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Topic # 7658 1-May-2006 17:47
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Hey, could anyone tell me the screen resolutions of the LG NX225 and/or Pantech TX130c?

Thanks.

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Reply # 34438 1-May-2006 19:03
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You tried www.lge.com & www.pantech.com?



TX130 = 176×220 (another source says 176x186)
NX225 = 128x160 (this one was a little harder to find)







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Reply # 34440 1-May-2006 19:12
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Well thanks.

Couldn't be bothered to actually bother with Pantech.com as couldn't even find my phone.

Thanks for TRYING!

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Reply # 34441 1-May-2006 19:15
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SilentOne:

TX130 = 176×220 (another source says 176x186)
NX225 = 128x160 (this one was a little harder to find)



You miss that part?



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Reply # 34450 1-May-2006 20:49
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Sorry, the e-mail perhaps a little misleading, but thought about reading it twice?

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Reply # 34457 1-May-2006 21:04
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SilentOne:
TX130 = 176×220 (another source says 176x186)
NX225 = 128x160 (this one was a little harder to find)


I dont think it comes much clearer than this when stating screen resolutions......

The pantech screen IS 176×220



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Reply # 34461 1-May-2006 21:13
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Yes, thank you I got that the first time.

I was being smart back to you in the origanal reply, and I mean it was misleading in the sense it sounded like I didn't read the resolutions givin. I'm saying it was mis leading but perhaps try reading it again?

Thank you.

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