- The interface is easy to use and intuitive. I no longer spend ages looking for things, because the locations of apps and files are where I expect them to be.
- Wireless baby! I am no longer restricted to using Bluetooth and GPRS, because I can connect my phone to any wireless network, and use network and internet services without running up my phone bill.
- The camera takes lovely pictures
- Call quality is fantastic
- Media Player!!!
- Office compatibility
- Did I mention wireless?
- QWERTY keyboard. I was worried aout the slidey-outy keyboard, but it is sturdy and strong, and will be able to survive me for the 2 years that I will have this phone.
- Internet explorer! and MSN!
- Good screen size
The bad and the ugly:
- There doesn't seem to be an automatic picture download function. This is a bit of a bother, especially since my Nokia had this.
- I haven't been able to figure out how to exit most applications, so I frequently close my apps by using task manager
- Amazingly, one can only sync with one Exchange/MAPI profile. I was hoping ot be able to sync with both my home and work calendars, but this seems impossible.
- Setting custom ring tones are confusing, to say the least.
My requirements for a handset is simple: I want to make calls, receive calls, take pictures, listen to music, send email and have internet access. This phone meets those requirements, and has so much more to offer that will take me a fair while to discover. It feels like the logical step to take if one upgrades from an entry level non-Windows smart phone, rather than going to something bulky like the TYTN.