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Topic # 64744 21-Jul-2010 21:53
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I can't decide which phone to get either the HTC touch2, or the HTC tattoo and the Nokia5800Xpressmusic  
they are all about $350-$450 here is a link to their specs: http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?j=351245,482816,486982 please help me decide.
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  Reply # 354644 21-Jul-2010 22:07
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It depends what functions are important to you. Let us know so we can help further.

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  Reply # 354785 22-Jul-2010 10:24
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Nokia 5800 has turn-by-turn navigation for free in about 80 countries worldwide. Apart from that, this phone is pretty useless.

HTC Tattoo is android but the resolution is bad, a lot of apps don't support this small resolution. I suggest you go for LG Optimus instead, if you are keen for Android.

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  Reply # 355178 23-Jul-2010 02:08
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Hmm...  LG Optimus is a little more expensive than the HTC Tattoo Appsoccer1 is looking at, though that is in the same general price range.


Here is the cheapest half dozen Androids from pricespy:

http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?j=494354,486982,563571,593715,526607,432087

Although if we are going to consider LG's Andriod offerings then why not go for the LG GW620? Not only is it the cheapest of the lot, it has the better screen and a qwerty keyboard too.




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