I wouldnt touch anything with windows mobile on it, its bollocks, slow and crashes. Symbian is the one .. The storm is a little slower than I was hoping for, but its other features redeem that somewhat, the question is,.. is it enough, and will it let me down , in that say, I can call up a number whilst on the go for example, or store a spoken number whilst in a call, then dial it ,... that sort of stuff .
HTC make ok hardware, a lot of the big players badge it, like Orange, but because of the o/s , the few I've tried were a let down, and blue tooth implementation patchy to say the least.
The Storms touch and press screen is actually great for someone who is active, and stops false presses by needing a dual action to initiate a command, so I've read of some who complain about this type of screen but for me its actually a damn good plus
Also, web browsing is a treat, for once , this is not a fiddly viewing experience like any other mobile ive had N95 included, its big screen has an excellent cursor system where you use your finger just like a mouse and then press to click an object,.. that has transformed web surfing for a phone
and something I've never read yet in any review !
That said it wont take a click instruction a couple of times which is annoying sometimes, although rarely, I think its the software trying to decide which sector your finger is on that causes that.