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Topic # 5488 2-Nov-2005 07:13
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Hi, I see this in some mailers last night and was wondering does anyone know pros/cons for it?
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  Reply # 22437 2-Nov-2005 08:06

Looks like no camera etc so seemed a bit over priced. The Nokia 6225 is a wicked price at $149 for Nokia camera phone with IR. Even if it is a bit long in the tooth.

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  Reply # 22439 2-Nov-2005 09:06
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I hadn't heard antyhing about an LG model yet, does anyone have some more information? Or what mailers was it in?

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  Reply # 22440 2-Nov-2005 09:29

LG NX225, Latest Telecom Mailer, Flip phone, dual colour screen, speakerphone, voice dial and memo @ $299

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  Reply # 22495 2-Nov-2005 23:00
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Nothing on Telecom website yet.....

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  Reply # 22505 3-Nov-2005 07:52

to be released mid to late November- could find much on google either

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  Reply # 22507 3-Nov-2005 08:16
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It is just this handset,
http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=714

Due mid-late November


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  Reply # 22629 4-Nov-2005 09:49

The LG is being released on the 8th November
And it does- have a camera- although not mentioned in the Telecom flyer.
No antenna, Dual colour display $299

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  Reply # 23182 14-Nov-2005 16:07
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The phone is now available and is listed on the Telecom website, I just had a look at it today. I had a look through the interactive demo and it looks like quite a nice phone but have not been to a store to look at it physically yet.

My question is does anyone have one and is it a nice phone easy to use and full of good usefull functions. And do you think it is worth the $299.

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  Reply # 23194 14-Nov-2005 19:37
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Biased opinion because I work on the Telecom side of the industry, but I really do feel like its a good value for money phone.

The UI is like a cross between Samsungs prettyness and Hyundai/Curitel/Pantechs layout. (To someone used to Telecom phones it "feels like a Hyundai").

No aerial is a plus, camera is average (on a par with other 0.3MP camera phones I have used) . Phone looks good ("looks like a vodafone").

Good value for $299. If looks/flip arent everything to you, and price is, then get a 6225 Nokia before they are put out to pasture...

[PS, i just deleted your crosspost to this thread, as we dont do crossposting here.]




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