All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 10-08-2007, 11:50 AM
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MP3 playback time

I am very curious to find out how much time does your battery last if you listen mp3's. Mine lasts just a day if I listen around 2 hours at maximum level (but still low, compared with N70's powerfull, crisp sound). The N70 lasted two days at the same volume level and playback time. How's on your E series device?
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Errr.... am I the only one who listens music on the phone?
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Errr.... am I the only one who listens music on the phone?
Well, listening music on an E-series phone being a real pain in the arse, I wouldn't be surprised if you were one of the very few who actually do it regularly.

I did try several times to use my E61 as an MP3 player but it was quite hopeless. Having to plug the pop-port adapter to the pop-port and then connect the headphones to the adapter is already a real pain. And you have to remember to take the bloody adapter with you and not loose it. Then you have to deal with the music player which won't win any awards in terms of ease of use or design and which doesn't recognize the tags of half the albums I fed it with. And ultimately, you'll have to give up listening to music altogether because the stupidly fragile pop-port will start to loose the connection randonly. Once you're there you'll be starting to be really pissed off because on top of not being able to listen to music, you won't be able to use the USB cable in any kind of reliable way either. Say goodbye to large file transfers and firmware updates.
 

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