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Yes, the OS does matter, I can't tell even what the model is from that crap image.I have never said it was the only requirement, but it was one of the requirements that iPhone OS 1.x was missing.In 2007 there were Sybmian based phones that had native email, GPS, Maps, web browser (plus WAP if you were sad enough to use that), WiFi, user installable native apps (actually S60 had that from the start), they were smartphones
Oh dear indeed. I think you have dug yourself a little hole and don't know how to get out of it.The iPhone 1 was a smartphone, but only after iPhone OS 2.0 was released, remember you could update your iPhone when the new version of the OS came out...
What OS was it running? Also, java or native apps?
What are you going on about, I quote you sayingI replied saying your definition contradicted itself, I even said the first link in your definition, is that no enough info for you?
Like I said in the other posts, there was no support for user installable apps.Also, you guys have to get all your stories sorted, the other guys are saying Smartphones around in 2007 weren't really smartphones, but they supported everything in your list, and more
You mean like how the AI crowd decided all other phones weren't a smartphone as they didn't have a touch screen?
So you are saying that every feature phone Nokia, or Motorola sold in 2007 were a smartphone as they all had an OS? Good lad, it is important at AI to change the rules as you go along...Just realised your link was Wikipedia. Go to the first reference off your page, you get thishttp://www.phonescoop.com/glossary/term.php?gid=131to which we get thisSo your definition is invalid
Again, who said anything about RIM or Win-Phones, I said iPhone OS 1 wasn't a smartphone OS
Who said anything about MS Smartphones, the ones that were available at the time were crap, nothing like the ones they sell now
Fools? It took almost a year before Apple would allow you to install an application on your "smartphone", now, we refused to call it a smartphone because it wasn't. iPhone OS 2 was closer to being a smartphone OS
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