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    Glen Livet
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    I'm looking at getting a new phone. I'd like to get one unlocked, touchscreen, bluetooth, etc.
    What phones do you recommend and why?


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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    Hi Glen Livet,

    What is your budget? Do you want a low, mid, or high-end smartphone?



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    yes i aagree when u tel about your budjet then recomended u which cell phone u get.



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    Sorry guys. I don't wanna spend a lot. I'm thinking somewhere around 200ish i'd consider going to 300 IF it is really worth it to do so.



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    There are probably more options out there, but doing a quick search I found these smartphones, at which you can take a closer look and see if they are what you are looking for. (click the links)

    At Expansys USA:

    - Samsung Galaxy S Duos - $249.99 down from $399 Samsung Galaxy S Duos Dual SIM Android Smartphone White (Unlocked, 850/1900 3G) #S7562L - Expansys USA

    - Samsung Galaxy Fame - $214.99 Samsung GALAXY Fame (White) #GT-S6810PWNBTU - Expansys USA

    At Sony Store USA

    - Xperia Miro - $179 down from $229 Sony Android Smartphone | Xperia miro | XMST23BLKPK Review | Sony Store
    - Xperia P - $279 down from $349 Sony Android Smartphone | Xperia P | XPLT22RD Review | Sony Store


    Like I said, there are other options out there, but these are some of the options that I'd personally check out, at least at first. The reasons being that they're all decently looking smartphones for their price, they are built by well-known mobile manufacturers, and some of them come with Jelly Bean out of the box or can be upgraded to Jelly Bean.
    Last edited by DustenRust; 06-14-2013 at 05:16 AM.



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    There are many in the market and you can get one with good features and Samsung Galaxy series is a better option.



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    Yes ofcourse Samsung Glaxy series is tha beter option and you can get it according to ur budget.
    i am happy.



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    If you have mentioned about quality or robust apps, usage, etc., I would have mentioned something else like. But as you stress more on budget, the best to go with as others said is, Samsung. I'm a proud owner of Samsung Galaxy. Just my 2 cents.



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    Guys,
    How is the Samsung GT Google Nexus S? How's the Samsung Galaxy Y? How's the HTC Inspire 4G? How's HTC HD 7S? How's the LG Optimus L7 P705?
    All are in my budget. Which do y'all think is the better phone in this price range?



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    Re: which unlocked android phone to get?

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Livet View Post
    Guys,
    How's HTC HD 7S?
    The HTC HD 7S is a Windows Phone smartphone, not an Android one. Are you still looking for Android-only as the title suggests? Or are you OK with the Windows Phone line-up as well?



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