Overall its a pretty good pocket pc but other phones out there are better
13 October 2008
Excerpt: O2 XDA Exec Mini s (HTC Wizard) I have had this phone now for 12 months on a contract with O2. The phone is a slide design with pullout keyboard keeping in line with the majority of designs of the traditional PDA phone look. The size is not bad with the dimensions being approximately L x W x D 108 x 58 x 23 mm. It does however appear a bit on the "chunky" due to the slide out keyboard.
Excerpt: Hi all Iam EMADi get a new mobile phone ( o2 xda mini ) from Germany with Germany language . but i dont know this language . i want to change this language to English language . Please inform me how can i make this change.
If you need to access and edit office docs on the move, this is one for you.
17 September 2006
Excerpt: I got the O2 Mini XDA II s mobile phone for a bargain price off O2's website - £49.99 @ £19/month for 12 months. There is NO way it can be had at a lower price. So that is one up for this PDA phone. The performance of this phone is so slow, and it just freezes. Sometimes I feel like smashing it. But of course the correct solution is to hit the reset button, which is not ideal. Which brings me to the next point.
the important bit for me is that its easy to use and the battery last forever
4 October 2005
Excerpt: Ok this is my first review so if its a bit confusing I'll say sorry now, I'll give it my best. OK here we go. Well the XDA 2 it really is a great piece of work. First of I'll give you a list of the ins and outs. 1) It has a huge screen which pretty much takes up the whole phone. 2) There is no keypad for you to get your fingers round. 3) It is all touch screen that also comes along with a small pen type that just slots into the top of the phone.
Get more software for your XDA2 to make the most of its potential
20 July 2005
Excerpt: I got my XDA II a few months ago now, before the XDAIIi and XDAIIs came out. In short I'm very happy with my purchase, not only does it do all the cool phone functions I want but It also does a load of really cool pocket PC stuff. So here's Tom's list of fun things to do with an XDAII: Firstly try out http://www.handango.com, you can download a bunch of cool games and software straight away and pay online. I got Age of Empires and Sim City there.
Excerpt: Bought one a couple of months ago. Fully loaded - well happy, use it as a mobile office as well as a SAT NAV having loaded Tomtom Navigator 3 onto it. Its got the lot - email, internet access, Word, Excel, PDF viewer, a decent digital camera and obviously its a phone! Only thing missing is wireless LAN but the Active Syn is adequate for file exchange. I went for the buy it for £130 and go on an O2 200 package (£30 a month for 12 months).