Cars don't make a good analogy here: indicator and wiper handles
aside, European and Japanese cars all basically operated the same way
which cannot be said for European and Japanese mobiles. I quite like
my 702NKII but when it's in the hands of my significant other, it
usually ends up being pitched across the room with accompanying
The 702NKII is also noticeably slower and I have more out of memory
issues than on my generic 6680 which I'm guessing is due to the
addition of the Japanese IME and Vodafone bits and bobs.
More musings on this here:
On Feb 23, 2006, at 14:11, Arnold P. Siboro wrote:
> Yeah, and that 10% (if correct) is a significant number. You may
> not be
> able to sell ice to the Eskimos, but Europeran products do sell here.
> The Nokia 6630/6680 is quite cool in fact. If only it is adjusted a
> little bit more to Japanese taste and keitai culture.
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