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Thread: help, want international phone and camera

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    N82 man. Quad band and Xenon flash. What else would you want?

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    ...a better keypad...

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    Reviewers say the keypad is fine.

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    Yea, initial reviews have only praised it. Some said it felt plasticky, but thats abt it.

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    im planning on just buying these prepaid SIMs for like $40 in each country and just reloading time on them as i need it. that way ill have a local phone number everywhere i go. i suppose using this method, i wont be able to take advantage of all the features of the n82, n95 or k850i like web access and gps?

    for that reason im leaning towards the older phones

    also it seems australia and europe solely use 900/1800 so a tri-band should work fine i think?

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    well i dont know if prepaid sims have data as well. but at the worst case, not having data wouldnt mean you couldnt use things like the camera and gps apps of those newer phones. all depends on what you need i guess.
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    What features would you miss out on? Just the data stuff. GPS would still work.

    Tri-band will be fine.

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    oh cool. so the gps doesnt require any kind of subscription? its all built in? thanks

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