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Topic # 5119 30-Sep-2005 00:51
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http://www.phobiax.net/forums/showthread.php?p=632#post632

another stick phone from nokia...
and its even uglier than the first one, you guys should check it out

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  Reply # 20781 30-Sep-2005 10:21

It's a photoshop design from some creative people, do not believe everything they tell you...

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  Reply # 20816 30-Sep-2005 11:56
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i second that... it's so unofficial....




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  Reply # 20846 30-Sep-2005 18:13
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i dont know..
looks real to me..

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  Reply # 20848 30-Sep-2005 18:53

yeah. I can show you some photoshop pictures which looks real, but it isnt.... :)

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  Reply # 20849 30-Sep-2005 19:01

However maybe you will be right as I see this picture on other web sites.. :) lol

But we never know, there was soooo many fake pictures of fake Nokia and other phones on the net and there will be...



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  Reply # 20850 30-Sep-2005 19:10
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yeh.. but usually they dont have different views of a phone photoshopped.. usually they just have the front of the phone and u can tell its a fake by close inspection.



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  Reply # 21806 20-Oct-2005 15:35
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turned out to be a real phone after all..

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Reply # 21807 20-Oct-2005 15:39

lol... I saw.... you won... :)

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Reply # 21809 20-Oct-2005 15:47
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errr.. this guy just edit his original post and leave the existing comment/post irrelevant to the (updated) topic .... grrrr

i think this topic should be locked!




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