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HTC v Nokia

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I have been waiting for 5 months for HTc and Orange to come up with a decent replacement/upgrade for my c600. I previously had a c500 and a c550 so I have been loyal to both companies.

I have come to the conclusion that HTC have abandoned the real Smartphone users. As I have said in previous threads smartphones should be 'phone like in shape and light.

One thing with Nokia is that they cater for ALL in their phone range and the latest S60 Symbian 3rd series with pack 1 takes some beating.

Look what I got today, the smallest lightest smartphone in the world and the spec. is light years ahead of what HTC can offer.

http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/reviews/ite...ssic_Review.php

When WM smartphones can catch up with Symbian I will consider changing back, if I am not hooked by than.

example...The touch has 65,536 colors, the Nokia 6120 classic has 16 millions.

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example...The touch has 65,536 colors, the Nokia 6120 classic has 16 millions.

er.... that completely misses the point of the touch...

and could you explain why you need/benefit from the increased number of colours on a phone??????????????????????????????

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Umm hello the HTC Vox?

Comparison

http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPho...p;idPhone1=1958

I wouldnt say the 6120 is light years ahead at all! The VOX is great competition on the smartphone front + the 6120 runs symbian YUCK :)

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