yeah i already ordered mine and am waiting on it to see. i know the way it interprets and runs is different to previous versions, ie my understanding is a hard reset retains its data, so it means it installs directly to ROM and stays there.
From that I can only summise that you can install a maximum of 128 meg of operating system and software direct to ROM, but can only run a maximum of 64 meg into RAM at any point in time, including the operating system, data, and applications.
Then you only use the RAM when you launch the applications, but this would also require the ppc to use some of it, which would appear to be about 20 meg from the previous stats, leaving a max of 40 meg to actually be running at any point in time.
Anyway, wait and see, hopefully should only be about a week as we are on the otherside of the world from where most people are getting them from.
Eitherway, it appears to the best state of the art phone currently available, so we'll just have to see.
Anybody that has already got one, how long does the battery last when running the WIFI? I know my XDAII with a Netgear CF can be drained in a little over 1 hour including the backpacks battery and the main battery.
HTC TyTn II (Kaiser)
HTC Original ROM and Radio
Imate Jasjam (over 30 different ROMS)
Imate K-Jam (lacking 3G/HSDPA)
WM6 - TNT 4.0
Imate Jasjar (to big, 20 diferent ROMS)
02 XDAII (10 different ROMS)
Also the most pathetic useless crappiest piece of **** phone ever put onto the Telstra Network - HTC Touch Pro (ALL BEWARE DONT USE THIS ON TELSTRA - DOESNT HAVE AN 850 BAND) limited to Edge. Phone resets itself constantly HTC refuse to fix these deficiences.