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Topic # 5870 3-Dec-2005 23:06
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Hi ,

Does any one know how many Symbian smart phones would be there in NZ and Australia?


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Reply # 24204 3-Dec-2005 23:13
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Put me down for 1, good luck counting the rest of them.

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Reply # 24216 4-Dec-2005 13:43
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I dont have one, so your count is still at 1.
Anyone else?







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  Reply # 24218 4-Dec-2005 14:05

Symbian UIQ, Series 60??

If it is series 60, I say nokia could probably give you a good estimate of how many units they have sold.
Symbian is a consortium of sorts isnt it maybe they have indicitave numbers available,have you done your research?

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  Reply # 24219 4-Dec-2005 14:22
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2 here SE P900 and Nokia 6680

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  Reply # 24220 4-Dec-2005 18:35
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We have a Sony Ericsson P800 here at home, my wife uses it - although outnumbered by Windows Mobile devices around the house.

But seriouslly, the number of Symbian devices alone is not much. What' importat is how many of these devices are actually used as smartphones, not only as over featured phones for MMS and SMS?






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Reply # 24240 5-Dec-2005 08:53
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Everyone needs a jasjar or kjam for PXT and SMS LOL

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