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Topic # 5714 20-Nov-2005 17:17
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I was talking to a slaes person at Telecom as I am considering buying the Nokia 6235 and she told me that they are releasing 10 new mobiles in December. She couldn't tell me what they're releasing.

Does anyone have a clue what they will be? From looking at other threads..so I know there's a Sanyo coming out. Any Nokia's?

I'm trying to figure out if I should wait until December before buying the Nokia 6235.. but I imagine it'll go up in price in December too.

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Reply # 23579 20-Nov-2005 21:23
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10 new handsets before christmas this will be interesting to see.

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Reply # 23580 20-Nov-2005 21:39
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The Nokia 6265 looks pretty good including Bluetooth as well - hopefully that must be coming out?????

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 23586 20-Nov-2005 22:34
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Yeah that looks like a great phone... it'll probably have an even greater price.. too great for my budget! :)

I just hope any new phones will push down the prices of the ones on offer now, and after watching the Sunday programme.. lets hope charges will go down too (start a seperate thread for that if you want)

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  Reply # 23589 20-Nov-2005 23:32
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ten new handsets in december??? I doubt that very much.

Maybe two... (if we are lucky)




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  Reply # 24861 16-Dec-2005 13:55
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The Nokia 6265 is apparently due out tomorrow according to the local Leading Edge Communications.

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  Reply # 24872 16-Dec-2005 16:34
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NeoTech: The Nokia 6265 is apparently due out tomorrow according to the local Leading Edge Communications.


$799 open term

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Reply # 24876 16-Dec-2005 17:19
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Has anyone had a play with a test one? is it any good? Hope its not like the Nokia 6255 with all the problems it had!!

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  Reply # 24879 16-Dec-2005 18:45

the 6265 looks nice and if they dont get it out soon the xmas opportunity will be gone, the next one I expect to see soon from Telecom is the Sanyo 9000 which wont be cheap either.

Vodafone wise it will be interesting to see if the v3x and n70 make it out this coming week otherwise vodafones promise of 10 more handsets may be caught just short

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  Reply # 24883 16-Dec-2005 21:15
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Vodafone wise it will be interesting to see if the v3x and n70 make it out this coming week otherwise vodafones promise of 10 more handsets may be caught just short


The answer to that is no :)

Expect them early new year :)

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  Reply # 24884 16-Dec-2005 21:55
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r0bbie: Has anyone had a play with a test one? is it any good? Hope its not like the Nokia 6255 with all the problems it had!!


They were released today. I picked one up today very unexpectedly, as my 6255's life came to a tragic end yesterday, and I had to replace it. The lambton quay store had posters up, and one in stock. It's still charging, but from the play I've had it's a huge improvement over the 6255. The screen is amazing, very bright and certainly the highest quality screen I have seen on a mobile. Menu is a bit slow to navigate, particularly the video clip folder in the gallery, though this is due to the phone having to generate icons from the actual video.

Photo/video messaging capacity is larger, I've managed to send a 550kb photo. Bluetooth is far smoother than the 6255, and I'm getting peak speeds of 75kb/s with file transfer via my powerbook. The 6255 topped out at 59kb/s.

9.5 out of 10 so far

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  Reply # 25053 20-Dec-2005 16:47
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The Sanyo 9000 has now been launched - comes with a 1gb miniSD card, an adapter to read miniSD in SD readers and a USB cable for the $799 RRP

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Reply # 25056 20-Dec-2005 17:27
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They should of placed a bigger SD card in the Nokia 6265 it only comes with 64MB!!!!!!

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  Reply # 25061 20-Dec-2005 18:33

r0bbie: They should of placed a bigger SD card in the Nokia 6265 it only comes with 64MB!!!!!!


agreed completely but it may not fit in their strategy

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  Reply # 25066 20-Dec-2005 20:28
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I remember though that with the Nokia 6255 they originally released it with a small card and then put in the 512

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Reply # 25068 20-Dec-2005 20:44
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SNicolle:
r0bbie: They should of placed a bigger SD card in the Nokia 6265 it only comes with 64MB!!!!!!
agreed completely but it may not fit in their strategy
And that strategy would be of Nokia entering the market of selling "compatible, Nokia-branded memory cards"?








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