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  Reply # 25071 20-Dec-2005 21:07
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ntddevsys: I remember though that with the Nokia 6255 they originally released it with a small card and then put in the 512

I don't believe it was Nokia putting the bigger cards in, but Telecom themselves.

Remember here that the goal for a phone manufacturer is to make things as cheap as they possibly can.

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  Reply # 25095 21-Dec-2005 14:46
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Sorry should have made myself clearer - I thought it was the distributor (in this case Telecom) which choose the memory card ?


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Reply # 25096 21-Dec-2005 14:49
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Treo 650 is available now. Telecom Retail in Lambton Quay Wellington have stock

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  Reply # 25097 21-Dec-2005 17:02
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Jama: Treo 650 is available now. Telecom Retail in Lambton Quay Wellington have stock
Very nice - comes with a 1gb minisd

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Reply # 25109 21-Dec-2005 18:39
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Nokia 6265 As above (New Nokia slider with 2.0 mp camera + mp3 player) -$799.00
Sanyo 9000 (5600 replacement with EV-Do + New features like music store) -$799.00
Sanyo 8300 (8200 Replacement with video and faceplates) -$499.00

Personally go for a nokia 6265, huge improvement on the 6255 and hasnt got the issues that 6255 did + camera quality is absolutly amazing.

Thats the only 3 for december

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  Reply # 25114 21-Dec-2005 19:06

i'm interested in seeing some of the images capture on the 6265, if you have one and a few representative shots can you PM me and I will pass on my email

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  Reply # 25131 22-Dec-2005 01:09
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Hey sweet as, will take some at work 2moro and email you.

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