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  1. #71
    Alice
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    jjcoolaus@yahoo.com.au wrote:

    > Nokia/SE don't innovate, only follow.


    Absolute tommyrot, fool. There are plenty of examples where both
    (notably Nokia) have produced handsets etc with features long before
    upstarts like LG.




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  2. #72
    Michael
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?


    "Alice" <e@****anddie.com> wrote in message
    news:452eaad6$1@dnews.tpgi.com.au...
    > jjcoolaus@yahoo.com.au wrote:
    >
    >> Nokia/SE don't innovate, only follow.

    >
    > Absolute tommyrot, fool. There are plenty of examples where both (notably
    > Nokia) have produced handsets etc with features long before upstarts like
    > LG.


    They arent as cutting-edge as they once were.

    Also their plethora of similar, confusing models is absolutely ridiculous

    >






  3. #73
    Rod Speed
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    Michael <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
    > Alice <e@****anddie.com> wrote
    >> jjcoolaus@yahoo.com.au wrote


    >>> Nokia/SE don't innovate, only follow.


    >> Absolute tommyrot, fool. There are plenty of examples where both
    >> (notably Nokia) have produced handsets etc with features long before
    >> upstarts like LG.


    > They arent as cutting-edge as they once were.


    Dunno, that's arguable.

    > Also their plethora of similar, confusing models is absolutely ridiculous


    And their weirdys too.





  4. #74
    Emjaye
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    Alice wrote:

    > jjcoolaus@yahoo.com.au wrote:
    >
    >> Nokia/SE don't innovate, only follow.

    >
    > Absolute tommyrot, fool. There are plenty of examples where both
    > (notably Nokia) have produced handsets etc with features long before
    > upstarts like LG.


    He's right. Nokia always seems to be the last out with anything. But
    when it does it is usually something that's better than what's out
    there.




  5. #75
    Albinus
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    Emjaye wrote:

    > He's right. Nokia always seems to be the last out with anything. But
    > when it does it is usually something that's better than what's out
    > there.


    Have Nokia picked up their game on software lately? They used to be
    unbeatable for software stability and reliability, but after the **** I
    went through with my 6230 playing up I jumped ship. Just wondering if
    things have improved



  6. #76
    Emjaye
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    Albinus said....

    > Have Nokia picked up their game on software lately? They used to be


    Do you mean the PC Suite or the phones' firmware/software?

    The PC Suite isn't all that flash. I had problems with the install,
    initially. Couldn't get it to recognise the phone (Nokia 2280), even
    though I had a geniune Nokia cable. After an uninstall, reinstall of
    drivers, software etc. I finally got it to work.

    I was disappointed in the lack of functionality of a lot of the
    features, though. No control of say, SMS'ing via the PC, which the
    original Data Suite that I had with a Nokia 5110 a few years back
    excelled at.





  7. #77
    Rod Speed
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    Emjaye <emjaye_t@yarwho.com.au> wrote
    > Albinus wrote


    >> Have Nokia picked up their game on software lately? They used to be


    > Do you mean the PC Suite or the phones' firmware/software?


    > The PC Suite isn't all that flash. I had problems with the install,
    > initially. Couldn't get it to recognise the phone (Nokia 2280),
    > even though I had a geniune Nokia cable. After an uninstall,
    > reinstall of drivers, software etc. I finally got it to work.


    That happens with every single thing you touch.

    Even Nokia cant do anything about that problem.

    > I was disappointed in the lack of functionality of a lot
    > of the features, though. No control of say, SMS'ing
    > via the PC, which the original Data Suite that I had
    > with a Nokia 5110 a few years back excelled at.


    You dont need Data Suite for that, stupid.





  8. #78
    Albinus
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?

    Emjaye wrote:
    >
    > Do you mean the PC Suite or the phones' firmware/software?



    The latter.

    Several times a day it would power cycle itself, or freeze for no
    apparent reason. Firmware update helped to reduce the incidence, but it
    was still several times a week. Since switching to a Samsung seven
    months ago I haven't had a single software glitch detectable.



  9. #79
    Michael
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    Re: The NEW 3G for "the bush" - Any news on its rollout?


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Michael <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
    >> Alice <e@****anddie.com> wrote
    >>> jjcoolaus@yahoo.com.au wrote

    >
    >>>> Nokia/SE don't innovate, only follow.

    >
    >>> Absolute tommyrot, fool. There are plenty of examples where both
    >>> (notably Nokia) have produced handsets etc with features long before
    >>> upstarts like LG.

    >
    >> They arent as cutting-edge as they once were.

    >
    > Dunno, that's arguable.


    With you, anything's arguable ;-)

    It used to be that ONLY Nokia had the good phones. Now you have SonyEricsson
    and even Samsung, hey?

    >
    >> Also their plethora of similar, confusing models is absolutely ridiculous

    >
    > And their weirdys too.


    Yep
    >
    >






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