View Poll Results: what is,in your opinion, most impartant in a smartphone?

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  • color

    1 33.33%
  • memory

    0 0%
  • palm based

    0 0%
  • pocket pc based

    1 33.33%
  • data speed

    0 0%
  • physical size

    1 33.33%
  • keyboard attached

    0 0%
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  1. #1
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    what are u looking for in a smartphone?

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    Im just a wolf in a lamb disguise

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    What would make you change?

    sphere,

    You mentioned that you've been with the 6035 for 1.5 years. There are a lot of new phones coming out. What would make you move to a new one?
    Mike - Been Converged?

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    sorry for the late post

    well, i kinda layed my eyes on the new 7135,
    it has all the features im looking for in a cell phone:
    color screen,small size,expansion card,mp3,better memory size, and some other small but important stuff.
    im hopping my cell company will agree to make a trade for my 6035,
    if not, then im in trouble...
    Im just a wolf in a lamb disguise

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    Linux/BSD + phone...

    Just imagine...perl or bash scripting, network sniffing, pre-emptive multitasking, PDA features, plus cell phone in one. I wrote an email to Kyocera suggesting that their next phone run Linux (like the Sharp Zaurus) instead of Palm...

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    Linux/BSD + phone...

    Just imagine...perl or bash scripting, network sniffing, pre-emptive multitasking, PDA features, plus cell phone in one. I wrote an email to Kyocera suggesting that their next phone run Linux (like the Sharp Zaurus) instead of Palm...

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