Who cares about what type of battery they take, if they can't last long enough for our kind of usage (or for at least my kind of use), then a phone with GPS is worthless because I don't want to stop to charge it every 4-5 hours or keep it continuously plugged in to a charging unit to keep it working. Further more, if the bugger dies, then I have no way to communicate with anyone or option to capture photographs.a. Phones will suck at all jingbang items for some time to come. Consider this - a GPS takes 2X2500 mAH and THEN runs some 24-28hours. On a phone that does hajaar other stuff, it has a battery of ~1000 mah only. kya khaak chalega.
Spontaneity yes, however Canon SD series might suit you better in that scenario as they are small and light enough to be carried everywhere and still have fantastic optics.b. That's okay. My funda is exact reverse. I love the cell cam for the spontaneity it offers, and ease of use. The FZ7 fell into major disuse soon after, though occasionally I do use it while riding to office and to click something interesting!
Sir-ji, here's the story. It was evening and I wanted to reach home after a tiring day. It was raining heavily. I forgot to carry any rain gear that day and with the passing of each minute was loosing patience. Finally I put my lappy and the phones in the backpack after wrapping them with a towel and rode off. The backpack I was using then was imported and capable of handling light rain. However that day it was thundershower and when I reached home after 45 minutes, my lappy and the phones were floating in a mini pool inside the backpack, all of them dead. I managed to dry the lappy in sunlight over the next couple of days and was able to hand it over to the HP guyz with a very innocent face and get it fixed free of cost (LCD and MotherBoard was bust, so you can say I managed to save nearly 10K with my innocent face). However all the phones were dead and is still dead till date. Story achchha laga?? What should be the morale of the story???This would make for an interesting real-life story!
Further, it would help others in avoiding such gross stupidity!
Yes I was. That time I was opening a new office and did not have any landline. During market hours a stock broker needs to have many lines. I had the Sony and Nokia already, bought that samsung one just to handle load. Infact I really loved that one as it's the sleekest phone and very cheap too.Do you mean to say you were using three cellphones together? Interesting!