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#2951 13-Dec-2004 17:05
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well these 2 fones are rumoured to be coming to our shores!!! when i compared these 2 fones theres notthat much diference between the 2. apart from the fact that the nokia has fm radio and a mp3 player. they are both clam shell and of simular dimensions how ever the samsung is the better looker of the 2.

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  #11101 16-Dec-2004 20:50
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I like the look of the samsung more, but other than that i would go for the nokia because it has all the other features that the samsung doesnt and it would be easier to use.

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  #11102 16-Dec-2004 22:55
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the two big differences is the Nokia has an MMC slot and bluetooth, this will be the first bluetooth cdma handset in NZ.. These two features alone make it a better phone than the Samsung.

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#11103 16-Dec-2004 23:00
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You have to count the Harrier Pocket PC... Unless you don't consider it a handset but on a class of its own... Below is a screenshot of some of the Bluetooth services offered by the Harrier.



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