Well, there goes nothing. Pity about the screen, but by now Im satisfied with the phone. I know I cannot play any first person shooters on it, but even without multitouch, I have better games I would have on a windows mobile phone.
I have an ipod touch 2G and an Ipaq 214 (Winmo 6.0). Regarding the screen on the E400, It's between those two: Its not as responsive as the ipod, of course, but it's not as hard to press as the Ipaq (We're talking last Ipaq generation).
Android runs OK, the casual microfreeze on some tasks, but again, better than windows mobile on my ipaq.
I've tried Raging Thunder 2, Winds of steel and toonwarz. All of them run smooth, Ragin thunder is amazing (even comparing it to the ipod version). Shame I cannot really play toonwarz (FPS), but still, it ran smooth. ExZeus should be fine too, Ill download the demo as soon as I finish this.
Yes, you can double-tap while browsing. The zoomed section isn't as precise as it would be on the ipod, but it gets the work done. Also, you are presented with the + and - buttons on screen.
The Battery is amazing: First day with full charge (8 charge hours by instructions) allowed me to install and uninstall apps using wifi, several phone calls, several videos, camera use with pictures and videos, GPS (Real, not A-GPS). It did the whole day and still left 5% when I plugged to charge again.
I have to say I always set the brightness to my personal preference, in every device I have. Disable auto-brightness and set my level nearer the low setting, but enough to see clear.It really makes a difference.
And yes, as I said, Im quite happy with it. The media player is not from another world, and the rest of media players don't handle much more: Im talking about video specs, not formats. I usually work at 720x400 level in mp4/h264 and this phone handles it more or less fine (Casual stutters). So I can keep encoding movies with the same specs for the 3 devices.
See U around.