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  1. #1
    Snapper
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    http://www.theage.com.au/news/articl...e#contentSwap1

    Dunno how these could be classed as an iPhone "killer". All of them, with the
    exception of one or two have RRPs up over $1,000-1,100.

    Perhaps the N95 may come close in terms of features but how can it compete in
    that price bracket?

    The author talks about a rumored Nokia "Tube". Have any of you guys heard of
    this, or have anything more concrete on it?




    See More: Attack of the iPhone Killers - Age news article




  2. #2
    Rod Speed
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    Re: Attack of the iPhone Killers - Age news article

    Snapper <snapper1[email protected]> wrote

    > http://www.theage.com.au/news/articl...e#contentSwap1


    > Dunno how these could be classed as an iPhone "killer". All of them,
    > with the exception of one or two have RRPs up over $1,000-1,100.


    > Perhaps the N95 may come close in terms of features


    Better in many ways.

    > but how can it compete in that price bracket?


    It remains to be seen what the iPhone 3G will sell for unlocked and not on
    contract, and what the price of those others will do if it ends up significantly
    cheaper. I doubt they will stay that high if it is significantly cheaper.

    > The author talks about a rumored Nokia "Tube". Have any of
    > you guys heard of this, or have anything more concrete on it?


    http://www.google.com.au/search?q=Nokia+Tube





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