>> The Nokia one is a bad example...it's made out of wood :)
> Why? That's really convenient. When you get bored with the phone, you just
> throw it to the fireplace for instant pleasure.
Oh, we have very convenient wireless controlled air conditions
over here, no fireplaces anymore...but it sounds that Finland
keeps quite a few surprises for me :)
> What comes to eating the antenna, I believe I finished that habbit around
> the same time I learnt to walk.
That's just you. I like the antenna of my N502it more than
the antenna of my N503i...somehow with further functions and
the iAppli advantage they changed the taste of the antenna...but
maybe this gets a bit odd now.
> A serious one; don't people in Japan want to see the caller id in advance?
> Only a few of the flip-flop phones seem to have display on the front so that
> you can see call information without opening the phone. I tend to get quite
> a few calls when in an inappropriate place.
Oh, we don't wanna know :)
Actually people love to see the caller id, but they simply
open the flip type, check it and refuse or not to answer.
The display outside (called 'private window') is not yet
integrated in every phone and seems to make it more
bulky than the more slim N50x series.
You also can program different ring tones for different
caller ids or groups, so you don't even have to check the name
anymore, very convenient. But I prefer the good old
telepathic method, which works pretty well...if I take
a break and the phone rings, it's my business partner
who wakes me up.
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Received on Wed May 23 10:08:23 2001