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    mateotheman
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    hey im new. i was just sondering wether i should get the samsung p207 or not. it was either between that or the lg l1440i. which should i get


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    enothing
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    get the samsung p207

    I love my cellys



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    tappy
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    check reviews at cnet.com before you jump.



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    Specifications Modes GSM 850 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
    Weight 3.20 oz (91 g)
    Dimensions 3.40" x 1.80" x 0.95" (86 x 46 x 24 mm)
    Form Factor Clamshell
    Stub Antenna
    Battery Life Talk: 5.00 hours (300 minutes)
    Standby: 192 hours (8 days)
    Battery Type LiIon
    Display Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD)
    Colors: 262,144 (18-bit)
    Size: 176 x 220 pixels
    TFT
    Platform / OS (N/A)
    Memory ?
    Phone Book Capacity 1000
    FCC ID A3LSGHP207 (Approved Feb 15, 2005)

    Features Show Missing Features
    2nd Display Location: Front
    65,000-color TFT LCD
    Alarm works when phone is off (in autopower mode)
    Calculator plus currency exchange
    Calendar Yes
    Camera Resolution: VGA (640 x 480)
    night mode, multi-shot, self-timer functions / brightness, contrast controls / 200 photos max
    Custom Graphics Yes
    Custom Ringtones supports MP3 format
    Data-Capable Yes
    E-Mail Client Protocols Supported: POP3, SMTP
    EMS / Picture Messaging Yes
    Games Yes
    High-Speed Data Technology: EGPRS (EDGE)
    Java (J2ME) Yes
    MMS Yes
    Multiple Languages Languages Supported: English, French, Spanish
    Multiple Numbers per Name Numbers per entry: 3
    plus email address
    PC Sync Yes
    Picture ID Yes
    Polyphonic Ringtones Chords: 64
    Predictive Text Entry Technology: T9
    Ringer ID Yes
    Side Keys up/down on left / camera key on right
    SyncML Yes
    Text Messaging 2-Way: Yes
    plus instant messaging
    Text Messaging Templates Yes
    To-Do List Yes
    Vibrate Yes
    Video Capture up to 100 clips / QCIF resolution (176 x 144 pixels)
    Voice Dialing speaker-independent / plus full voice dictation
    Voice Memo Number of entries: 10
    up to 30 seconds each
    Wireless Internet Yes

    I love my cellys



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    Mr_Jon
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    I think you should go with the samsung



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