What do you think of Sony Ericsson Xperia ray or arc?
use after use, and practicing will make this blacberry easy to use. i have blackberry curve last year.. good use generally for calls and texting.The fact that everybody has a blackberry is enough for me to hate it. I too have one but it was not my choice. It has a brilliant design (physical, packaging and look and feel) to it (must admit, the best ive seen), but its not easy to use. So it sucks. I got a $10 Nokia aswell which I want to use and chuck the BB away. Its rugged, easy to use, and can call and SMS.
yeah, come on man...change to android...u'll love it...I use N8, Like the phone a lot. Small and handy, Super Camera 12mp etc
2 dislikes :
the Wlan drops, needs to be reconnected manually all the time.
Symbian is dying. My next phone must have android.
yeah...especially google has recently bought motorola mobility for 12.5b...and expect the next nexus phone (nexus 4) will be made by motorola...(not the one coming out next month, which is nexus prime...made by samsung)....hey, Motorola is rolling out all androids right? and the software will still be avail in other phones right?
why got galaxy s when s2 is available? if u think gs is slim and great, u will be amazed with s2...
What's the name of the app?Didn't want to start a topic about it so I guess I'll ask around here. I just saw a commercial on tv where they say you just have to send a sms and you'll get this app that will let you track anyone's position through gps at any time. I thought this can't be real. Then I googled it and read some crazy articles (in Dutch so no point posting them here) where they say anyone can easely download spy software from the internet and basicly listen to all your conversations, listen what you're doing even when you're not using your cell phone, read your messages, ...
Is this shit real? Anything you can do to protect yourself?