Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 8th May 2006 21:25 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless was very kind to send us over a Symbian/UIQ 3G smartphone for the purposes of this article, the Motorola M1000 (currently $290). This specific model originally was only sold in Japan as a "world phone" since last July, meaning that it can work both in Japan and in the rest of the GSM world. We tested the operating system, its usability and the phone itself with the Cingular network in the Bay Area. Many screenshots and pictures included.
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RE: I find it amazing
by mkools on Tue 9th May 2006 07:51 UTC in reply to "I find it amazing"
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Not amazing at all, My Windows Mobile 2003 crashes more often than not.
If it's running for a week it gets slow and eventually it freezes and I need to remove the battery and reboot it to get it up and running again.
Also the booting up takes about 1 minute.

Stabilty is a very important issue for me, also with SP's so I bought my lost phone with Windows Mobile.
Didn't like the OS anyway even if it was stable.

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