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Old 03-03-2010, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
I hear you, but see here's the thing: this is a Nokia smart phone with a flat T-Mobile data plan very, very likely attached. Somebody buying into a smart phone is not going to be moved by basic games, weather, spirit level, etc, etc.

They want value-added honest to goodness *applications*.

Unless of course Nokia and T-Mobile basically push this phone to the Sidekick/teenage market...
What *applications* are you talking about? I've never seen fart piano on Symbian, so the iPhone will obviously have a huge advantage there.

And the 5230 does have threaded conversations for texting. If you set up your contacts on the home screen, all text messages associated with a contact are grouped together in the screen that pops up when you touch the contact icon. Not as good as speech bubbles but it is threaded.