I may be missing something in the explanation, but I don't believe
the installation of third-party apps is blocked. It isn't on DoCoMo's
comparable version of the handset, and somehow it seems implausible
to me that another provider would be more draconian.
I would think it will sync perfectly well with Macs if you use
MissingSync for Windows Mobile.
And I will vouch for the fact that (as someone who uses nothing other
than Mac OSX otherwise) Windows Mobile is a decent operating system.
("Micro$oft"? Please. Brings back memories of the "Internet
Exploiter" animated GIFs.)
I will refrain from commenting on the quality of Softbank's network,
and its pricing plans.
On 2006/11/08, at 11:06, Hugh Ashton wrote:
> On 08/11/2006 0:05, "Stuart Woodward" <stuartcw_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> The SoftBank X01HT looks really nice. It is even wifi capable.
>> What's the catch? :-)
> It uses a Micro$oft operating system?
> It's hacked so no third-party apps can be installed?
> It won't sync with Macintoshes?
> And as they say, it won't send MMS, so any non-SB messages have to go
> through an ISP (packet charges)
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