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  Reply # 21206 9-Oct-2005 12:13

chiefie i've read that too the Nokia 9300 didn't have vibrating alert either so the comment doesnt suprise me.

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  Reply # 21211 9-Oct-2005 15:21
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that's ashame... because i like vibration alert.

well. i also had a comparison between n91 and n90.. looks like n90 has higher resolution than n91 but n91 has wifi... mmm dilemma... and i like all n series!


i so like to see imate SP6 with wifi and 3G and WM5. then i'm much happy with that smartphone + pda set up.




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  Reply # 21235 10-Oct-2005 11:04

Confimation: no vibration in N90, so more missed calls in the future buddies!
Bad Nokia! :)

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  Reply # 22848 8-Nov-2005 20:41
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Hi, ex Kiwi living in Oz now (since August this year)... just bought a Nokia N90....AUD$980. First impressions.....

Bit heavy, cool, takes great photos for a cellphone...nice screen/s can look like a digital camera, small video camera or (guess) a cellphone...

Happy to answer questions!!!

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Reply # 40977 13-Jul-2006 17:52
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chiefie: I so like to see imate SP6 with wifi and 3G and WM5.
No Wi-Fi.





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  Reply # 43217 3-Aug-2006 12:21
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When is the SP6 out in NZ?

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Reply # 43226 3-Aug-2006 13:05
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Soon. I don't have dates yet, but it's being tested/certified on the Vodafone network.





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  Reply # 44861 28-Aug-2006 16:41
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Cool, waiting with anticipation

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  Reply # 44862 28-Aug-2006 16:54
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Big billboard in the bottom of town with this handset on it

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  Reply # 44863 28-Aug-2006 16:56
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johnr: Big billboard in the bottom of town with this handset on it


The N90 or the SP6?

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  Reply # 44869 28-Aug-2006 18:37
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I'm very disappointed with SP6 (or now known as SP Jas)... they took out the best thing from SP5 (Wifi) for the sake of making it UMTS. I'd choose SP5 for phone usage, and UMTS/HSDPA data card for data connection if i needed. Or a JasJar for data. And continue carrying two devices to get best of both usage.




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  Reply # 44870 28-Aug-2006 18:51
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UMTS = 3G?
Is HSDPA live in NZ yet?

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  Reply # 44872 28-Aug-2006 19:21
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mick: UMTS = 3G?
Is HSDPA live in NZ yet?


http://www.geekzone.co.nz/Jama

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  Reply # 44873 28-Aug-2006 19:24
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mick:
johnr: Big billboard in the bottom of town with this handset on it


The N90 or the SP6?


SP6 (I think) its a Imate flip phone

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  Reply # 44905 29-Aug-2006 08:16
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The SP 6 is not the same as the Imate Smart Flip

The HTC Breeze is the common name of the device
Have a look on this comparison page
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/smartdevices.asp?phonemodelid=179

SP6 is a Bar phone

Getting a bit off topic however




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