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Topic # 57267 8-Feb-2010 08:26
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Hi people, any recommendations for a mobile phone that can smoothly play divX & FLV files would be appreciated. Cheers

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  Reply # 296971 8-Feb-2010 09:28
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most phones will play divx and xvid (including my LG veiwty which is divx certified) FLV is another story though, im not familar with what phones will do that, i convert flv to xvid anyway :)

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  Reply # 296986 8-Feb-2010 10:19
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The Samsung i8910 is great for watching DivX/XVid, including with subtitles. Natively supported and look brilliant on the AMOLED screen. For FLV its not quite as good, but has a dedicated youTube app available if that helps.

My current phone, the HTC HD2, is very good too. You need to purchase Coreplayer in order to play the vids, but once you do its magic watching them on the 800x480 4.3inch screen.




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  Reply # 297379 9-Feb-2010 13:57
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The new LG chocolate is supposed to be excellent for viewing media.




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