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  Reply # 360718 31-Jul-2010 17:28
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blakamin:
Yeah, ends up being the 2730.. not a bad phone.
Not brilliant by a longshot either... any java apps over 500k just end with "out of memory" errors.
The fact you can skin it easily and the nokia ovi software is free is handy.
My main gripe is it doesn't come with a usb cable (overseas models include this) and it has a non-standard port.
Plus they dont tell you it comes with a 1g micro sd, even if you ask, the answer is "I dunno". That could've saved me some money as I went and bought one (the phone has a 2 gig sd limit)
I went with their new deal (been a customer for 7 years and too much of a hassle to change home-phone etc) but will probably be upgrading my handset really soon!


Its a standard microUSB cable, not something werid like the 2630 which even if you get one doesnt seem to be able to do anything useful.

Also it works fine with 8 gig cards, gets slow with lots of music on the card tho.




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  Reply # 360721 31-Jul-2010 17:36
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I'll have to try my 8gig card then. Cheers!

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