ziggies, on Aug 3 2007, 12:22, said:
I've had a number of phones over the years, (and like you) --- it's a killer combo of things phone
I also wish it had Wi-Fi and a better camera ------ the mem card is also in a hard to remove place.
I like it better than my BJ, I guess i'm a flip-phone nut.
Yeah, the Blackjack came out about a couple of months after I grabbed one of the first 3125. And the latest Palm Treo a little while after THAT.
(Note to AT&T: Why in the #$@!!! does it take you up to a year to clear a phone on your network?!?!?!? GEEZ!!! Repeat after me: the iPhone is crap. The iPhone is crap.)
And, in its present form, the iPhone IS crap. But I digress.
If my old phone didn't expire for a couple of more months, I would had been a BJ owner, also. But some of the internals in the 3125 is superior to the BJ, so I'm not complaining. It's funny, but I totally forgot about the mem card. I bought one a week after I got the phone and except when I upgraded the ROM a couple of months ago, never took it out. But, you're right. It is a pain in the ass to get to.
Wi-Fi...well, I prefer the 3G. There are not much WiFi spots around here, and I do not have my personal WiFi hooked up yet. 3G in tri-mode would be perfect.
And as for the camera, the phones that the carriers push on us here in the USA are just #%@! retarded as far as the camera is concerned. I would like to find the people that decide which phones to push on us (not just on the camera issue, but ALL issues), and, as Eric Cartman would say, "KICK 'EM SQUARE IN THE NUTS!!!"
And that also goes for the team that developed that birth defect they call an iPhone.
Jesus...but again, I digress.
Here's is the ultimate for me: Windows Mobile, flip form factor, tri-band 3G, quad GSM, TWO cameras for video conferencing, (one in the order of 3 to 5 megapixels), mem slot that is easily accessible, a nice big ROM (like 256 megs, at least) to load in your 3rd party software and stuff, about 125 megs of RAM and a nice display. Something better than QVGA, like OLED or something. Whatever. Oh, and the battery life has be damn good.
But, after seeing the current and future crop of phones to come, I doubt I'll see that. The exception being the HTC Kaiser. Hope I can afford it, when it comes out.