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Could anyone compare v60t and 8260????

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by sunsun, Dec 24, 2001.

  1. sunsun

    sunsun Junior Member
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    Hi All,
    Finally decided to go with AT&T.
    but can't decided on motorola v60t or nokia 8260?

    how's the reception? if the price is not a matter at all.

    thanks
     
  2. Tommyboy

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    They're both very good phones but if I had to choose without price being a factor I would go with the Motorola V60t. I like the way it feels and looks. I'm sure you will get votes for both phones because it will be a matter of preference. Since the phone itself is only one part of the reception equation you might get some posters swearing one or the other is better but keep in mind the variables such as service provider and area the poster is in. Well that's my vote.

    Tom
     
  3. KevinJames

    KevinJames WA's 1st retired mod
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    If you've not taken the opportunity to compare them side-by-side that may be something else you'll want to do.

    Check for:
    * size and form-factor
    * "Feel" (Does it feel comfortable in your hand? Does it feel durable?)
    * If the phone has a flip cover, can you easily open it with one hand?
    * Dialing: Do the keys feel mushy, too firm, or just right? Can you dial it with your thumb (common practice)?
    * Voice-quality
    * Phonebook features and limitations
    * Quantity of ringtones (if that is important to you)
    * Call-log details (Does it log the time and duration of each call.)
    * What features does one have the other doesn't? Which features do you want or can live without?
    * Accessory availability and cost

    EPinions.com lists many phones. Try seeing what those users wrote.
     
  4. josh

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    Hey sunsun,

    I just wanted to know where you would get the v60? From what I know everyone is out of stock Including Customer Care and the retail stores!

    josh
     
  5. sunsun

    sunsun Junior Member
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    Hello to all who loves Motorola V60t

    If you live in anywhere in the Bay area,
    there is some retailers sells v60t for 200 and with 40 rebates ( that's 160)
    they are all Chinese retailer.....
    so......
    maybe you can email me for some address if you live around the bay area ( near
    berkeley , san francisco, oakland , san jose)
    by the way, you can only get a phone number in area code 415 510 650
    ....
    my email is soj626@pacbell.net

    ok
    good luck, they are running out fast...... the next shippment is Jan 15, 2002.
     
  6. B2

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    Oh, dude, you are soooo mean... from the 419 area code in Ohio.
     
  7. KevinJames

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    Ohio! Well, at least you can sing: "Cleveland rocks." But we get the cool phones.
     

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