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    Nokia 3285 on website now

    The only way to show the phone on the site is to give a market code, so I left it for my "San Diego" market. Anyways, here it is...sorta fugly, in my personal opinion.




    Verizon Wireless- San Diego

    Here you go

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    any thoughts on your 3285? I think hardware wise, it is a 51/6185. So how do you like it? how about the custom ringtones? how do you put them on your phone?

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    what a hideous looking phone. wow, I like the styling of the old motorola bricks better-at least you could throw it up against the wall if you were mad at it's ugly looks.

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    That's all objective. To me, the Motorola V60C is ugly and hideous, it is WAY overpriced, and if I was to get a phone like it, I'd spend my money on a LG 510. I would suggest you actually try out the Nokia 3285 first before you go judging it. It's a great little phone, and won't take a paycheck to buy. It has 2 way SMS and Email, T9 predictive text input, Openwave 4.1 Web Browser, calendar, calculator, syncable with PIM's, downloadable ringtones, user changeable faceplates, it has all I could want in a phone.

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    ok, the styling is objective and I object to the styling of the 3285. Actually im j/k. Personally I like my V60c, and getting a great deal on it certainly helps. I think its a great looking phone, just don't like the antenna. I would have gotten a TM510, but alot of people have it and it doesn't stand out as much. I also don't really like the look or feel of it. I'll stick with the V60
    ..Just my 2 cents

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