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    FireBreath
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    Which way do you go?


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    AbsolutOls
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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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    is the kyocera slider good for games and such



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    bswail123
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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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    jayrocs
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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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    SideKickedMe
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    im a nokia man



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    E-J-B
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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.
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    Arklier
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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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