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  1. #1
    stan
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    Apart from the multimedia features like clearer screens and camera, if you
    do a product compare at SE Website
    it appears that P900 is a better phone.
    Also a 1 Gig memory card will probably cost as much as the phone.

    Anyone has comments contrary to this?

    views please...thanks





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  2. #2

    Re: P910i versus P900


    On 1-Oct-2004, "stan" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Apart from the multimedia features like clearer screens and camera, if you
    >
    > do a product compare at SE Website
    > it appears that P900 is a better phone.
    > Also a 1 Gig memory card will probably cost as much as the phone.
    >
    > Anyone has comments contrary to this?
    >
    > views please...thanks


    How exactly is it better?
    I've had a P900 and now got a P910. The P910 has a much brighter screen,
    useful extra RAM. The keyboard is a bit of a gimmick but all in all it is
    better than the P900. Whether upgrading is worthwhile I'm not sure though.



  3. #3
    Nuke
    Guest

    Re: P910i versus P900

    <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > [clip] Whether upgrading is worthwhile I'm not sure though.


    Now that is honest and useful comment.
    I have a P900 now, and am kindo eager to upgrade to P910 - but the sensible
    part of me says that it's not worth the dough now.
    I have no real reason to upgrade (don't need 1 gig, screen is ok, don't use
    cam) - but then again I want the latest.
    Your comment is appreciated - I'll hold (for a while).





  4. #4

    Re: P910i versus P900


    On 1-Oct-2004, "Nuke" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > >
    > > [clip] Whether upgrading is worthwhile I'm not sure though.

    >
    > Now that is honest and useful comment.
    > I have a P900 now, and am kindo eager to upgrade to P910 - but the
    > sensible
    > part of me says that it's not worth the dough now.
    > I have no real reason to upgrade (don't need 1 gig, screen is ok, don't
    > use
    > cam) - but then again I want the latest.
    > Your comment is appreciated - I'll hold (for a while).


    I sold my P900 and a K700i which gave me nearly enough to buy (cost me £525)
    so wasn't really a problem for me and as an upgrade it is no way in the same
    league as p800 to p900. The extra RAM is very useful and the screen does
    look much clearer but all told the changes aren't really worth it I think. I
    doubt I will ever use the QWERTY keyboard which really seems the main
    hardware change. I think if you want to look at upgrading then you need to
    see it in the flesh as it is a bit different, flip is little deeper and the
    p900 keys look better I think.

    It is pretty cheap though, prices have dropped a heck of a lot quicker than
    the p900 did. I mean, I've seen it for £450 now. It's probabaly cheaper to
    buy than some places are selling the P800 for.



  5. #5
    user1
    Guest

    Re: P910i versus P900

    I went straight from the P800 to the P910i. A world of difference but can't
    comment on the P900 itself

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    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > On 1-Oct-2004, "Nuke" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> >
    >> > [clip] Whether upgrading is worthwhile I'm not sure though.

    >>
    >> Now that is honest and useful comment.
    >> I have a P900 now, and am kindo eager to upgrade to P910 - but the
    >> sensible
    >> part of me says that it's not worth the dough now.
    >> I have no real reason to upgrade (don't need 1 gig, screen is ok, don't
    >> use
    >> cam) - but then again I want the latest.
    >> Your comment is appreciated - I'll hold (for a while).

    >
    > I sold my P900 and a K700i which gave me nearly enough to buy (cost me
    > £525)
    > so wasn't really a problem for me and as an upgrade it is no way in the
    > same
    > league as p800 to p900. The extra RAM is very useful and the screen does
    > look much clearer but all told the changes aren't really worth it I think.
    > I
    > doubt I will ever use the QWERTY keyboard which really seems the main
    > hardware change. I think if you want to look at upgrading then you need to
    > see it in the flesh as it is a bit different, flip is little deeper and
    > the
    > p900 keys look better I think.
    >
    > It is pretty cheap though, prices have dropped a heck of a lot quicker
    > than
    > the p900 did. I mean, I've seen it for £450 now. It's probabaly cheaper to
    > buy than some places are selling the P800 for.






  6. #6
    Mikelats
    Guest

    Re: P910i versus P900

    Is the AvantGo application included on the CD-ROM the Beta version offered
    on AvantGo's site or is it the full version? Thanks.

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > On 1-Oct-2004, "stan" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Apart from the multimedia features like clearer screens and camera, if
    >> you
    >>
    >> do a product compare at SE Website
    >> it appears that P900 is a better phone.
    >> Also a 1 Gig memory card will probably cost as much as the phone.
    >>
    >> Anyone has comments contrary to this?
    >>
    >> views please...thanks

    >
    > How exactly is it better?
    > I've had a P900 and now got a P910. The P910 has a much brighter screen,
    > useful extra RAM. The keyboard is a bit of a gimmick but all in all it is
    > better than the P900. Whether upgrading is worthwhile I'm not sure though.






  7. #7
    Bernd
    Guest

    Re: P910i versus P900

    The P910i supports both Bluetooth Headset and BT Handsfree profile, the P900
    only supports Headset.
    So the P910 now works ok with Bluetooth carkits from all brands, even the
    build-in ones in BMW's etc.
    Bernd

    "stan" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    news:[email protected]
    > Apart from the multimedia features like clearer screens and camera, if you
    > do a product compare at SE Website
    > it appears that P900 is a better phone.
    > Also a 1 Gig memory card will probably cost as much as the phone.
    >
    > Anyone has comments contrary to this?
    >
    > views please...thanks
    >
    >






  8. #8
    michael turner
    Guest

    Re: P910i versus P900

    On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 19:09:25 +0200, Bernd wrote:

    > The P910i supports both Bluetooth Headset and BT Handsfree profile, the P900
    > only supports Headset.


    That's poor design ain't it ? The SE p900 not supporting the BT
    'handsfree' profile. Especially as just about every other BT enabled SE
    phone supports this profile, same with BT enabled Nokias.

    It would render the call-list screen feature of the SE HBH-200 headset
    useless when used with a p900.

    <snipped>

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    Michael Turner
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  9. #9
    Jean-Yves Avenard
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    Re: P910i versus P900

    Bernd wrote:

    > The P910i supports both Bluetooth Headset and BT Handsfree profile, the P900
    > only supports Headset.
    > So the P910 now works ok with Bluetooth carkits from all brands, even the
    > build-in ones in BMW's etc.
    > Bernd


    ???
    I've used my P900 in my car with the bluetooth car kit for over 1.5
    years (it also worked with the P800).
    So what do you mean that the P900 doesn't support BT Handsfree profile?

    Regards
    Jean-Yves



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