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  1. #1
    axauk
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    Hi all,

    It's that time of the year again. Contract almost finished and time to
    choose a new phone. Any ideas when compering 6630 and 6260. Both look good
    and specs look great. Wish I could have both in one.....

    My present phone is 6600.

    Comments?

    axa





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  2. #2
    Ron Lau
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    Re: 6260 v. 6630

    Hi,

    If you like a flip design, don't mind the slower data connection speed and a
    non megapixel camera phone. Then go for the 6260.

    If not, then go for the 6630. But bear in mind that the video call portion
    of the 6630, you'll need a video call stand to do it. I would prefer to
    wait something that I can use without getting additonal acccessories in
    order to use the video call.

    BTW, I'm using a 6260.

    Just me 2 cents.

    Regards,
    Ron


    "axauk" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi all,
    >
    > It's that time of the year again. Contract almost finished and time to
    > choose a new phone. Any ideas when compering 6630 and 6260. Both look good
    > and specs look great. Wish I could have both in one.....
    >
    > My present phone is 6600.
    >
    > Comments?
    >
    > axa
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Le Ming
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    Re: 6260 v. 6630

    axauk <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hi all,
    >
    > It's that time of the year again. Contract almost finished and time to
    > choose a new phone. Any ideas when compering 6630 and 6260. Both look good
    > and specs look great. Wish I could have both in one.....


    Hi I just got the 6260. Pretty cool in all respects except a few VERY
    stupid things, that I dont know if they can be solved or not :
    1 - MP3 playback is Mono. That means that the MP3s you encoded on your
    Mac/PC sound mushy, it's a complete catastrophy. That point renders the
    "MP3" function completely useless (Who wants to reencode one's files
    just for the phone, and who wants to listen to mono mp3?)
    2 - The camera. The max resolution (640*480 can only be attained if you
    have the phone in browse mode. That means that the sybject can only be
    in the axis of the phone if you hold the phone "table like". As if you
    were looking at your desk. Great huh?
    3 - Bluetooth : havn't tried that yet but I presume there's something
    stupid here too. Imagine you receive a phone call. You flip the phone
    open to see who's calling (no external screen like on Samsungs or
    motorolas) and decide to take the call. You transfer the call to your
    bluetooth earpiece, but you cant close the phone. Else the communication
    gets shut. I dont know if flipping the phone into browse mode does that
    too, havnt checked yet but it's worth concidering.

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  4. #4
    Chanchao
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    Re: 6260 v. 6630

    On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 16:07:46 GMT, "axauk" <[email protected]> wrote some stuff
    about "6260 v. 6630", to which I would like to add the following:

    >It's that time of the year again. Contract almost finished and time to
    >choose a new phone. Any ideas when compering 6630 and 6260. Both look good
    >and specs look great. Wish I could have both in one.....
    >
    >My present phone is 6600.
    >
    >Comments?


    I honestly wouldn't change if I had 6600. I kind of fail to see what you
    would gain. 6630 has EDGE internet; if that was available where I lived then
    I would consider that one. If not, then I'd stick with 6600 until there's
    really some new (network/data) technology.

    BTW, I just got 6260, previously owned 3650, but only changed because I lost
    my old phone. Otherwise I would have stuck with 3650.

    Cheers,
    Chanchao



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