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  1. #1
    Apocalypso™
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    *Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?*

    If you are asking yourselves, why 6680 is going to be so cheap?
    Well there is a simple answer if we can believe in Jbenchmark test
    results.
    It’s because 6680 is pretty worse in performances than 6630! That’s
    doesn’t mean that 6680 is not amazing good phone, no doubt about
    that, but my expectations was that 6680 is going to be much, much, much
    better...
    In conclusion: seems that we are getting almost a 200 000 useless and
    unnoticeable colours and very, very noticeable slowdown in
    performance!!

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  2. #2
    Marc
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    Re: Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?

    Apocalypso wrote:

    > *Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?*
    >
    > If you are asking yourselves, why 6680 is going to be so cheap?
    > Well there is a simple answer if we can believe in Jbenchmark test
    > results.
    > It’s because 6680 is pretty worse in performances than 6630! That’s
    > doesn’t mean that 6680 is not amazing good phone, no doubt about
    > that, but my expectations was that 6680 is going to be much, much, much
    > better...
    > In conclusion: seems that we are getting almost a 200 000 useless and
    > unnoticeable colours and very, very noticeable slowdown in
    > performance!!


    The 6630 suits me at the moment. I always go into Carphone warehouse and
    test out the speed of the phone first, I'm sure everyone does this.

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  3. #3
    yup
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    Re: Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?


    "Marc" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Apocalypso wrote:
    >
    >> *Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?*
    >>
    >> If you are asking yourselves, why 6680 is going to be so cheap?
    >> Well there is a simple answer if we can believe in Jbenchmark test
    >> results.
    >> It’s because 6680 is pretty worse in performances than 6630! That’s
    >> doesn’t mean that 6680 is not amazing good phone, no doubt about
    >> that, but my expectations was that 6680 is going to be much, much, much
    >> better...
    >> In conclusion: seems that we are getting almost a 200 000 useless and
    >> unnoticeable colours and very, very noticeable slowdown in
    >> performance!!

    >
    > The 6630 suits me at the moment. I always go into Carphone warehouse and
    > test out the speed of the phone first, I'm sure everyone does this.
    >
    > --
    > Marc
    > See http://www.imarc.co.uk/ for contact details.


    Marc,

    how are you finding 3G services ?
    Fast / Slow, Cheap / Expensive ?

    Ade





  4. #4
    wkearney99
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    Re: Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?

    I've a 6630 and I'm using it in the US. It's very quick with little or no
    pausing for any of the menus. Sure, it's a 65k screen but, c'mon, it's a
    phone; if I want full color I'll use a PC. The added drain on the CPU (and
    eventually the batteries) for "more color" really seems like a nonsense
    argument.

    What bugs me, however, is the apparent willful crippling that Nokia has put
    on the phone to prevent it from using a local Bt link for internet access.
    No gnubox, only gouging from cell carriers for GPRS. NOT a good move and
    had they not given me this phone for free I would never purchase it.


    "Apocalypso™" <[email protected]_dot_com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_dot_com...
    >
    > *Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?*
    >
    > If you are asking yourselves, why 6680 is going to be so cheap?
    > Well there is a simple answer if we can believe in Jbenchmark test
    > results.
    > It’s because 6680 is pretty worse in performances than 6630! That’s
    > doesn’t mean that 6680 is not amazing good phone, no doubt about
    > that, but my expectations was that 6680 is going to be much, much, much
    > better...
    > In conclusion: seems that we are getting almost a 200 000 useless and
    > unnoticeable colours and very, very noticeable slowdown in
    > performance!!





  5. #5
    Marc
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?

    yup wrote:
    > Marc,
    >
    > how are you finding 3G services ?
    > Fast / Slow, Cheap / Expensive ?
    >
    > Ade



    On Vodafone - so it's 2.30 a mb, but I have a "6 value bundle" that
    costs 3, so it works out to 3 for 2.5mb if I don't send any texts or MMS.
    Vodafone's own web site is free to browse unless you buy a
    video/ringtone/game (you will be warned of the charge first) - but you
    can read news and stuff for free. You also get free videos for 3 months
    or something, and 3 full MP3 tracks a month until end of April, so I've
    tested that. Songs take about 1 minute to download (about 3mb of song).
    I can't download ITN news clips for some reason, but I CAN stream them.
    I can however download the movie trailers, so I'm not exactly sure whats
    up there.
    It's very fast if your used to standard GPRS, it works with my iPaq 2200
    as well. I rarely loose 3g coverage, and if I do then switching the
    phone on and off usually gets it back.
    The 6630 polls my Gmail account every hour on Mondays, Wednesdays and
    Thursdays between 9:00 and 18:00 - very easy to configure that, I like
    how it warns you it may increase your phone bill when you turn the
    automatic checking on.
    Only letdown there is that you can't choose the exact port for outgoing
    mail, so I've had to use my own SMTP server and setup two accounts on
    the phone, one for receiving, and one for sending. Other apps,
    Agile/Putty all work fast over 3g. Shame about the cost really!


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  6. #6
    playa4life
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    Re: Nokia 6680 is losing the battle to 6630!!?


    http://www.gsmhacks.com/forums/mobil...z-n-gamez.html


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