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K850i help...

mancbabe Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
Ok I upgraded to the above phone and got t today...had a bit of a play around with it and im not 100% sure I like it. I usually go for Nokia phones but felt like a change.

So....do I keep the phone and see how I go or send it back and get a Nokia N95????

Please help.....:roll: :? :?
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
It's not very new is it, I had one and thought it was good but am a Nokia fan now. Get the N95
#2
GPS and Wifi and 3h talktime on the Nokia or no GPS and no Wifi on K850i but 9h talktime
#3
the.tourist
It's not very new is it, I had one and thought it was good but am a Nokia fan now. Get the N95



erm.. the K850i has only just come out - i think you have it confused with the W850i!

Personally, i'd keep the Sony - camera is much better quality
#4
jayhab
erm.. the K850i has only just come out - i think you have it confused with the W850i!

Personally, i'd keep the Sony - camera is much better quality

Buy a camera, a phone is not a camera, pmsl
#5
jayhab
erm.. the K850i has only just come out - i think you have it confused with the W850i!

Personally, i'd keep the Sony - camera is much better quality


i compared the K850i with the K810i and the quality seeemed better on the K810i?? wasnt too impressed with the quailty of the K850i.

plus the new style menu and keypad will take a little time to get used to, but stick with it better then Nokias,

wifi = use a laptop
gps = get a tomtom?
#6
the.tourist
Buy a camera, a phone is not a camera, pmsl


...so why buy an N95?

surely if you only want a phone, a £20 one from Tesco will do.
#7
jayhab
...so why buy an N95?

surely if you only want a phone, a £20 one from Tesco will do.

I have a Nokia 6300 and am very pleased with it, I use it as a phone and nothing else, I have a digicam for pics, an ipod for tunes and a laptop for internet.
#8
...oooh just think of your carbon footprint! lol
#9
jayhab
...oooh just think of your carbon footprint! lol

I don't own a car
#10
huh?

You don't need to own a car to have a carbon footprint.

The electricity you use creates carbon - more electricity = more carbon
#11
Yes, but as I don't pollute it gives me the right to create carbon from the extra electricity I use. innit.
#12
oh dear, so carbon production isn't pollution?
#13
I had a Nokia N73 and iv been with Nokia for years, i took a plunge and went for the K810i a couple of months ago and ive never looked back.
The K810i is brilliant !!! ill never got back to Symbian technology lok
#14
saxo_appeal
I had a Nokia N73 and iv been with Nokia for years, i took a plunge and went for the K810i a couple of months ago and ive never looked back.
The K810i is brilliant !!! ill never got back to Symbian technology lok


Whats the difference between the K800i and K810i?

Except that the K810i has different buttons and is slimmer?
#15
I really wouldnt know as iv not had a K800i, i did hear that the K810i was slimmer awell
#17
the k810i has trackid and photo fix

if you feel brave you could even put a k810i firmware on a k800i pretty easily
#18
Plus the build of the N95 Felt cheap and tacky when i got one.

I had a N95 for around 4 days didn't like the battery life, the GPS didn't really work as well as a stand alone GPS unit and the slide started making a noise every time I want to use the hot keys.

the camera was great on the phone though.

I would keep the K850i and give the N95 a miss :thumbsup:

Hope this helps
#19
jayhab
huh?

You don't need to own a car to have a carbon footprint.

The electricity you use creates carbon - more electricity = more carbon


not nessecerally depends on where he gets his electricity from. if he gets his supplies from nuclear, wind, or light sources then the amount of carbon being produced is pretty much 0

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