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Much Needed Improvements


Jan 5, 2005, 1:27 PM
The Nokia 6800 was a great phone. I really looked forward to the Nokia 6820, in fact I actually bought it. (I haven't bought a phone in 6 years. Perks of job...) I was so dissapointed with that phone that I gave it to a friend of mine. If the improvements to the screen and the camera hold up, I may try this phone again. I'm still a little shocked that Nokia hasn't jumped on the 1.3MP camera bandwagon, especially with this release...

Jan 5, 2005, 1:40 PM
Wow! I used the 6820 for a while, and then bought the 6620. Two days ago my son's 3300 broke, and he started using my old 6820. He and I were just talking about what a great phone this is, except for the horrible display! The 6820 actually takes pretty good photos - it's just that they look so bad on its 4,000 color disply. When we send pictures from it to my 6620, using infared, the look very good on the 6620.

A new display is exactly what this phone needed!

Jan 5, 2005, 2:57 PM
is this model gonna have the blackberry email client like it was supposed to on the earlier model?
Rich Brome

Jan 5, 2005, 6:13 PM
Some versions will, yes. The 6820i, for example, should still be coming, and does have the BlackBerry client.

Jan 5, 2005, 6:44 PM
If the improvements to the screen and the camera hold up, I may try this phone again.
The screen was the primary reason my sister went with another phone...to have all those cool features with a blurry screen was just not worth it.

Jan 5, 2005, 9:08 PM
I had the Nokia 6800 and Nokia 6820. The 6820 was a great phone, but the clarity of the screen was why I got rid of it. Yet, I loved being able to retrieve and send my emails at the touch of a button without having to carry a bulky phone. Maybe this version will be better in that regard.

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