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Shouldn't this be just tagged on to the C3?


May 23, 2007, 9:56 PM
Since you combined the ic402 with the ic502, using the same frame of mind, shouldn't the C3b just be added on to the C300/C3 page?

Granted, I do like the exposure of an AT&T phone on the home page.
Rich Brome

May 23, 2007, 10:15 PM
It's a fine line with a difference like this. We try to be consistent, but there is a small gray area where we could go either way.

In this case, I felt Bluetooth was a major enough feature to warrant a separate entry. If someone does a Phone Finder search for phones with Bluetooth, they should get the C3b but not the C3 / C300.

Plus, we already combined the C300 and C3, which had the feature difference of changeable faceplates. The difference between the C300 and C3b was therefore multiple features, hence the definite need for a separate entry.

The external display on the ic502 is a less important feature than Bluetooth, IMO, so I ended up deciding to do one entry. However, that is an example of one where I could have gone either w...

May 24, 2007, 7:40 AM
you had the ic402 and the ic502 seperate for awhile. because the ic502 was "ruggedized" and the ic402 was not
Rich Brome

May 24, 2007, 10:24 AM
Oh that's right... they are separate. Embarassed

I combined them at first, but then split them. You're right, it was because the differences extended beyond just the external display.

You know there are a lot of phones on this site when even I can't keep track of them all in my head! Shocked Wink

May 24, 2007, 10:25 PM
lol it's cool. i am glad i could correct the boss though Smile
Rich Brome

May 23, 2007, 10:16 PM
...I should add that I did consider combining this with the C3, which is why this was late. I was trying to decide which way to handle it.

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