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Topic # 425 16-Aug-2003 11:44
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Hi all,
I am looking at buying the qtek 7070 smartphone but I have some questions first before I decide to buy it.

-Does it have polyphonic ringtones?
-Can it play mp3?
-How much memory does it have?
-does it play avi or mpeg movies?
-what games does it have on it?

These are probably irrelavent questions to most of you, but since I am a teenager these are the main features i am looking at.

Could any one that has this mobile or knows someone that does please reply to these questions and give me any other advice before I buy it?

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Reply # 1072 16-Aug-2003 12:18
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The Qtek 7070 is a good looking phone (so I think)... It comes with 16MB ROM but with a SD Card slot, storage will not be a problem.

It comes with Windows Media Player, so you'll be able to play mp3 and avi files (providing the encoding for the avi is adequate in terms of bitrate and fps).

For games you'll have to look at Handango. I'm not sure but I think Solitaire comes with it (someone confirm this?).




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