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Topic # 7168 24-Mar-2006 19:36
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I really can't choose which one is better :S

Maybe you guys can choose for me?

https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/0,,204449-201928,00.html?productCode=NOK6255&action=/mshop_handsetGallery vs https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/0,,204449-201928,00.html?productCode=NOK6155&action=/mshop_handsetGallery

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  Reply # 31441 24-Mar-2006 20:32
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Hi

If you want Bluetooth and or Music on your phone,  then go with the 6255, otherwise the 6155 has a 262k screen compared to the 65k of the 6255 and a 1MegaPixel Camera, compared to the 0.3 VGA Camera on the 6255.

Hope this Helps.

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Reply # 31515 25-Mar-2006 18:47
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Hmm.. It says that the 6155 can't use predictive text, which i find hard to beilieve..

I think i will go with the 6155 even though it doesn't have nearly as many features as the 6255, I'm sure i'l be happy with the better camera and screen quality :D

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 31577 26-Mar-2006 18:46
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I Can confirm the 6155 has predictive text.

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  Reply # 31595 27-Mar-2006 06:16
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Ok then I think it is clear which phone i will buy :D

6155 here i come :D

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