Nokia 3650

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in iPod + iTunes + AppleTV edited January 2014
Anybody played with the Nokia 3650 yet?



I'm thinking about getting one, but I was curious how they are working. I'm also trying to decide if I should wait to see if T-Mobile gets the phone. If they do its easier to work with one customized for their service.

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 11
    ugh, ugly phone, what is w/ the circular # pad?
  • Reply 2 of 11
    ya...but its got all the features I want
  • Reply 3 of 11
    [quote]Originally posted by Slotracer152:

    <strong>ya...but its got all the features I want</strong><hr></blockquote>

    careful... i was stung to the tune of 650 euros for the 7650 when it first came out because i thought it 'had the features i wanted' ie: bluetooth and iSync



    BAH! nokia have a habit of looking good (sometimes) but not playing well with other children...



    anyway... i'm only posting because i'm curious if when i reach 50 posts i'll get promoted to being a full member



    regards (junior) lungaretta of the 49 posts...



    &lt;edit&gt; ...and hello fully qualified MEMBER lungaretta of the 50 posts... it's like a rite of passage... <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" /> &lt;/edit&gt;



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  • Reply 4 of 11
    Damn you Europeans!



    *wishes he lived somewhere besides North America that gets really friggen cool cell phones!*
  • Reply 5 of 11
    3650 is supposed to be released here
  • Reply 6 of 11
    bradbowerbradbower Posts: 1,068member
    T-Mobile, being the only GSM provider supporting MMS at the moment, and further the only company that is bringing new technology like the 3650 into the U.S., is more than likely the first provider to offer the 3650, if not the only one.



    You can get an OEM 3650 now on eBay, or <a href="http://www.gsmphonesource.com"; target="_blank">www.gsmphonesource.com</a> . Prices usually between $600-800. I expect this to drop by 25-35% as soon as the T-Mobile-branded/flexed version of the 3650 begins selling at a subsidized price at dealers/retailers.
  • Reply 7 of 11
    [quote]Originally posted by wolfeye155:

    <strong>Damn you Europeans! </strong><hr></blockquote>



    it's probably because the things are produced there, but i think the scanda-weegians get cooler phones.



    while the lucky japanese get the innovative network operators (quicktime on your mobile... mmmm..)



    i'm not trolling but curious: why don't all your networks get it together? what is the history of multiple standards and networks over there?

    <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
  • Reply 8 of 11
    [quote]Originally posted by lungaretta:

    <strong>



    it's probably because the things are produced there, but i think the scanda-weegians get cooler phones.



    while the lucky japanese get the innovative network operators (quicktime on your mobile... mmmm..)



    i'm not trolling but curious: why don't all your networks get it together? what is the history of multiple standards and networks over there?

    :confused: </strong><hr></blockquote>



    It's all about the FCC. We should adopt their 1800Mhz freq.
  • Reply 9 of 11
    bradbowerbradbower Posts: 1,068member
    We've already got 1900MHz and 850MHz, why would we need that?
  • Reply 10 of 11
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    you did adopt 1800... except it was the US Military to do so, hehe
  • Reply 11 of 11
    I am also interested to know if anyone has tried using the 3650 with iSync. It isn't listed on Apples compatibility chart, so I assume it doesn't this time around. Anyone know?
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