Only rumoured ATM, AFAIK nothing concrete yet but the iPhone coming to Orange was also rumoured for November and that seems to be panning out.Orly ?
Wheres your proof >
Errrm no. More RAM allows more multi tasking, the processor determines OS speed.curve is much better than the bold, more RAM = faster OS usage, better camera, nicer screen, lighter, thinnner, amazing battery life by comparison
Only rumoured ATM, AFAIK nothing concrete yet but the iPhone coming to Orange was also rumoured for November and that seems to be panning out.
Errrm no. More RAM allows more multi tasking, the processor determines OS speed.
Bold's 624MHz > Curve's 512MHz
The additional RAM of the Curve is helpful though as it allows you to have multiple background apps running without as much slow down and the Bold could do with this badly as 128Mb is not enough.
Battery life is neither here nor there now that the latest Bold OS updates allow you to disable 3G, if you are that way inclined. Plus no smartphone has decent battery life anyway...unless you just have it running with nothing in the background and never use it lol.
Both phones are good but my personal preference, having tried both, is the Bold. So I bought one.
Bold 2 on release however will destroy anything else in the range.
"It's not a computer" SERIOUSLY? How do you think it runs an operating system? Magic? Technically it's not a PC but it runs using the same basic technology. Motherboard - check. Processor - check. Harddrive (albeit solid state) - check. RAM - check. Operating system - check. Shall I go on?it's not a computer mate. the curve operates much faster than the bold, i used both for months, but i guess you know best...lol
believe me, the number of bolds we've sent back because of s**t batterys is unreal. curves just last ages no matter how many things you have open at once. can't praise it enough, think you made the right choice.