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Sneak Preview of Nokia's 6160 replacement

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by Kenny, Oct 27, 2001.

  1. Kenny

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    Word on the street has it that Nokia's 6160 replacement will be the 6360 and available in the January 2002 timeframe.

    Take a look at http://www.nokia.com/phones/6310/ to get a preview of the 6310 which is the European/Asian counterpart of the US version 6360. Again, Nokia is moving more and more towards internal antennas.

    I think everyone is also very interested in testing out the slick looking dual-GSM/TDMA mode Siemens S47 phone due out *probably* in the first 2-3 months of the new year.
     
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    Thats great Kenny, thanks for the info. I had heard that the 6160 would be replaced with a newer & better version that would also use the same car handsfree kit and other accessories, but now I know what it will be replaced with. It looks like an awesome phone.
     
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    Check out http://www.sonyericssonmobile.com/T68/ for a taste of the fantastic Sony/Ericsson T68 model. Also see http://www.sonyericssonmobile.com/R520/ and http://www2.sonyericssonmobile.com/T39/

    This will be targeted for the AT&T GSM/GPRS network but also supports POP3 and IMAP (at least the T68 does). Since it supports the Triple-band 900/1800/1900 GSM frequencies it can be used in Europe, Asia, US and many other parts of the world...basically 120 countries!

    Patience will be a virtue for those who aren't currently happy with AT&T's current line of un-inspiring phones.
     

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