"powerful but not so convenient"3.0 starson by Shery P
Pros: windows, applications, camera, email, calendar sync
Cons: small operating buttons, extrememly hard to read in bright light, tiny icons for touch screen, needs to reboot a lot
Summary: I've been using this thing for about a year. I call the first person on my contact list a lot because the way to get to a contact is by touching a microscopic alpha button or scrolling. Scrolling doesn't work easily, it zips from a-z in a blink. I don't like having to use the stylus for every little thing because the buttons are too small for fingernails.
It is often hard to answer the phone (this is a phone, remember) because the buttons don't respond easily. The on-screen button seldom does and it is tiny anyway.
What irritates me most is that it has to re-boot a lot. I got rid of my friendlier Treo because of it and this one does too.
The push-to-talk (PTT) is a really useless and annoying button that is just where you hold the phone, so it pops up all the time and you can't disable it.
Looking at the touch screen seems to be all it takes to launch some application. So when I want to use the phone (!!) I have to close off a couple of bogus applications I don't want to use.
I love having my outlook on the phone. It synch great with mobile 6 and navigating the file system is easy as well. It doesn't automatically synch the notes, but maybe that's a plus, since I keep a lot of stuff on the computer I don't need on the phone.,
All in all...When the iPhone gets upgraded to 3g and will synch and collect my outlook email, I'm gone.