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    do a search on ur handphone. i'm sure they will state the details.



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    onusgail
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    No, I tried that but it only indicates that I have a phone that can play polyphonic ringtones. I have a Nokia 7250. Does anyone know?



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    what is the differnece between 16 and 40?



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    i think for 7250 its 4 chord polyphonic... at most 8 chord polyphonic coz the phone is still based on DCT4 hardware.

    the more chords, the more instruments



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    Originally posted by crappysotong
    i think for 7250 its 4 chord polyphonic... at most 8 chord polyphonic coz the phone is still based on DCT4 hardware.

    the more chords, the more instruments
    is it the same for 6610



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    6100 6100 7210 all has 4 chord polyphonic ringtones



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    Try this, go to the following link for the Samsung V200 phone: http://www.samsung.com/Products/Mobi...v200/main.html and there is a link on the right for "Superb Sound" after you click that link, you will be taken to a page where you press start. From there you can compare a 40, 16, 4, and 1 chord melody. You should be able to determine your phone from that comparison.



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    6610 is a 4 chord polyphonic

    try using the midi converter on pc suite, it'll give you a good idea how many tones you can have at once



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    check phonescoop.com they have a list of all phones and features



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