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  1. #1
    -kt-
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    Have had or used a good few of the newer Nokias apart from the 8910i (and
    the 8910) just wondering if they are any good as its a bit pricey for an
    upgrade just to find out its useless, cheers





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  2. #2
    Nukleopatra
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    Re: 8910i Any good ??

    I had an 8910 and now have the 8910i; both phones are extremely classy and
    stylish and cause heads to turn. The design is faultless on both. Definitely
    worth the money.

    If you have to choose between them, go for the 8910i - the full colour
    screen and improved menu system are excellent.

    Bluetooth on both phones works without problem and is great for use with my
    iPaq - I can access the internet and email anywhere I happen to be. Although
    there are few bells and whistles (I have a GX20 and rarely use its camera
    feature, although very good), what you get does exactly what it is designed
    to - and very well.

    Highly recommended.





  3. #3
    -kt-
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    Re: 8910i Any good ??


    "Nukleopatra" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I had an 8910 and now have the 8910i; both phones are extremely classy and
    > stylish and cause heads to turn. The design is faultless on both.

    Definitely
    > worth the money.
    >
    > If you have to choose between them, go for the 8910i - the full colour
    > screen and improved menu system are excellent.
    >
    > Bluetooth on both phones works without problem and is great for use with

    my
    > iPaq - I can access the internet and email anywhere I happen to be.

    Although
    > there are few bells and whistles (I have a GX20 and rarely use its camera
    > feature, although very good), what you get does exactly what it is

    designed
    > to - and very well.
    >
    > Highly recommended.
    >
    > Thanks for that, I have read a few so called reviews and wasn't to

    impressed by them, but it would appear that they were written either by the
    gaming fraternity or the "I'm gonna make your ears bleed when my phone rings
    brigade", you have said enough to push me over the edge (didn't take much
    really !) and off I go to order one , again thanks








  4. #4
    Nukleopatra
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    Re: 8910i Any good ??

    My pleasure <s>.

    Incidentally, the good looks of this phone are enhanced by the sleek black
    titanium, which feels as cool as it looks.

    And with the PC Suite that comes with it, you can design and upload your own
    graphics and tones, which is a god-send and may save a small fortune <g>.
    Also makes it far easier to enter numbers to the phone book and to save an
    archive copy for back-ups.





  5. #5
    -kt-
    Guest

    Re: 8910i Any good ??

    <snip>
    Again thanks for the info, mine should be winging its way to me as we speak,
    one last question, are they really easily scratched ? not that I mind to
    much as I am pretty careful with my phones but I was told last night that
    they are much more suseptable to damage that their plastic counterparts
    (sounds odd..... ) -cheers-





  6. #6
    Nukleopatra
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    Re: 8910i Any good ??

    I took my 8910 (original titanium colour) everywhere with me for well over a
    year and it is still completely scratch-free, despite constant use. The new
    8910i is less than a week old and is black, so its too early to say. But
    rubbing the edge of my nail across it quite roughly leaves no mark
    whatsoever, if that means anything.

    Perhaps someone who has had the black version for a little could comment?





  7. #7
    -kt-
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    Re: 8910i Any good ??


    "Nukleopatra" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I took my 8910 (original titanium colour) everywhere with me for well over

    a
    > year and it is still completely scratch-free, despite constant use. The

    new
    > 8910i is less than a week old and is black, so its too early to say. But
    > rubbing the edge of my nail across it quite roughly leaves no mark
    > whatsoever, if that means anything.
    >
    > Perhaps someone who has had the black version for a little could comment?
    >
    > yeh , that would be good






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