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# 37689 17-Jul-2009 14:04
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Hi there.

Anybody care to venture which they see as better? The SE got a good review in Tone magazine, but my heart leans towards Mr Nokia - email features look a bit stronger for example........




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  # 236451 17-Jul-2009 14:16
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Have you actually used either? You may play with them and find one much better than the other

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  # 236452 17-Jul-2009 14:21
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Having used both, I would say that they are both are very good handsets.

The 6120c is a very stable/"does everything the box says it should" Nokia. Email is good, and I even had exchange sync running (much better than the SE). Lots of S60 apps are available for download.

The SEC510a has a better camera, and I like the slidey lens cover.. and about almost all the same features.

Its a personal choice.. Perhaps head into a store to compare?

 
 
 
 


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  # 236458 17-Jul-2009 14:41
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Every phone is best suited to the person that uses it, i have always backed nokia but on the 6121c the buttons at the top of the phone are too small for me and i feel like a basketball player playing with a kitten. the sony has nicer buttons and i love the bigger higer res screen. its a newer phone and has a 24mth warranty against the 12mth one on the nokia. i would go for the c510, it is very pretty in black. if the sony was in prison its nickname would be fish. its that good looking.

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  # 236467 17-Jul-2009 15:10
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I have a 6120c. Email functions are great. I use IMAP & Exchange Activesync.

Camera is pretty average at best in good light, and total mass-hattery (drop the 'm') in bad light.

Wish I had gotten a Sony I think, though for the price its pretty darn good.

S60 is great.









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  # 236489 17-Jul-2009 16:01
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Cheers - the fish it is..... TH - love your sig. Hopefully he is just seen as an arrogant sh*t and gets put away for a long stretch. He could make the acquaintance of 'fish' as above... hehehe




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  # 236653 18-Jul-2009 13:33
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I personally use SE 510C. Itsa an excellent phone.

Its easy to use
Picks up good coverage
Has a good camera.

Good value for money.


Nokia6120, i have used a few times is an excellent phone too

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