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  1. #1
    Fred
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    Soliciting opinions on a Nokia 6230 vs. Motorola V3 Razr

    1st let me say that I own the V3 and am very happy with it. I have only
    recently considered the 6230 mainly because I understand you can put a chip
    in it to expand it's memory capacity. Am I correct in assuming this would
    let me store many more contacts and appointments in the calendar? I would
    not need the memory for many pictures although MP3's would be nice. Does
    Nokia have a program similar to Motorola's Mobile Phone Tools? Of course
    there is THE RECEPTION QUESTION.. Does either have superior cell reception?
    Your opinions please.

    The pluses & minuses as I see them:

    V3 Razr
    By far the better display and form factor.
    Mobile Phone Tools Software

    6230
    Expandable memory (if it will do what I want - contacts & appointment
    mostly). I would like it to do enough of each
    that I could shelve my Palm Pilot a good deal of the time.
    Much better searches in the contact list
    More information re contacts (addresses, notes, etc.)

    Thanks in advance for your input.

    Fred






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  2. #2
    talksense
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    Re: Nokia 6230 vs. Motorola V3 Razr

    You have enough information to probably make the call. Here are some of the
    pluses and minuses that I see with these two phones:

    Razr
    Pluses
    1. Cool factor, this is definitely the coolest phone around, for now.
    2. Great reception, I haven't used a phone that gets better reception than
    Razr
    3. Very good build quality, Airline grade aluminium and magnesium plated
    keypad
    4. Very good: big and crisp display.

    Minuses:
    1. Lack of memory. It's a very basic phone with much of the bells and
    whistles like : MP3 player, FM radio etc missing.
    2. So so camera.

    6230
    1. Excellent reception, almost as good as the Razr
    2. External memory
    3. MP3 player/FM radio
    4. Very good user interface.

    Minues
    1. One big one, a very ****ty and tiny display. What is the use of having
    video playback capability if you are going to make a tiny and crappy
    display.

    As a phone, both these phones work great.

    http://www.mobileisgood.com



    "Fred" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Soliciting opinions on a Nokia 6230 vs. Motorola V3 Razr
    >
    > 1st let me say that I own the V3 and am very happy with it. I have only
    > recently considered the 6230 mainly because I understand you can put a

    chip
    > in it to expand it's memory capacity. Am I correct in assuming this would
    > let me store many more contacts and appointments in the calendar? I would
    > not need the memory for many pictures although MP3's would be nice. Does
    > Nokia have a program similar to Motorola's Mobile Phone Tools? Of course
    > there is THE RECEPTION QUESTION.. Does either have superior cell

    reception?
    > Your opinions please.
    >
    > The pluses & minuses as I see them:
    >
    > V3 Razr
    > By far the better display and form factor.
    > Mobile Phone Tools Software
    >
    > 6230
    > Expandable memory (if it will do what I want - contacts & appointment
    > mostly). I would like it to do enough of each
    > that I could shelve my Palm Pilot a good deal of the time.
    > Much better searches in the contact list
    > More information re contacts (addresses, notes, etc.)
    >
    > Thanks in advance for your input.
    >
    > Fred
    >
    >
    >






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