I currently hold a Samsung mobile phone that runs Windows 6.1 mobile.
I have more than 1 thousand Outlook contacts & a hundred over SMS messages
that I hope to port over to my new mobile PDA phone.
Due to budget as currently these 2 models came bundled with my
plan at a very good price & I need PDA that has offers both stylus
plus touchscreen, I'm limited to Motorola Dext & Omnia II :
Need views / comparisons.
My requirements :
a) MUST be able to sync/copy old Contacts & preferably my SMS/messages from
my existing Samsung PDA over
b) preferably be able to copy calendar ToDo / reminders
c) my current PDA has SMS/message blocker (or firewall) freeware app, so the
next PDA (running Android or whatever) MUST have freeware tt enables me
to block messages/SMS from certain tel numbers & ideally SMS/messages
that contain certain text (such as "CPU idle", "service resumed") as I get
something like 20-35 irrelevant SMS/messages from the computer systems
that I support & would like to be able filter them off (such messages go
straight to "delete"/wastebasket folder & no ring / alert sound shd be heard).
Preferably I shd be able to download free Calls Blocker. So part of the
assessment is the Net out there has these freeware apps to download
My comparison criteria are :
d) which of the two has better screen responsiveness or touch sensitivity: in the
very first version of HTC, I found that I sometimes need to touch a couple of times
e) copy/cut/paste from one app to another : eg: between Contacts, Messages,
browser. In the very 1st version of HTC, I can't do copy/paste between
most app (even from an SMS message's tel field to the body)
f) clarity of voice as I work in a noisy computer centre
g) not essential but the quality of still photo & video capture (& the sound captured)
h) not essential but the speed of Internet browsing
i) quality of movies (occasional watch movies on the Net
Heard that Omnia II comes built-in with 8GB of memory, would this help speed up
the performance of PDA esp for points (h) & (i) ?
j) heard 4G is coming out soon, so (not essential) would be nice if 4G support is
available (or ease of upgrade path) : let me know which of the two fits better