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COMPARISON: How does the Samsung SGH-i320 compares to the Motorola Q
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 14.02.06 - 12:24:54 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 45222x
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I got a couple of E-Mails from you guys where most of you asked regarding the comparison between the lately announced Samsung SGH-i320 and the Motorola Q and here we go with some impressive (I think) shots between both devices which should gives you an even better overview how small the i320 is, while I wouldn't say at all that the Motorola Q is huge but it's interesting to see how small you can go:


And here a complete comparison between all "Windows Messaging" devices, available (or announced) so far:

So what do you say after you have seen the direct comparison?

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by Don Araldi on 16.02.06 - 20:48:25

The photo comparison is terrific.  As a result you can expect a lot of feedback based on how these devices look.  My personal taste runs toward the Motorla Q primarily because of the keyboard design.  I am a business user who types numerous and often lengthy e-mails on my device.  I have tried the Treo, and while I applaud the design attempt, I believe that the keyboard is too crowded (tightly packed).  The HP device is terrific for typing.  In return you have to accept a bit more width.

What Motorla has done with the Q is to give the keys a diagonal slant which allows for both a narrower body than the HP and a better typing experience than the Treo.  I think that one of the advantages RIM has had over Windows Mobile devices is that a BlackBerry with a full keyboard is much easier to do serious typing on.  Now, with the advant of a push technology from MS along with better designs from PDA manufacturers, perhaps we can see MS take some serious market share away from RIM.

At my office we use Blackberries.  Try as I did to sway opinions, the majority of our staff was not pleased with typing on a Windows Mobile device.  Now I see light at the end of tunnel.  Assuming that is that the Motorola Q ever sees the light of day.  I hope it does.

Posted by HMan on 18.02.06 - 01:21:28

Well, to be honest I like the Samsung better, because its smaller and lighter...exactly what I#ve always been looking for in a smart phone...

Posted by krish on 25.05.06 - 14:23:58

Whats the matter with these manufactureres. If these devices are targeted towards business users, I need Bluetooth and Wi-Fi minimum along with GPRS. In this day and age..I would consier these connectivity options to be minimal and would be willing to sacrifice the camera

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