Nokia N97 Specifications | Review
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1. Doakie (Posts: 1791; Member since: 06 May 2009)
Is it just me that is sad that none of the new S60 handsets are subsidized by any carriers? I dont know if I'd be getting one if it was available on Tmobile or Sprint, which are the two carriers I have phones thru. But I'd really consider it. I know it can be used on Tmobile being its an unlocked GSM phone. But I already have a G1 and I cant see that I'd want to drop full price on a N97 and throw aside my G1. But I'm up for a new handset on Sprint, and would really consider getting a N97 if Sprint had a CDMA one. But I guess I'm just rambling that in a perfect world an awesome phone like this would get some love by a carrier.
2. MTLance (unregistered)
I think I rather pay full price for one because by signing the contract means you paid too much for real. Besides I rather have Palm Pre on Sprint than the N97.
3. sprntfanboi02 (Posts: 41; Member since: 25 Jun 2009)
yeah i would rather have the palm pre on sprint too.....screw those crap nokia phones....you know their not good because sprint hasnt carried them in like 4 years
4. Sprntfanboi03 (Posts: 11; Member since: 29 Jun 2009)
ditto, I had no idea nokia still made phones, oooh do they still come with that fun snake game?
5. ralph_denicia (Posts: 14; Member since: 30 Apr 2009)
No, Sprint hasn't carried them cuz they run that lame CDMA network that doesn't let you browse the web and take a call(via Bluetooth of course) at the same time. So much for the Pre being a web connected device huh? Ohh, and just wait until you see a random person in public with the GSM version of the Pre! Just so you know I have nothing against the Palm Pre.