Pictures are noticeably sharper than you get with the Trophy, and colours tend to be a bit richer, if occasionally a little over saturated. Distressingly, there seems to be a bit of a delay issue with the camera taking the picture a second or so after the shutter sounds – you think you’ve taken the pic, your subject begins to move, and you end up with a blurred shot.
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the same reason as the overinflated Kinect love.
the $1bn advertising budget (AKA bung budget) that Microsoft set aside to win the press over on WinMo7 and Kinect.
8GB for a music phone?
8GB non-expandable for a "high end" music phone? Which also has a GPS and takes snaps at 8MP?
With this "limitation" an 80% rating?
Are you sure that was Splenda that sweetened the morning espresso to make it feel like "freedom in a cup"?
I got the 16GB Mozart back in October (T-Mobile branded). It looks like the memory size is down to the carrier.
On the T-Mobile Mozart, I got the Navigon Select (the same that T-Mobile/Deutsche Telekom have been offering with the iPhone since the 3G came out).
I haven't seen any tearing, but it does sometimes stutters when playing the new mail tone, when in stand-by mode.
The sound quality is well above that of my iPhone 3GS and I much prefer using the htc 7 Mozart to my iPhone - the iPhone with iOS 4 is a pig, WP7 reminds me of what attracted me to the iPhone in the first place. I find the tile interface refreshing and easy to use.
It is very sensitive to poor signal. When I am in the cellar, it eats the battery at about twice the rate of the iPhone, but if I leave them in the kitchen, they both decrease at about the same rate - I usually get about a day and a half out of the batteries on both devices, unless I play a lot of games.
I tried a few Android devices, including the Desire, but they never really appealed to me.