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Sep 27, 2008, 5:55 PM
Has anyone viewed a flash site with a symbian phone? If I recall, they are generally packaged with Adobe Flashlite. I'm just curious if it is worth the switch from a blackberry. I've seen picks of the E71 and have a dummy of the 6650. both are nice looking phones.

Sep 30, 2008, 7:17 AM
Yeah, my n95 has flashlite and its great you can watch videos in flash format or view flash content on standard websites with the browser. Works great. like a mini computer. I love it.

Sep 30, 2008, 7:37 AM
With the correct browser, a phone with flashlite can do almost anything. A good example is watching cartoons/videos in flash format right on the browser window just like on your PC. Example- Foamy the squirrelcartoons work directly on the browser because of flashlite on skyfire. Love it!!!!

Oct 1, 2008, 1:08 AM
I love Foamy too! I have Volumes 1-3 @ home on DVD!

I also have the N95-3. I have bothe the native browser, Opera Mini 4.1, and Skyfire Beta, I heard Beta 0.8 is coming out not too much longer for Symbian. I like Skyfire a whole lot, but it drains the battery way, way too fast because of the constant active connection.

Though I am looking forward to the newer Beta.

What I like about Opera Mini is for the most part it puts PS's website into a column, it's easier to read the forums, less scrolling left to right..

Jun 10, 2009, 12:15 PM
Having both the 6650 and the E71x, the browser is light years beyond the native Blackberry browser. Throw Skyfire into the mix which officially supports the E71x now, it's a great combo!

Jun 28, 2009, 5:08 PM
yea, but it really wore down my battery

Jul 12, 2009, 12:23 PM
Skyfire I know that is a internet browser, but is that somthing you can download onto the phone or somthing that comes with. I currently have the E71x and would love to know more about nokia and android phones.

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