Interesting... Any suggestions?
That smaller, Radar one seems worth a look. I've not been impressed with Android, and iPhones are horribly overpriced - although the 4S is £100 cheaper than the 4 was yesterday...
I want to replace Android. I don't really like it as a phone, and the basic functions are poor to mediocre. To be fair, at least I'm able to replace them with something better. But should I really have to download an app to make the basics work properly?
It's a bugger to find anything in the Android Market - Apple's App Store's not much better. I've got loads of apps on my iPad, but I don't really want/use them on a phone anyway - the only non-phone app that I regularly use is WiFi Analyser.
I want a smallish mobile, not a 4"+ screen. iPhone 3GS is logical, as I've got an iPad, but I resent being charged £320, for a 2 1/2 year old model! That should be priced around the £150 mark now, to match the budget Android phones - anything else is a piss take.
So are there any haters of Windows mobile who've actually used it? Mostly I've seen good comments, and decent reviews, and spewings of bile from people who still hate Microsoft - even though their time might be better spent loathing Facebook, (probably) Google, and (maybe) Apple.
So any sensible negatives - or things to watch out for on WinMo7? I need Exchange via a proxy (something else Android seems to need a special app to achieve), a nice address book for 3,000 work contacts, and it would be nice if it would also separate my personal contacts and let me have a personal email account as well. Did I read somewhere that you could set up a personal and a work home screen - and set them to be default at different times? Or was that WebOS?
Oh yes, and it has to work as a phone.