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gcg

Mar 9, 2009, 2:42 PM

This phone is available at Cincinnati Bell

inbox

Apr 18, 2008, 11:58 PM

There was a 850/1900 3G version announced at the MWC, right?

There was a 850/1900 3G version announced at the Mobile World Congress, right?
dreadedknight

Apr 18, 2008, 6:51 PM

awsome looking phone

this phone seems to have it all, the looks the ability and the memmory, i cant wait untill this phone comes out!!! im a die hard fan of nokia and this phone deffinatly stands out. Twisted Evil
bonecrusher

Apr 10, 2008, 8:50 PM

another ugly phone

what is the deal with the keypad on this and the Nokia 6220. Both are disgusting.
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bonecrusher

Mar 2, 2008, 11:12 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

fm transmitter?

what does this mean exactly? I can listen to the radio on my phone without the headset plugged in?

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NicholasKiz

Feb 20, 2008, 4:16 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Where's the Garmin Nuvifone??

The Nuivphone is amazing and will be the iPhone's strongest competitor. It will use Google applications (hopefully Android soon after) and, of course, Garmin navigation.

Why hasn't Phonescoop reported on the Garmin Nuvifone? Get on it. Smile


NK
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tuolumne

Feb 15, 2008, 2:52 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Samsung p960 / g400?

Were these phones not shown at the event??
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TinyJ316

Feb 12, 2008, 12:37 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Where is the Soul going to land?

Please say at&t... or at least a GSM provider...
2 replies
chucks

Feb 14, 2008, 12:53 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

why can't we......

why can't we just make our own phones... the idea is... contact your fav. manufacturer (samsung, LG, etc) let them know exactly what u want in a phone. all the features, physical apperance, etc. i know it would be expensive, but i think it's a great idea and i'm pretty sure people would pay all that money to get a phone with everything they want and how they want it.... Cool people would seriously stop complaining about their phones and what they wish they had and what they wish they didnt have lol Very Happy
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kingstu

Feb 15, 2008, 11:32 AM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Toshiba Portege G450???

I have been hearing that this USB 3G modem also is an emergency phone but I haven't been able to see any specs on it? Does it work on is it quad-band GSM?
pauldg

Feb 13, 2008, 1:08 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

N78 for AT&T??

i bet they will carry this phone ... in 2009 Surprised
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Wireless Buddy

Feb 13, 2008, 12:35 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Motorola W181

I can see this phone being offered for free from prepaid carriers.
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cretinlung

Feb 13, 2008, 9:19 PM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Modu.. where have you been all my life?

Seriously, this is an excellent concept for a phone. You get 239804672309 devices in one (ok, maybe I'm a bit rich on hyperbole). I'm assuming that this device is 3G, since it hails from Europe; which WCDMA band does it use? Could you get a jacket that would give it WCDMA 1700 band access? Does it have jackets that include different antennae for different frequencies?

Does anyone else think this has the possibility to revolutionize the phone market?
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kellera1

Feb 13, 2008, 11:24 AM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Motorola

Will motorola come out with a phone that doesnt look like a razr, krzr or rizr. They have to be one of the least innovative companies around. the phones are just boring
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HokiesACC

Feb 13, 2008, 11:01 AM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

Nokia N96

What is with this design they have going now with this horrible setup of buttons on the front? They should've left well-enough alone. They had the perfect setup on the existing N95. And I see that even after all the complaints about the original N95 battery dying too fast, which is why they stuck a 1200mAh in it now, they still go back to the 950mAh, from what I read on Phone Arena. I understand they're trying to make it slightly thinner, but c'mon, you're asking for it again. And another thing, this N81 look does not need to be applied to every new phone. It's a sharp look until you get to the keypads, and the fact that they all look the same now. I hope they don't do this to all their new phones.
branchc

Feb 13, 2008, 10:50 AM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

TouchWiz

Is it me or does it not look exactly like the iPhone menus
h_aguilar84

Feb 11, 2008, 11:18 AM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

X1

Im very interested in this phone, considering the quad band HSDPA. Does this mean that SE and T-Mobile have patched things up and ready to start selling phones again???
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tuolumne

Feb 11, 2008, 3:47 AM
over in the "MWC 2008" discussion:

f490 coming to Sprint (m800)

Sooner rather than later.

Kinda nice, but doesn't have slide out keyboard of u940 for verizon. There's also an ultra slim 3mp flip coming, seems more interesting than this.
 
 
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