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  1. #1
    Stan E. Markerson
    Guest
    Hi,

    Please help. I'm after a good simple mobile phone that can make/receive
    clear calls, does not have an external antenna, can store unlimited numbers
    of SMS messages, and has a decent camera.

    Previously I was using the Nokia 8210, and I loved the simple
    straightforward layout and doing SMS messages was perfectly straightforward.

    I switched over to the Motorola V600 - my friends recommened the change- but
    I hated the cumbersome SMS system of text messaging and the antenna kept on
    poking me in the pants. I kept on taking it out and placing it on the
    counter- and eventually - I lost it.

    I want to switch back to the Nokia. But with so many choices I'm baffled.

    I don't really have need for 3G, WAP. My gf uses a Sony Erikson. There is
    some talk about mobiles having

    I'm my eye on the Nokia 6280 or 6111 - but the reviews say they don't have a
    Symbian interface... whatever that is. But they are relatively small and
    would fit easily into my pocket.

    Any recommendations? I guess I'm after a 8210 with a good camera and
    reasonable battery life.

    Thanks.











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  2. #2

    Re: Good Simple Robust Phone


    You did not list a carrier. If it is a CDMA provider, I would suggest
    the Nokia 6255 with an add in memory card.

    jaj



    On Mon, 31 Jul 2006 17:53:12 +1000, "Stan E. Markerson"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Hi,
    >
    >Please help. I'm after a good simple mobile phone that can make/receive
    >clear calls, does not have an external antenna, can store unlimited numbers
    >of SMS messages, and has a decent camera.
    >
    >Previously I was using the Nokia 8210, and I loved the simple
    >straightforward layout and doing SMS messages was perfectly straightforward.
    >
    >I switched over to the Motorola V600 - my friends recommened the change- but
    >I hated the cumbersome SMS system of text messaging and the antenna kept on
    >poking me in the pants. I kept on taking it out and placing it on the
    >counter- and eventually - I lost it.
    >
    >I want to switch back to the Nokia. But with so many choices I'm baffled.
    >
    >I don't really have need for 3G, WAP. My gf uses a Sony Erikson. There is
    >some talk about mobiles having
    >
    >I'm my eye on the Nokia 6280 or 6111 - but the reviews say they don't have a
    >Symbian interface... whatever that is. But they are relatively small and
    >would fit easily into my pocket.
    >
    >Any recommendations? I guess I'm after a 8210 with a good camera and
    >reasonable battery life.
    >
    >Thanks.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >




  3. #3
    Stan E. Markerson
    Guest

    Re: Good Simple Robust Phone

    Sorry, GSM.








  4. #4
    Stan E. Markerson
    Guest

    Re: Good Simple Robust Phone

    I narrowed my search down to the Nokia 6111, 6280, the Nokia 6230, 6233 and
    the Nokia 6030.

    I do like the Nokia 6280 and 6111. Its a beautiful design. But according to
    some reports, fairly faulty.

    The Nokia 6230, 6233 and 6030 seem pretty good. I'm just wondering which was
    has better features- like a more detailed organizer- that reminds you of
    meetings or stuff to do at various times of the day?






  5. #5
    Randall Arnold
    Guest

    Re: Good Simple Robust Phone

    6102i.

    "Stan E. Markerson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    >
    > Please help. I'm after a good simple mobile phone that can make/receive
    > clear calls, does not have an external antenna, can store unlimited
    > numbers of SMS messages, and has a decent camera.
    >
    > Previously I was using the Nokia 8210, and I loved the simple
    > straightforward layout and doing SMS messages was perfectly
    > straightforward.
    >
    > I switched over to the Motorola V600 - my friends recommened the change-
    > but I hated the cumbersome SMS system of text messaging and the antenna
    > kept on poking me in the pants. I kept on taking it out and placing it on
    > the counter- and eventually - I lost it.
    >
    > I want to switch back to the Nokia. But with so many choices I'm baffled.
    >
    > I don't really have need for 3G, WAP. My gf uses a Sony Erikson. There is
    > some talk about mobiles having
    >
    > I'm my eye on the Nokia 6280 or 6111 - but the reviews say they don't have
    > a Symbian interface... whatever that is. But they are relatively small and
    > would fit easily into my pocket.
    >
    > Any recommendations? I guess I'm after a 8210 with a good camera and
    > reasonable battery life.
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >






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