I've been looking for a smartphone for a while. My main use of it will be schedule management and email, maybe a little bit of web browsing. So, about a year ago, I looked around and tried Treo 650 and Samsung i730. I heard that a new version of Treo was due and I decided to get an i730.
i730 was great - windows mobile is great, bluetooth/wi-fi support is great, email support works perfectly - but I returned it after a week of use mainly because of the size. I ended up getting a RAZR. I am very happy with my RAZR. It's a great phone that's small. But I still miss the scheduling/communication features of a smartphone.
Ever since, I've been waiting for the Motorola Q, which was supposed to be released last year. I saw it at the CES earlier this year, and I really liked it for its functionality and form factor. I only wish that it had bigger screen. But it seems like that one is going to take at least 6 more months for me to use it with Cingular here in the US. (They are releasing the CDMA version for Verizon first)
Now I am looking forward to the new Samsung SGH-i320. This one looks really promising, and if I get this, I'll be able to contribute to my mother country's economy:) The problem with these cellphones are that they make the announcements too early. It usually takes 6months to sometimes more than a year to actually start selling them at storefronts. They should all learn from Apple's announce-today-sell-tomorrow practice, if you ask me.