Batteries seem to have been a problem with Nokai uber phones for a while.
my N73 drains batteries quicker than 'el-reg' journo's down pints of the amber nectar!
seems things havent moved on?
when are we to see a real phone that really impresses?
having had a mobile phone since the Sony mars bar phone, i remember the days when call costs where 37p a minute on top your monthly rental.......
there have been a few good nokias over the years, the matrix phone, the subsequent "corporate phone" and the 6210 etc, even a few nice panasonics, sonys and motos.
but nothin any more really wow's me?
the fact the same phone is rolled out every 4 months with a new colour or slightly increased storage or some such, even touch screens, internet or gps (so now someone always know where i am - why ot just chip me).
did i forgot to mention that the N73 ... used the fancy features such as web, slingplayer, maps etc and most of it is still way to slow and clunky for an real use even on 3G.
when can i get hotmail, gmail and yahoo all on the sam phone withou MS mobile $%£
af for the iphone, as with all their products, someone has designed a nice looking box to wrap, and some stlyish lookign gui but functioality it closed and locked down and its slow?
so whats the real deal, wahts gonna float my boat?
whats the real paradigm shift?
will teh atom or mighty google acutally produce anything i want to buy?
yes, i will in the interim upgrade to another dull unispiring insipid phone, ultiamlt the cost is the same whether i do or dont, so there for i do!?
did i mention the toss around DVB-H..... hows that going to work - you try getting a normal dvb set tip box to wrk in half of london and its pants, tey and get to work on the move on london transport? ha! or is it another manyana ? (obviosuly if i wanted to watch dvb at home i would put on my 42" tv - not my 3" phone? with the analogue switch off the service will be great? in which case dvb phones are useless untill 2012? (by which time acording to the mayans we will all be dead)