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Topic # 64990 27-Jul-2010 10:51
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Hi all,
Im trying to find a mobile phone with the following in order of importance...cheers

1/ Good MP3 player with 3.5mm jack output. I need buttons (not touch screen) for rewinding, forwarding, stop etc. I listen to audiobooks etc while travelling and buttons make it way easier and safer. External Storage option at least 16g prefer 32g.

2/ GPS

3/ Video player avi & divx

Thanks

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  Reply # 357003 27-Jul-2010 10:57
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SonyEricsson have lots of models that would fit your criteria in their Walkman branded phone range.




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  Reply # 357049 27-Jul-2010 12:10
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The samsung i5700 is the only phone I know of with xvid/divx support. Also has 3.5mm and gps.

Android 1.6 upgradable to 2.1 I think.




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  Reply # 357059 27-Jul-2010 12:30
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davidcole: The samsung i5700 is the only phone I know of with xvid/divx support. Also has 3.5mm and gps.

Android 1.6 upgradable to 2.1 I think.
And it's touch screen, which is one of the "don't wants"...




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  Reply # 357063 27-Jul-2010 12:34
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Hmmm with what you listed, both wants and don't-wants... And all I'll say is 'Good luck' if you don't want touch-screen...




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  Reply # 357079 27-Jul-2010 13:04
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How about a Nokia C6? Nokia has best GPS capabilities thanks to Ovi maps.

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  Reply # 357238 27-Jul-2010 17:24
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If you want DivX then you really need a Samsung, but most are touch screens. Perhaps try them, there are plenty of interfaces with large finger friendly buttons in the music player on offer.




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  Reply # 357268 27-Jul-2010 18:09
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Thanks guys, the Sony Walkmans look very button friendly which has grabbed my attention. There are quite a few phones that play divX but the ones Ive seen are touch screen. Is there a good comparison website out there?
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  Reply # 357281 27-Jul-2010 18:29
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Yes, take a look at http://www.gsmarena.com. A good site to compare phones.

If you can wait, go for the Nokia N8 - it has it all!!!!

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  Reply # 357840 28-Jul-2010 17:17
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I don't think the N8 has DivX though, it was mentioned initially but has since dropped off the specs sheets.




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  Reply # 357956 28-Jul-2010 21:05
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Nokia N8 is touchscreen, which as said by the Op, it's a no-no!




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