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New Nokia 3650

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by bobolito, Sep 7, 2002.

  1. bobolito

    bobolito Diamond Senior Member
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    I personally think its ugly and the key pad looks very awkard. Not for me either.
     
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    Never rely on the information that Phone Scoop gives you. I do not know where they gett heir source of information but it is all wrong! about 80 %. They have Nokias w/ the wrong numbers (example: mistaken 3590 for 3360) I'm not lying go check it out. They also give information about service providwrs saying hey have all these phones when they dont!
     
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    Phone scoop has all the correct information. You're obviously not reading CAREFULLY.
     
  5. bobolito

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    That's right. Someone is obviously not reading correctly. The 3360 and 3590 are two different phones and for what I saw at PhoneScoop they are not confusing them.
     
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    Just for the record, the Nokia 3650 is on Nokia's website as of right now.

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    god it's ugly as sin.. no way in hell would I ever own one!
     
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    that phones ugly
     
  8. bobolito

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    Looks like a rotary phone...lol. Frankly, I really think this time they went too far. This design will definitely make the keypad difficult to use. For years we are all used to a numeric keypad arranged in a grid fashion. Now Nokia wants to change this standard? They better stop dreaming!
     
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    Im partial to Nokia phones, but dam is that phone ugly!!!!!!
     
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    but the recording capabilities makes it a bit more appealing
     
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    I dunno about you guys, but I don't care what features the phone has, it's not gonna matter if the manufacturer has laid out the phone's interface (both keypad AND menu system) completely illogically.... which Nokia has certainly done in this case. This phone definitely owns when it comes to shock factor, but I can't see any qualities redeeming enough to make me want to use it depsite the awful keypad layout and just the overal ugliness (is that even a word?) of it!
     
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    I love what it looks like. What's wrong with it? haven't seen a new trend of style? believe me - you'll end up liking it... [​IMG]
     
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    The keypad wouldn't bother me too much. Everyone I call for the most part is already in my phone book, so I only manually dial maybe once a week.
     
  14. bobolito

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    The "rotary keypad" will certainly be confusing to me especially because I don't look at the keys much when i press them. I already know where they are in my phone.
     
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    You'd like it if you had it.. :-D
     

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