Summary: After a short while, the touchscreen became out of sync! To get to settings, I had to tap much higher. The 1st time this happened, I thought that it might have been fixed. Now I cannot do anything with it! Not even delete the phonebook, no access to resetting the phone to factory settings.
Summary: I wanted a new phone with a decent camera to enable me to stop carrying my camer and phone about. The phone started off working ok and the software supplied worked but was Flaky on Vista - within days of getting the phone I noticed that battery life was nowhere near that advertised.
Summary: Being due for an upgrade from a Nokia N82 (great phone poor keyboard) I was talked into the Samsung M8800, first impression was that the phone was not logical in operation and required more button pushes (on screen) than the Nokia to get where I wanted with the phone, I put this down to not being...
Summary: Being a Nokia fan but also having owned several Samsungs in the past, I decided to upgrade to the Pixon from my old N95. My past Samsungs were a mixed bag - the D500 was excellent in it's time and almost flawless - whereas the U600 and G600 were deeply flawed from the outset.
Summary: A good camera on a phone I've always found handy so I thought I'd give the Pixon a go. My first experience of a touch phone. It's been a few months now and my initial hatred of the phone isn't residing much. Arghhhhhh!
Summary: This phone is the direct rival to the LG Renoir. I am lucky enough to have both and i am afraid to say it doesn't look good for the Pixon The Good: Very easy and simple to use and is definately more user friendly than the LG Renoir. The interface is simple, especially with the camera.