Review: Nokia 6555
The Nokia 6555 brings together all the features you'd expect on a mid-level phone. See why it masters some, but not all. Video tour included.
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The Nokia 6555 is a slim clamshell boasting 3G, unique styling and a middle-of-the-road feature set. Considering that is has Series 40 3rd edition tying everything together, it could shine brightly. But not even the latest version of Nokia's hearty OS can live up to this well designed 3G hardware.
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N75 is way better!
Eric M. Zeman