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    FireBreath
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    I personally think theyre both garbage....but i think id rather take a nokia.....i cant believe im sayin this but it is a more dependable of a phone and definitely more feature loaded phones
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    mramc3
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    First what kind of functions are you looking for. Games, pictures, form factor? Maybe I can help. I used Nokias for awhile, but work with Kyocera phones. I can give you the plus and minuses, depending what features you want.



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    Tommytop
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    è buono per i giochi e così via il kyocera slider



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    AbsolutOls, how can you say "I can't believe im saying this" Nokia makes the most solid phones, build quality and stability. They may not have the features of a Sony but they actually work (and pick up signal) like a phone should. Down with Moto and Sony Ericsson, they are going to keep producing crap if you keep buying it



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    i think they're both trash i've had both and disliked both.



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    babykongs
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    i really like nokia phones..my brother just got the kyocera slider today and its really nice....but i still prefer nokia...



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    im un uomo di nokia



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    I use the kyocera slider, the phone is pretty nice but it comes without any good ringtones, nor pictures, nor anything.
    E-J-B



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    I assume you're comparing with the CDMA Nokias, since Kyocera only makes CDMA phones. Having worked with both quite a bit, in my experience the different brands don't make that much difference in the signal strength and quality of service. A CDMA phone is a CDMA phone, no matter what company makes it. What makes the difference is the features, user-friendliness, and durability of the phone. I always advise people to play around with the phone they're thinking of buying.
    I do techinical support for medium-sized midwest cell phone company and have had experience with these phones:
    Audiovox: CDM 8500, CDM 8600, CDM 8410, 8900, 9000, CDM 9100, 9150, 9155, 9500, PRT9200 Bag Phone
    Kyocera: 1135, 2035, 2135, 2235, 2325, 3035, 3245, 5135, 6035, 7135, KE414, KE434, SE 44 Slider
    LG: TM 510
    Motorola: 7790i, 7797, Bag Phones, MicroTac, Star-Tac 3000, Star-Tac 7868, T720, T731, Timeport 270C, Timeport 8767, Timeport P8097, V120C, V120E, V120T, V2397, V60C, V60IS, V60T, V60I (C&T),
    NEC: 920, 960
    Nokia: 252C, 282C, 918, 2220, 2260, 3285, 3320, 3360, 3560, 3585, 3585I, 3587I, 5120, 5125, 5165, 5185I, 6120, 6385, 8260, 8265
    Sony - Ericsson: 618, 197, RL300LX
    Uniden: 1500a, 1700



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    I would go with nokia cause i had a kyocera and the reception on it sucked, so definetly nokia
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    Stevo89
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    Why are you comparing Kyocera and Nokia? Kyocera only makes CDMA phones, and Nokia makes mainly GSM phones. Two completely different technologies...I'd say I prefer Nokia though.



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    In a rural are using USCellular, the Nokia has better reception as long as it is not the old Noika 5160. The older the Nokia the worse reception they get in the mountains. In fact the ones with the internal antenna do the best around here.(S.E. Idaho)
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    terymoma
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    i think keyocera is a better phone than nokia i had a nokia as my first phone and i dropped it like 3 times and the screen went out i got a new phone and it was a keyocera and i dropped it tons of times and nothing happend to it would prefer a keyo and day even if it had one button on it and i could only call my worst enemy . i would use that phone to the death and the enemy would be my new best friend!!!



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    Kyoceradude
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    I would go with Kyocera slider its built great, i like the style... although sometimes the
    reception ain't so hot its still a great overall phone and it doesn't brake easily



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