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Topic # 3779 1-Apr-2005 22:20
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Nokia 3015 is now $179.99
Samsung A680 is now $499




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  Reply # 13915 1-Apr-2005 22:46
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You were right about the price drop of the Samsung! Still, at $500 I think I'll still wait and see what the price of the Sanyo 8200 will be, since I don't really have any need for video messaging.



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  Reply # 13922 2-Apr-2005 09:06
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:D I was totally guessing too but yeah, if it was $400 i'd buy one.




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Reply # 13927 2-Apr-2005 12:20
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$400 would probably be the sweet spot for me too, although I guess $500 is okay for anyone who desperately wants video messaging and can't afford the extra $100 for a 7400.



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  Reply # 13928 2-Apr-2005 12:33
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Yeah I guess it is ok, The only difference between the Sanyo and the Samsung i can see is the Samsung doesn't have PTT. And I wouldn't waste $100 on PTT.




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