The predictive text, which usually works really well, reckons if you press 752737, the most likely word you want is slaves. I always want plates.
So if I’m not careful to change it (using * ), my message could end up saying something like Could you bring some slaves to the picnic?
Without wanting to make too many assumptions, are there many people out there who would be more likely to be texting about slaves than plates?
Other than that the N95 is good. The camera is fantastic — it’s actually slightly more megapixels than my old Canon A70 camera, though the quality isn’t as good, especially in low-light situations.
I love that it has Wifi so I can check my email at home for free without even turning a computer on, or on-the-go via the airwaves, though I confess I haven’t figured out yet how to send an email from it.
Oh, but there was something else: on my old phone the date/time of an SMS was the sent time. On this it’s the received time. So if I turn on my phone after a few hours of it being off, I have no idea how old the messages arriving really are.
That’s the only annoying thing. Apart from the slaves.