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that's what i'm talking about

phonerboi74

Jun 25, 2005, 6:44 PM
finally...nextel gets what i've been talking about all along
i have been watching , wating , hoping , that a phone would be introduced on Nextel that would give me everything that i've been looking for in a phone and nothing that i don't and in a package that i like
i think i may definitely be moving to Nextel when my sprint contract expires SIMPLY BECAUSE of this phone right here
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phonerboi74

Jul 9, 2005, 7:06 PM
after reading the reviews, i guess i should prolly correct myself...looks like this phone has a few bugs that need to be improved (namely, battery life) BTW, any1 know what rhermance meant in the review when they said "Camera is useless as is case with all phone cameras I have used"? is that an issue with nextel phone cameras being java applets as was the case on the i275 or is it just a symptom of a closed-minded attitude when it comes to cameras being installed on phones, like the attitude that my gf has (BTW, she has an i60c and she loves it)
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W1ll1am

Jul 16, 2005, 3:43 AM
The battery life of the phone should not hold you back from enjoying the phone. The longer lasting batteries normally become available right after the phone launches. As for the camera...not all the phone offer the camera as a JAVA app. The true issue with the camera is that the maximum amount if megapixels out there is around 7.2. The Nextel camera is under 2. I believe in time they will catchup, but also I read that while people have the camera they don't use it much on any phone.
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phonerboi74

Jul 23, 2005, 12:01 PM
i have a sprint phone right now, and picture messaging is one of the main things i do with my phone...it's the main reason i've stayed away from nextel until now and the sole reason i started this thread
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phonerboi74

Jul 24, 2005, 5:58 PM
who cares about resolution unless you're a photographer, in which you would be well-advised to stick with your own digital camera? i (and i'm guessing most other people who use the camera that's built into their phone) never print out the pictures i take with my phone, unless i'm trying to prove to someone that the camera is much better than the screen suggests...
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