I do. I've never had another smart phone I liked half so much. I liked the size and shape, I liked the aesthetics, I freaking loved that qwerty keyboard. I just loved it.
I still have it. I want a newer, smarter version. One with better graphics, better icons--stepped forward to compete with the iphone, androids, etc.
And that version should be the q10. But what just doesn't work for me is the size. That thing's nearly the same size as my old HTC. And that sucker was a brick. The main reason I moved away from the HTC to the phone (4)--was size! But that damn virtual keyboard—and the fat-fingering. The iphone was smaller, easier for me to live with. I'm petite; the larger the phone, the less I'm able to handle it (literally). It's cumbersome and difficult to hold and use one-handed. The HTC didn't fit in my pockets. Women's pants suffer from asinine pockets that are ridiculously and insultingly small and non-functional. That HTC was like jamming an old-school scientific calculator down my pants.
Is that a current smart phone in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? Or are you growing a small, multi-story housing unit in your pants?
In this light, how will the Q10 be any better? I don't want the sled-sized body that it comes with. Dudes, you got it good. Enjoy your man-sized, useful pockets and your large mitts. I guess I could use my Q10 to enjoy the slopes. Look out below! ROSEBUD!
There's a famous poem by Bashō:
Even in Kyōto—
hearing the cuckoo's cry—
I long for Kyōto
I feel that way about my old 8900.
Even with iPhone—
small beauty, aesthetic ease—
I long for BB
Not quiiite right, but you get the gist.
#1st world pain