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Topic # 5554 7-Nov-2005 21:26
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Hey, I wonder if anyone can help me. I'm interested in buying a new mobile to come onto the telecom network, was thinking of getting a nokia 6255 but after reading some of the posts i'm thinking against it.. I got the new telecom flyer and saw the new Nokia 3155, but after I googled it i found out that the front screen was black and white.. I was a bit diasapointed by that.

Anyway.. anyone know of any other Nokia phones coming out or any new phones that i should possibly wait for? (thinkin of getting the phone in a month or so) Is anything coming out to replace the 6255? I saw the 6265 in one of the post, almost seems to good to be true =)

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  Reply # 22793 7-Nov-2005 21:44
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The 3155 is a nice phone, very similiar to the 6255.
-Black and white front screen
-No camera, but can receive photo messages, not sure about video
-has a 262k main screen, 6255 only has 65k
-supports themes, first 027 to do so?
- nicer shaped keypad and better buttons.

There is the 6165 which is a high end 3155, very similar shape and look
-dual colour screens
-1MP camera
-video streaming, which undoubtably will be disabled
Released 2ndQ 2006



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  Reply # 22814 8-Nov-2005 08:38
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Thanks for that, a camera would be nice... and dont think i'll wait till the 2ndQ of next year =)

Thanks

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