- Dec 7, 2004
- Toyota MR2 Mk1, Toyota MR2 Mk1 SC, Peugeot 309
andyhui01 said:Buba said:Yeah, when I tried the D900 the touch sensitive buttons were irritating, but I reckon you get used to it quickly...
I finally gave up Samsung after I bought my D500 about 1.5 years ago and I remember you telling after I bought the phone how it doesn't vibrate and ring at the same time, it pissed me off so bad I changed phones after 1 month :lol:
are current samsungs still the same?
Buba, the D900 doesn't have touch sensitive buttons (been considering this phone too, as my SE T610 is finally giving up life). My biggest issue with this phone is battery life, and that may be why I end up going back with Sony Ericsson.
Andy, some of the Samsungs now do Vibrate and ring. I believe the D900 does - I seem to recall reading about it somewhere. This would've been another issue for me otherwise as it seems I'm getting quite deaf to mobile phone ring tones!!!