Originally Posted by mas90guru
Why would Engadget spotlight a WAP sight on a major "sneak peek" that seems like it was at some sort of orchestrated event (Gizmodo also has a video that pretty much breezes by a quick demo of the browser)
Doesn't seem like any of the press got to spend a significant amount of time with the device... a few photos, and a few minutes to play around.
You'll note each site focused on different things... Engadget focused on raw functionality, Gizmodo played around with multimedia, etc. Engadget auto detects and punts users to a mobile version if they detect a mobile device. Looks like all Engadget did was buzz their own site, take a photo, and run.
Gizmodo did mention specifically that the Bold was capable of rendering their website without issue. I know it renders horribly on my Windows Mobile devices... and the 8320 doesn't do so hot either. If they thought it was better (can't really tell from the video), I'd say the browser is perfectly fine.