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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 12245 6-Mar-2007 20:40
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what is better pros and cons.
Im not sure what one to get i like them both

thanks

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  Reply # 63024 6-Mar-2007 21:23
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They are much the same really. I just got a 6275, and the UI seems more responsive than my previous phone, 6265, and screen is a little smaller. Other than formfactor, its up to you (althrough the 6265 is now EOL).

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 63191 8-Mar-2007 18:29
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EOL ??

does any of them have active standby ?
and the tab view menu ?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 63194 8-Mar-2007 19:17
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EOL - End of line - Telecom have stopped selling them



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 63198 8-Mar-2007 20:01
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is that a bad thing ?

i like the slide instead of the candy bar,
is there any much didnt from the two ?.
Ans can i update the software on the nokia 6265

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  Reply # 63215 8-Mar-2007 22:37
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ToMo: is that a bad thing ?

i like the slide instead of the candy bar,
is there any much didnt from the two ?.
Ans can i update the software on the nokia 6265

thanks


1) No, you still get a 12month warranty, (if you can find one).
2) Not sure what you are trying to say here?
3) I think you are trying to ask if you can update the software on the 6265 to the same build as a 6275? If so, then no you can not.

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