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Nokia updates 9300 smart phone with Wi-Fi

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by xikle, Nov 29, 2005.

  1. xikle

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    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/11/29/nokia_9300i_wifi_phone/

    http://press.nokia.com/PR/200511/1023282_5.html
     
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  2. xikle

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    Now if it just had a vibrate option it would be about the perfect phone.
     
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    I saw this on GSM Arena. I don't get why they just didn't make a new version with WiFi, because some of the features are outdated. And no camera (but thats obvious for a business phone).
     
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    And while they were at it why not just make it a quadband, or put five bands on it for UMTS in Europe.
     
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    One reason behind the economic succes of Nokia is their ability to sell an old phone as a new one. Just add the -i behind the model number and the phone is new and sells. This years bestsellers have been the Nokia 6230 and the 6230i.

    The Nokia 9300 is THE BUSINESS PHONE here in Finland and has been selling good in other parts of Euorope as well. Now Nokia hopes to sell this one year old phone with good marhinals in the US also. Will Wi-Fi and the "i" will help to boost sales?

    Anyway - do not get me wrong. It´s a very good phone.
     
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    That's one of the reasons I like the phone was that it didn't have a camera, but had all the other nice features. My only problem with it was that from what I could find is that it doesn't have vibrate mode, which for me is a deal breaker.
     
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