What is NOT a Smart Phone

Russell tees off on everyone who thinks Palm is a Smart Phone. He defines what is not a smart phone.

Here’s a little lesson in mobile nomenclature: If you can’t use the phone with one hand, it’s not a smart phone. Got it? It’s pretty simple. It’s a PDA Phone or a Communicator or something. Whatever it is, it’s not a smart phone. It’s a relic. A Palm with an antenna. An anacronism. A soon-to-be market failure. Get the idea? Let’s go over this again: If it doesn’t have a keypad? It’s not a smart phone. If you have to use a pen? It’s not a smart phone. If the main function of the device is not making calls? It’s not a smart phone. If it has a little keyboard? It’s not a smart phone. If it comes with a belt clip? It’s not a smart phone. If it doesn’t have left and right soft buttons? It’s not a smart phone. If the screen size isn’t 176×208/220 or QVGA? It’s not a smart phone. But again, the most important point: if you can’t use it with one hand? It’s not a smart phone.

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