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Review GSM-phone Siemens SX1. Can a Siemens class smartphone replace Pocket PC?
Since I am the editor of Pocket PC section on this web-site, I got interested in Siemens SX1’s possible alternative to Pocket PC. I wanted to see how it can work against the duo of Pocket PC and Mobile phone, here is what turned out.
Palm (from now on it’s PalmOne) was making researches during the development of Tungsten T, according to which only 20% of users are inputting the information into device, the other 80% are just reading it. What we got in result is an original design of the device, that features tuck away location for hand-written text entry – Graffiti, and rather small size. A smartphone is a logical mix of Pocket PC and phone’s functions. Standard Pocket PC functions were fulfilled with the following ones: e-mail, web-surfing, internet paging. It’s clear that with the addition of such applications the need of speedy information input got increased, the 20% are not the same anymore. The input methods can be divided into several ways according to the text input’s speed:
The keys location on this smartphone is unique and untraditional. You have to get used to it before using it, and even relearn. Text input speed increases after some trainings, but is still worse than using a “normal” mobile phone keypad. To make a conclusion I will say the following: smartphone can not be counted as the replacement of Pocket PC + cellular phone duo (this affects Nokia 6600 less). Siemens SX1 is up state if you need to view information: surf Internet-page, read e-mail with attachments. But once you try to answer several posts on the forum, or an e-mail, not to mention the ICQ – one thing gets clear for sure: there is a certain limitation in the text input speed by digital keypads. You should understand that this device will not fully replace Pocket PC before buying it.
Published 13 February 2004
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