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Topic # 6246 10-Jan-2006 13:16
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Just looking at the spec's for this phone on the nokia site, it says it can stream video in qcif format. Will it play the Telecom video clips or is it limited to a format that only the sanyo phones can play?
Phone looks pretty damn good overall tho!

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  Reply # 26057 10-Jan-2006 14:37
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Its a brilliant phone, nice size with a huge-normous screen. Really nice UI.
One of the better 027 phones on the market, if not the best...

I dont think it does the Telecom video clips.




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  Reply # 26058 10-Jan-2006 14:40
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I agree v.cool phone. No - doesn't support the TCom video streaming at this stage.




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  Reply # 26061 10-Jan-2006 15:21
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Just hope its a coming soon feature personally. I've tried the sanyo but I'm not thrilled by their line of phones, but I've been a nokia user from the word go pretty much. Good thing with it taking SD-cards, makes a good alternative to buying an actual MP3 player.
Strange, some review sites label this phone as a GSM phone, has it been released as a GSM phone overseas?

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Yeah I think this is the first of the Nokia's to be released under GSM and CDMA flavours. Nokia have adopted a strategy of aligning development for both networks. This means phones will start to become very similar for both networks. Good idea I think.

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  Reply # 26069 10-Jan-2006 18:17
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DjShadow: Good thing with it taking SD-cards

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