"a lot of us need actual hardware buttons on the face, a d-pad, and hardware keyboards. we're not interested in updating our fb status, doing whatever you're supposed to do with xbox live on your phone, and looking at pictures.
i need something more functional/efficient so that i don't need to flick through a dozen menus to send out a text/email. if i'm listening to music, i'd like to be able to change tracks/volume without having to take the phone out of my pocket and flick the screen. ideally, take the sprint mogul and update it for the new decade. hopefully, since this is windows 7 series, you'll have a "pro" version.
please, please don't forget the business/power user!"
I agree with most criticism expressed in this forum. I want a good browser compatible with many web technologies as possible, and then, I will use that browser (via an Internet shorcut to Facebook cleverly placed on the screen) for updating my Facebook profile, transfer funds from my bank account (via the java app that my bank uses for authentication), use Flash apps that run on lots of pages, read the newspaper with animations included, connect to the remote workplace and execute its Activex apps, read ebooks and write documents and do tons more of things.