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fogoquearde

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#1012 2-Feb-2004 11:39
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I´m divided between buying a SE P800 or a Nokia 3650.

Overall, all things considered, which would you advise?

tanks a lot

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  #4152 10-Mar-2004 13:45
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p800 has a touchscreen, but u should get a p900 its much better, plus p800 looks like a kids toy

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#4153 10-Mar-2004 14:12
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The touch screen and better interface makes me suggest the P800. But if you can try the P900 instead. It has a higher resolution screen and predictive text input (T9).




 

 

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#4163 11-Mar-2004 09:14

Depends on the features that you need/want the most and how much you are willing to spend. I have the Nokia 3650 and it has many features and there is much downloadable software available. The memory is expandable, integrated camera/video recorder w/sound. Excellent calendar and contacts storage. For the money and features that I use most often I really like the 3650 and will stick with it for a good while.

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  #4183 11-Mar-2004 18:51
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yea, but go for the 6600, unless u want a huge phone (3650)

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