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nokia 6360 ??

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by jaxon, Jul 16, 2002.

  1. jaxon

    jaxon New Member

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    hey hey all, i currently have a nokia 6160 , the best reception and claity i have ever had , but a little out dated.
    looking at the nokia 6360 , or panasonic eb tx 220 , the panasonic apears to be pritty good , but not sure, they arn't as popular as nokia , any suggestions would be greatly appreciated .

    thks , much
    jaxon
     
  2. rbw411

    rbw411 Junior Member
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    The 6360 is just like the 6160. I would go with the 8265 or the 3360. The 63 is too big for me. Also I think the 6360 is ugly.. I am looking at it right now. If you need any specs I can read them off.
     
  3. parthery

    parthery Senior Member
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    Been using a 6360 for about a month now...switched over from the 8260 on AT&T.

    Pros:
    1.) Battery life is phenomenal...
    2.) Uses old 6160 car kit - if you have one.
    3.) Big easy to read display.
    4.) Voice dialing actually works pretty well.
    5.) Reception is far better than the 8260.

    Cons:
    1.) Size...while not much heavier..it is longer....
    2.) Early versions had software glitches. If you get one - make sure it has 1.09 or later.... (to check it - press *#9999#)
     
  4. ComicalMoodyDan

    ComicalMoodyDan Gold Senior Member
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    I'd go with the Nokia 6360.
     
  5. Computerteacher

    Computerteacher Junior Member
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    I had an 8260 and found it to to be the biggest piece of garbarge I ever owned. I put my old 6160 in service until the 6360 came out. I got it the weekit came out and it is just FANTASTIC!!!
    Battery lifeis great, voice recording works with no problems and I also like the feature that I can record notes for myself!

    The reception is celar as a bell! I was a little afraid of an internal antenna after the 8260 but this 6360 they have made great improvements!!


    Go for it you wil not be sorry!!!!
     
  6. jaxon

    jaxon New Member

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    hey hey , Parthery , ended up getting the 6360 , as far as the software , it's loaded with the following
    Feb. 21 , 2002. V01.01 , is this OK?
    software glitches, please expain, , and can i update it myself??

    thks.
    jaxon
     
  7. Computerteacher

    Computerteacher Junior Member
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    Just checked mine and I have software verison 1.20 4/19/02 also says 1078.02.03
    Got it from AT&T
     

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