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#22339 24-May-2008 15:25
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Hey everyone.

I'm in the market for a new phone at the moment because my v3x is getting a bit past it. My current main choices for a new phone are the Nokia 6121 and the Sony Ericsson W910i. I have discounts from vodafone for both of these phones, the 6121 for $374, and the W910i for $424. These are only valid untill the end of May, and would like to make use of them unless there is a superiour phone for the same price availible.

I mainly sms and voice call, so they are my main priorities. A reasonable camera would also be nice, something comparable to my v3x with the quality setting edited to get a better image. I would also like to be able to record video that is an alright quality and also listen to music off the phone and get a reasonable sound from it through a headset. It would be good to also have better reception for 3G as I can only get one or two out of three bars reception from my house.

Suggestions of other phones would be helpful too.

Thanks in advance.

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  #133037 24-May-2008 17:40
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Nokia 6121 is 900Mhz 3G capable, so best option for overall coverage and voice quality, and ya never know depending on where your are, you may get better 3G.




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  #133097 25-May-2008 11:53
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Do you have any idea about the camera quality? I haven't been able to find any pictures it's taken. That's one thing i like about the sony ericssons with the cybershot cameras..

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