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    Nokia 3650 vs Sony Ericsson P800 Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: September 2nd, 2003
    SLRating:Nokia 3650 SLRating: 9.5/10
    SLRating: Sony Ericsson P800 SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: Mobile Phone technology moves on at a fast rate, most come with cameras and some with video, SLCentral compared the latest heavyweights from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Which one is worth your money, Is it better to go with the cheaper 3650, Or is it wiser to spend the extra cash and grab the P800? Read on to find out in our official review.....

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    Both the Nokia 3650, and the P800 were a pleasure to "work with." But it all comes down to the bottom line, which one to get?

    Youíve probably been hoping I wouldnít say this, but it depends on the person. Thereís really no other way to put it. If youíre a average user that would like to have a basic Palm-type of organizer, as well as a cell phone, go for the 3650. Not only is it much cheaper then the P800, but itís easier to use. Like the P800, it has its problems, but for the most part, itís a great phone that is perfect for users that need a basic Palm-like phone.

    However, if youíre a business executive or the like, the P800 is probably the right choice. It has more power, more space, more features, more everything. Probably the two biggest things that makes all the difference are the large screen, as well as the stylus. While the phone does have itís problems (trust me, it does), itís still a good phone once you get over the confusing interface.

    SLRating - Sony Ericsson P800: 9/10

    SLRating - Nokia 3650: 9.5/10

    Because of my total stupidness, I formatted my system and forgot to back up my "My Pictures" folder, which contains all images that are going into reviews. Therefore, all images, with the permission from Mobiledia, are from They have reviews on both the 3650 and P800 that are well worth reading. Thank you, Mobiledia!

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    1. Introduction
    2. 3650 design
    3. P800 Design
    4. 3650 Features
    5. P800 Features
    6. 3650 Operating System
    7. P800 Operating System
    8. Camera Performance
    9. Conclusions

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