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Topic # 4767 25-Aug-2005 13:28
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Hi

Has anyone looked at this phone? Can you tell me if the way i see the picture is right and there is no external screen... and therefore it is not possible to see who is calling/texting without opening the phone. I would have upgraded to this phone but not if I can't call screen anymore!

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Trisha

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  Reply # 19107 25-Aug-2005 13:51

A thread exists about it, it is correct that there is no external LCD but the swivel allows you to fold the phone 'closed' with the screen facing outwards. Obiviously it is not practical to do so if you are carrying it in your bag or pocket with keys etc. My advice is to visit a telecom store or retailer and ask if you can have a play to determine if it meets your needs

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  Reply # 19108 25-Aug-2005 14:22
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Most flip phones can be set to still be ringing when you open the flip so that you can see who is calling and choose to press TALK or END.

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  Reply # 19112 25-Aug-2005 15:46
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thanks for that. i think the external lcd is quite a big deal for me so I won't be upgrading... will just have to wait for the next version on

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trisha

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