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Topic # 51969 2-Dec-2009 03:35
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Hey guys, I was wondering what phone choices I have, considering I want:

Wifi Capability (Important)
Qwerty keypad (Optional)
Skype or some voice program to use over Wifi capability
An instant messenger program (Preferable AIM or Skype, MSN maybe)


I love the Nokia N95 but would it do what I want it to?

Thanks guys

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  Reply # 278583 2-Dec-2009 06:17
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N95 will do that, sure thing.

You can probably pick up an N82 for cheaper though, which is essentially an N95 with a better camera (Xenon flash).




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  Reply # 278697 2-Dec-2009 12:13
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That's a nice looking phone, and I was excited when I thought I seen "dual band - GSM and CDMA", though on closer inspection it read "dual band - GSM and WCDMA". ::sad face::

Thanks heaps, this has definitely rescued my pocket from some serious trauma.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 282682 15-Dec-2009 13:29
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go the nokia N82! easily my favourite phone :D
(though using my palm treo pro to post this...)

& you can't beat that camera on the N82! well, not without seriously blowing the bank

I got my N82 2ndhand for only $225




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