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Topic # 8184 10-Jun-2006 20:53
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Hey all.

Since my other phone is crapping out, think i might get the Nokia 6155. But firstly just wanted to ask everyone here, is it a good phone? Any problems with it? The main thing i want to find out it does it have a 4 way joystick or are there seperate buttons? Thanks in advance your help would be much appreciated! Laughing

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Reply # 38139 10-Jun-2006 22:35
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Hi

Yes the 6155 is a good phone, great for txt, has a 1.3MP camera too. This phone has a 5 way NAV key all separate buttons.

Best to drop in to your local Telecom Dealer for a full run down, but a good mid range phone, with the 'new' type of Nokia software on it, so way better for txt than most of the older CDMA Nokia offerings.










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Reply # 38200 11-Jun-2006 22:08
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Hey there. Thanks for that! Much appreciated. Now to just get the funds... And if anyone else has anything to say please do, make a comment. Laughing

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Reply # 38214 12-Jun-2006 10:05
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i like the phone, the screen is low res but crisp and clear and a proper TFT with good viewing, sending txt is just a matter of pressing left on the directiional pad and typing away, the keypads is responsive, and that hideous joystick is thankfully absent. the external lcd while only black n white is very useful in standby as it shows the status as a glance.

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Reply # 38229 12-Jun-2006 11:01
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6155 has colour external screen

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Reply # 38497 14-Jun-2006 14:52
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Nokia 6155 is an awesome phone

coverage is brilliant, we have found that it performs as well as anything on the CDMA network. Good quality voice plus TXT is so easy!





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