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Mark_S

Apr 2, 2007, 8:24 AM

61 this, 61 that....

6126, 6131, 6133, 6136...all the same horse, just a slightly different color and face. Take your pick. Confused
muchdrama

Nov 2, 2006, 1:51 PM

Cheap...

What's up with these cheapie feeling handsets Nokia's putting out? Yikes.
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SingularRep

Nov 1, 2006, 9:25 PM

I think it's......

Nice....very nice.

I want it. Cool Laughing Very Happy Smile
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aaron662c

Jun 18, 2006, 10:57 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

Stereo BT on the nokia 6131?

at the bottom of the page it says

"Although Nokia considers it mid-range, the 6131 is fairly feature-packed, including quad-band GSM, EDGE, stereo Bluetooth, a megapixel camera, and a microSD card slot."


but that is the only place i see that says it has stereo bluetooth. can anyone confirm that it does?


Aaron
pauldg

Feb 15, 2006, 10:54 AM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

How's the W950's keypad?

this seems like a really cool device, despite the lack of camera, i'm just wondering how the 'flush' feeling keypad felt. Especially the dedicated music keys (they looked cramped)

thanx in advance rich
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dcsoxfan04

Feb 16, 2006, 3:41 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

Microsoft/Virgin/BT

I've been reading about this "partnership" between Microsoft, Virgin and BT to work together on a mobile TV effort called Movio.

Anyone have any thoughts on why MS and VM would attach themselves to a platform that plans to use DAB, rather than DVB-H? From what I've heard, DVB is much more likely to become the eventual standard... or, if not, then something other than DAB (FLO, TDtv, etc).

Is it just that they want to get to market first, screw the eventual problems?
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tuolumne

Feb 16, 2006, 1:02 AM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

Samsung i320 vs. Motorola Q Plastics/Build Quality

I noticed that in the i320 article, it was mentioned that the Q felt hollow and cheap. Does it feel hollow in the way of cheap plastics (like the E815), or just simply becasue it is light? How much better are the plastics/build quality on the Samsung?

Thank you! As you can see, I am very concerned about exterior build quality in my handsets. Motorola historically hasn't delivered that, for me.
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pauldg

Feb 14, 2006, 6:28 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

anything more from Nokia?

back during CES, rich hinted at some big news from nokia. is the UMA phone it the news? are there high end phones coming?

i'll bet they wanted to show off the N80, but we know that story.
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djdelay

Feb 14, 2006, 12:47 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

8300? Helio?

am I the only person who sees the inherent contradiction of a CDMA handset and carrier showing off at a trade show called 3GSM? Who are they marketing to? All those europeans who gotta have Ev-DO while in the states???
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tuolumne

Feb 14, 2006, 7:19 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

Pantech Exterior Build Quality?

For those of you who have held the new Helios phone...How is the build quality? Is it up to the Samsung A800 for example?
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terryjohnson16

Feb 13, 2006, 10:14 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

Danger and Sidekick 3?

Any word if Danger will announce the Sidekick 3?
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djdelay

Feb 14, 2006, 12:40 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

It's a tough job.......

but someone has to do it.



yeah, right. I bet you love what you do, Rich. Barcelona. Cannes. All because you can code internet languages and got into phones. Life is sweet, eh?

Good job with the updates. This is always the most interesting part of the site. I'm eager to see what else will come out of 3GSM, and I'm sure you have some good stuff in store.
Invader J

Feb 13, 2006, 10:12 PM
over in the "3GSM 2006" discussion:

Helio....

COME ON AND LAUNCH ALREADY! I'm dying here! Very Happy
 
 
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