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    Saw this online at smartfone.net. supposedly translated from a russian site about upcoming phones.

    main reason i thought i would post it is because it seems all the posts here about the latest 'treo-killers' die quickly because of the lack of a keyboard...

    http://smartfone.net/?m=show&id=325

    anyway i still love my 300
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    almost twice the size of the Treo 600!


    Not thanks, not interested...
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    Eh.. the NEC e808y seems like more of a clone to me...
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    A 700 mAh battery? Makes the Treo's 1800 mAh battery seem gargantuan.
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    Originally posted by Ayrow
    almost twice the size of the Treo 600!
    interesting, i did not pick up the big size difference. i can agree with that. i do like my flip cover, though. a lot of folks had trouble with it but i guess i've been lucky.

    the other one linked above is definitely more of a 600 clone...

    at least there might be more choices soon. competition is good for us consumers
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    No guys , it's not a clone . That's a 3G (third generation GSM, or you can also call it UMTS) phone from NEC. Look closely and you'll notice the camera is in from of the phone instead of behind the phone. That's because it's used for video conferencing. Does the US provides video conferencing on mobile phones ? Maybe not GSM standard , maybe CDMA ?

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