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  1. #1
    Craig Stevens
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    What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    features?





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  2. #2
    Craig Stevens
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    Re: Best current phone?

    "Evan Platt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 19:07:05 GMT, "Craig Stevens" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    >>features?

    >
    > Select your carrier first, then phone. Not the other way around.


    OK, I have the following phones available to me.

    http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/com...cturerMONTHLY=





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    Re: Best current phone?

    Sony Ericsson K600i because it has bluetooth, 3G, good RF performance
    and looks reasonable. The battery life is slightly shorter than I'd
    like though.

    Others may have a different opinion and it really depends on what you
    need. If email was your main priority, I'd go for a Blackberry...




  4. #4
    strange_too
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    Re: Best current phone?

    I loving my Nokia 6680, but don't get the tangoed version!!





  5. #5
    Liam B
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    Re: Best current phone?


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Sony Ericsson K600i because it has bluetooth, 3G, good RF performance
    > and looks reasonable. The battery life is slightly shorter than I'd
    > like though.


    K600 has no memory stick, so no good for MP3s. V800/W800 does but it's a
    big bugger (no radio too)! Both these, have ok cameras but the K750 has a
    fab camera in comparison but is not 3G. Why can't they make a 3G version of
    the K750? Why do SE always leave one wanting? :'-(

    Why get 3G anyway? You can watch Big Brother or football...wow! Great to
    link to a laptop and surf at broadband speeds, but at more that 2 quid a meg
    for low users, you will have a massive bill in no time. You get a gig a
    month off Orange for the first three months and then after that, 75 quid a
    month for business users?? If using with a laptop remember to turn your
    windows update off and autoupdates for progs too, as in a matter of minutes
    you can download 20 quids worth of data without being aware as it is so fast
    or while messing with your coffee in the train, you retrieve an email with
    three MP3s your mate sent you for a princely sum. You have time to panic
    with GPRS and do something about it.. You can change all the settings to
    prevent this, but you have to remember them all and change them between the
    mobile and static environments. It is easier with Linux I find. If you use
    it for chat, emails, squeezered pages to conserve data usage: you might as
    well use GPRS as it is ok and you can get a decent phone with a battery
    that lasts longer than one day and does not look like a Nissan in your
    pocket.

    Anyone got any good ideas for using 3G which is cheap and cheerful?



    >
    > Others may have a different opinion and it really depends on what you
    > need. If email was your main priority, I'd go for a Blackberry...
    >


    I'd go for a K750 if looking for a Sony Ericsson. I can't comment on Nokias
    as I have little experience of them.

    Liam B





  6. #6
    Nick Drew
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    Re: Best current phone?

    > What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    > features?


    Ah, one of the easy questions..... If you want features, go for a
    smartphone - Sony P910i, O2 XDA II, PalmOne Treo. Good looks? Nokia 8800,
    perhaps. To be honest, looks are subjective, and features is a bit difficult
    as a yardstick unless we know what you want....

    Nick





  7. #7
    news
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    Re: Best current phone?

    Craig Stevens wrote:
    > What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full
    > of features?


    MDA compact, HTC/generic





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    Taylor
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    Re: Best current phone?

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Sony Ericsson K600i because it has bluetooth, 3G, good RF performance
    > and looks reasonable. The battery life is slightly shorter than I'd
    > like though.
    >
    > Others may have a different opinion and it really depends on what you
    > need. If email was your main priority, I'd go for a Blackberry...


    Try the sony ericsson W800.... it's a fully upgraded version of the k750i -
    basically with GREAT mp3 functionality.... it's like a proper mp3 player
    with a phone, and you can have the mp3player-mode on without the phone being
    on....yay!

    All phones have their drawbacks, bu the k750i on it's own is a pretty good
    phone.

    If the w800 walkman phone was a mixture of the 6230i also i'd probably
    splash out the 300 on it... but fook that.





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    Notan
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    Re: Best current phone?

    Craig Stevens wrote:
    >
    > What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    > features?


    With all due respect, you're an idiot.

    What good is a phone that "looks good and <is> full of features,"
    if it doesn't get good reception?

    Notan



  10. #10
    Craig Stevens
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    Re: Best current phone?

    "Joseph" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 19:07:05 GMT, "Craig Stevens" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    >>features?

    >
    > Did you even *bother* to do any research on your own? Such a wide
    > open question will have hundreds of different answers and opinions.


    Yes, and did you even *bother* to contemplate that I wanted hundreds of
    different answers and opinions? For **** sake...





  11. #11
    Craig Stevens
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    Re: Best current phone?

    "Notan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Craig Stevens wrote:
    >>
    >> What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    >> features?

    >
    > With all due respect, you're an idiot.
    >
    > What good is a phone that "looks good and <is> full of features,"
    > if it doesn't get good reception?


    I'm not asking whether it has a good reception or not. I asked what phone
    has the best features and looks good you ****ing thick ****.





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    Craig Stevens
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    Re: Best current phone?

    "Nick Drew" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    >> features?

    >
    > Ah, one of the easy questions..... If you want features, go for a
    > smartphone - Sony P910i, O2 XDA II, PalmOne Treo. Good looks? Nokia 8800,
    > perhaps. To be honest, looks are subjective, and features is a bit
    > difficult as a yardstick unless we know what you want....


    Thanks Nick.





  13. #13
    Craig Stevens
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    Re: Best current phone?

    "Taylor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Sony Ericsson K600i because it has bluetooth, 3G, good RF performance
    >> and looks reasonable. The battery life is slightly shorter than I'd
    >> like though.
    >>
    >> Others may have a different opinion and it really depends on what you
    >> need. If email was your main priority, I'd go for a Blackberry...

    >
    > Try the sony ericsson W800.... it's a fully upgraded version of the
    > k750i - basically with GREAT mp3 functionality.... it's like a proper mp3
    > player with a phone, and you can have the mp3player-mode on without the
    > phone being on....yay!
    >
    > All phones have their drawbacks, bu the k750i on it's own is a pretty good
    > phone.
    >
    > If the w800 walkman phone was a mixture of the 6230i also i'd probably
    > splash out the 300 on it... but fook that.


    Thanks people, sounds great.





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    Craig Stevens
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    Re: Best current phone?

    "Joseph" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 19:22:34 GMT, "Craig Stevens" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>"Evan Platt" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]
    >>> On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 19:07:05 GMT, "Craig Stevens" <[email protected]>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    >>>>features?
    >>>
    >>> Select your carrier first, then phone. Not the other way around.

    >>
    >>OK, I have the following phones available to me.
    >>
    >>http://www.carphonewarehouse.com/com...cturerMONTHLY=

    >
    > What's most important to you?


    Small size, looks nice, MP3 player (with large capacity and easy to use).





  15. #15
    Notan
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    Re: Best current phone?

    Craig Stevens wrote:
    >
    > "Notan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > Craig Stevens wrote:
    > >>
    > >> What mobile is the best out there? By that I mean looks good and full of
    > >> features?

    > >
    > > With all due respect, you're an idiot.
    > >
    > > What good is a phone that "looks good and <is> full of features,"
    > > if it doesn't get good reception?

    >
    > I'm not asking whether it has a good reception or not. I asked what phone
    > has the best features and looks good you ****ing thick ****.


    Oh, sorry. I didn't realize who I was dealing with.

    Head over to the lab... Maybe Q has something you'd like.

    Notan



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