Whats a good Comparison phone?
A. Quadband phone, best possible service, 3g technology, something that can allow my laptop to work online anywhere i am thru the phone,
B. Gps nav software, something that i can use in my car or boat or walking around..
c. texts, e-mail abaility
d. video/pics at least 1 Mp, with high storage memory.
So far the Nokia N80 has come the closest to all my demands.. but seeing that I live out here and the possibility of waiting another 6 months for some new US version..
What other phone is comparable and powerful enough to what i want.. price is not...
Great phone, but expensive
A while back I had a Nokia 3650, an early Series 60 phone that I really liked. I imagine the software's only gotten better in the meantime.
The big missing feature with the N80 is composing email using a QWERTY keyboard. If it had US 3G, I would pick up the E61 for sure. But the E61 is only 3G in Europe.
I live in Chicago, so will be sure to head to 545 N. Michigan Avenue around June 26 if there is a cool 3G phone to be had there.
I Have One
I have Tmobile.. Do I have to wait for a US Version?
Do I have to wait for one that works better with US networks to come out? or will I be set with buying the current unlocked one for my Tmobile.?
I would rather wait to get one unlocked that works with US Networks better if that is coming in the future..
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Is there anything different about the number pad on this phone that allows for easy input comparable to a Palm phone?
One more question: Do you know if the Freedom Mini Keyboard will work with this phone? If that works, maybe it is small enough to carry with my daily.
Price is Declining
http://www.plemix.com » is quoting $829.00 down from $1000.00+and
http://www.welectronics.com/gsm/NOKIA.shtml » is quoting $849.00
Why Make IT a SLIDER??
Understood that it packs in 3G/ 3MP camera, wifi and some good stuff in general.. but why make it a slider.. start off with a thick candy bar phone and than work the way down to a thinner slider when nokia has mastered the technology and the footprint..
Yeah I love it BUT...
I was set on the N80 for months. Seems like the '93 kinda pushed the N80 into being outdated? Seems to me like US customers could care less about having a convergance device (much less BUYING one... after all we are all about FREE PHONES). There doesnt seem to be room in the US for an N80 AND an N93...