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  # 342435 16-Jun-2010 19:53
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#fanboy comment:

Upgrade to an iPhone and stick your XT SIM in it!




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  # 342438 16-Jun-2010 20:03
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munchkin: #fanboy comment:

Upgrade to an iPhone and stick your XT SIM in it!

Wink I was tempted - but then reality set in. Anyway, I returned the POS Satio to the Telecom shop and walked out with a Nokia E72 - it's like wearing an old comfortable t-shirt. What was I thinking...

No more Sony Ericsson rubbish for me. 

 
 
 
 


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  # 342442 16-Jun-2010 20:20
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I had one of these and it worked great until I put a 16Gb micro sd card and filled it with music, played up a bit mainly freezing. Did a check and found there was new firmware as well as a software upgrade for the S60 operating system. Went to store, sent it to Telegistics, came back a week later wayyy better. No lockups and faster and smoother throught the menus ( when reading music / data / video from cd card was very slow)

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  # 344236 22-Jun-2010 17:11
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Indio:
munchkin: #fanboy comment:

Upgrade to an iPhone and stick your XT SIM in it!

Wink I was tempted - but then reality set in. Anyway, I returned the POS Satio to the Telecom shop and walked out with a Nokia E72 - it's like wearing an old comfortable t-shirt. What was I thinking...

No more Sony Ericsson rubbish for me. 


Just a quick question - You have demonstrated a reasonable knowledge of Mobile OS and PC Sync integration, did you apply this knowledge when you made the conscious choice to buy a Satio over an E72?

I guess an important point to consider is that you chose the Satio. Having used an E75 myself, I would think hard before choosing a Satio over an E72.

BTW, iPhone iOS4 on XT is sweet!

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