AFAIK, all the phones use AGPS, where the 3G signal assists the GPS in obtaining a fix. with the Android phones, you can turn off data roaming so you don't get sting for charges.good thread..I will be watching with interest...I have a 3g iphone and still waiting for stock for the 4
interested to know what else is around....as far as i can tell the desire requires a micro sd card?
my last smart phone before the iphone had a co-pilot and gps..miss that on the iphone
do the new batch have satnav that dont rely on 3g....as i need this when abroad
Personally, I would go for an android phone rather than a Windows phone as there are loads of apps/games available.I was going to be asking a Q about HTC phones, so I might as well ask on this thread - hope you don't mind.
I am looking at getting elder Noodlette a new phone for her birthday and liked the look of the HTC HD mini. Anyone know the phone or have one able to let me know if that would be a good choice for a teenager who will be using it for texts and internet.
The Wildfire has the Older 528MHz processor as opposed to the 1GHz Snapdragon processor that the Desire has. That might become an issue a few months down the line when Android 2.2 is released and associated apps are produced that rely on greater processing power.Can't really afford the Desire, but found HTC Wildfire which looks good...and it's android not windows as mentioned earlier.