05-29-2012 08:40:04 PM
Dear AT&T, I plan to upgrade my unlocked dell venue pro when Apollo come out, but I also waiting for the a Windows phone from Samsung or Nokia that has a side slider keyboard. I have been asking sence Windows phone has come to have some phones with a Slide-out QWERTY-type keyboard, and on that it has to be side slider, not vertical slider. I got big shaky hands and touch screen dose not do it for me.
Why dont you ask Samsung to make a windows phone version of the Samsung Captivate Glide, thats all I want. And if Samsung cant do it get Nokia to. I hear Nokia is making a Apollo phone for sprint with a keyboard. Look all I want I a high end windows phone with a keyboard. So please help me and people like me out. Why dont you guys make a Windows Phone line of phoones that are like the verizon droid line. High end Slider phones. And if your going to do it make sure its from Samsung or Nokia, NOT LG, and not some unknown brand, its gotta be eather samsung or nokia. If it comes down to you not offering a phone like this Im going to have to spend alot of money on anuther unlocked phone. Id rather have a branded AT&T phone. So please help me out AT&T, thank you.
P.S. Samsung really did alot for windows phone so I'd be happiest if you went with them, they make amazing prodects besides phones as well.
05-31-2012 07:48:15 PM
Apollo is supposed to support SD cards and multi core processors, that is what I am waiting for. But I am more interested in Nokias, since they seem willing the make devices that don't look like every other phone on the market.
05-31-2012 10:06:19 PM
Well they allready have made some Windows phones with keyboards. I just want more to choose from with that option, I want that really badly. And I know Im not alone.
06-06-2012 04:10:50 PM
There were only 3 wp7 devices with a keyboard
1 Dell Venue Pro (Dell no slonger supports)
2. LG Quantum (Ugly phone that should have never existed)
3. HTC Arrive (Very good keyboard but on Sprint's crappy network)
Microsoft set the chassis for manufacturers and it is up to the manufacturers to decide what they want to put in their phone.