If haven’t used that many models of phones in the last couple of years. My first requirement is that a phone is durable as I have to use it for work. I don’t think the iPhone is a sturdy model. If I drop my Nokia it still works, I don’t think the Apple screen will survive such a treatment.
- Battery power
I need battery power because I don’t want to charge my phone every 3 hours. That’s why I have been using the boring and reliant models like Nokia 6110, 6310i and the 6630. Up to five hours of battery power (is that using the phone constantly?) is good.
- Size matters
The trend in phone is that they are getting smaller and lighter. The iPhone looks more like a big box to me.
I love the tablet PC like interface. From experience I can say that it not as effective as the normal keypad.
A price of $600 is way to steep.
No, I think I will stick with my real phones.