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Old 28-08-2002, 08:52 AM
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unbelievable
its not a rumor
http://nokia.3g-us.com/

you should believe me from the first day

At the beginning of September I will let you know if there will also be a GPS system in the new 7650i. They are not sure about that at this time.
And info for Germany: Vodafone Germany (is it there also?!?) has preordered 150.000 pieces of 7650i and it will be for 299 eur per piece if you upgrade your membership for 2 years.
There will also be some color changes on the phone and no design changes.
the strange is that sites admin told me that is a typo.what the fuck is going on with nokia?

Well it is a typo because public must not know about 7650i until 26 th september.

wait for a month and you will see. There will also be some additional programs. One of them will be graphical and that is all he told me
what new in 7650i?

- MMC 32 mb
- li poly batery
- bluetooth headphones support
- 800 x 600 resolution camera


believe or not - u will se on 26 th september
I have seen some preproduction 7650i's - Its just a triband phone, Nokia have said for ages theres going to be a 7650 for the america's, and this is it, nothing special, just what they said they'll do. I admit the above specs would be nice and would be great of it were gonna happen, but its not going to happen. If you want the above then buy a p800. (Except for camera resolution, but thats inherant of the type of camera they use, which dont actually go higher than 640x480, use very little power and are fairly robust).
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