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Topic # 4667 15-Aug-2005 23:50
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Seems kinda naff but ah well it's cheap

https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,5523,204449-201928,00.html?action=%2Fmshop_handsetGallery&productCode=SAN2300




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  Reply # 18411 16-Aug-2005 00:45
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not really a consumer targeted phone in my opinion.

This will be very popular with business customers looking for a robust flip phone with good screen, buttons, and P2T capability, specifically with no camera (which many companies do not wish to provide to their employees).

Nice phone at a nice price.




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  Reply # 18592 17-Aug-2005 19:15
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There's still a heap of people about who just want a no frills phone but in a clam shell. However, for a few extra $$$, the 2300 looks quite good and has the additional benefit of PTT.



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  Reply # 18595 17-Aug-2005 20:26
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Good Points, both of you. But as a Picky consumer it's unattractive to me. Oh well should be interesting to see how well it sells.




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  Reply # 18608 17-Aug-2005 23:17
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i tried out the sanyo 8200 but the interface was not nice to look at.
Background colours were unattractive also.
exterior of phone is very sexy like all the sanyos.
but i returned it.

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Reply # 18632 18-Aug-2005 13:14
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I agree with disenchanted, alot of people request a clamshell phone without a camera and at the moment the on handset to fit that description is the samsung x609. I think it will be a great addition to telecoms range of handsets!!

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