Which is your cell phone and what is the feature you like the most in it?

February 18, 2010 9:20am CST
My cell phone is the Nokia N73 Music Edition.The feature I liked the most in my cell phone is the camera.It's got pretty good quality pictures.The user interface is also beautiful.Now when I look at the other phones I don't like it as much as I like this one.Maybe it's the OS Symbian 60 v3 which gives it the good clarity interface.But I am disappointed with the speed of operation of the phone.It navigates really slow sometimes and drives me crazy. When I try to open the camera to get some quick pictures,by the time the camera opens up and comes operational the pictures of the scenes which we meant to take would have gone. What is the feature you like or dislike in your phone?
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@raynejasper (2326)
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
Hi.. my mobile is very simple.. I love it because it has a very long battery life and very good signal.. it has never failed me.. Though I want to buy another mobile that a a videocam so that I can have a very handy cam anywhere I go.. however, I'm still working on the budget since I'd like to have something that will last long..
@sk66rc (4261)
• United States
23 Feb 10
I have blackberry 9700. I don't play games or listen to music on my phone. As far as the speed of internet connection, it's pretty fast. I have t-mobile as carrier & their service isn't bad. Camera on this phone is 3.2mp so it gets pretty decent pictures. I keep basic softwares on my phone so I can't really say much about all the other applications. Outside of what the phone comes with, I only added 1 other app to it, called poynt. I travel a lot for work so I like the gps option on it. Unlike some other phones, blackberry has "push" email server so I don't have to take extra steps to check my emails. Also has document readers have served me well. I can load spread sheets on to the memory card & open it on the road up if I have to. It takes upto 16gig memory card. I 8gig memory card in it. I can link my phone to the computer & use it as "portable hard-drive" if I have to, granted it's only 8gig but it's plenty of memory for what I use.