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Feb 3, 2004, 9:00 AM
I think all new model phones should come standard with a camera. It is the future in wireless network. No more caller ID but picture ID.

Feb 3, 2004, 11:14 AM
Thats stupid, cameras are nice for the first couple weeks, after that just a feature that is used sparingly, you want to take pictures go get yourself a real3.2-5 megapixel camera
Rich Brome

Feb 5, 2004, 3:07 PM
It's not "stupid", Sad you just disagree, which is fine. Be nice. Wink
Rich Brome

Feb 5, 2004, 3:04 PM
It's a useful feature for many people. However, a large and increasing number of companies do not allow camera phones on company property, to protect against corporate espionage. Therefore, carriers need to continue offering at least some non-camera phones.

Plus, it obviously adds to the size and cost of a phone, so there's certainly a market for cheap, non-camera phones at the low end. Kyocera's Phantom/Rave/Blade series has always been entry-level, so cost could be the determining factor here. I'm sure Verizon would like a full range of PTT phones, including an affordable model like this.

Mar 10, 2004, 2:11 PM
The whole no caller Id and picture ID instead is a great idea but it would never work out.
First, what Rich said and second, I don't know about all phones but the LG VX6000 can only hold up to 20 pictures including the one's for picture ID.

May 29, 2004, 12:03 PM
You can't make every phone with cameras. Some people work in areas that require security and won't allow a camera phone on the premises. This is why such a wide selection is available

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