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Topic # 4490 26-Jul-2005 16:43
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Hi evry1,

I'm very interested in buying a Sharp GX 15, are there any phones with similar features that are worth looking at before hand????

Also, does anybody have a GX 15 that they would like to sell to me????

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Reply # 17100 27-Jul-2005 02:58
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Look at others and compare for yourself, Particuary the Sony Ericsson k300i.

Good points...
Screen perfectly visible in brightday light (Ericsson and nokia suck)
Fantastic camera (lo res) good video recordings (nokia suck)
Never crashes, dies. (ericsson Sucks)
Fast menu operations, intuative, confortable navigations (ericsson sucks, nokia not much better)
East TXT and Good MMS composer (Nokia sucks)
Designed for vodafone
Sturdy
good Sounding ringtones (nokia suck)
Allows sending/reciving Ringers/images via Infrared FREE (C'Mon Nokia! Copyright protection!)

Bad points,
Ringtones are far too quiet, speaker is a pathetic. (Sony ericsson rule)
battery life a bit poor but charges rapidly and has a bit of warning (Nokia rule this roost)
Smallish keypad but lovely and soft with nice SEPARATED KEYS!!. (ericsson are better than nokia marginally)
Vodafoneised
Bluetooth (fine for headsets but hopeless

Apart from the quiet ringers, I love this phone even though it's VodaNised,

It boasts no Flashy Extra's. but does it's core job superbly



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Reply # 17190 28-Jul-2005 15:35
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So is there any1 out there that is interested in selling me their Sharp GX15???

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 17193 28-Jul-2005 15:49
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PARADOXSM: (Ericsson and nokia suck)(nokia suck)(ericsson Sucks)(ericsson sucks, nokia not much better)(Nokia sucks)(nokia suck)(C'Mon Nokia! Copyright protection!)(Sony ericsson rule)(Nokia rule this roost)(ericsson are better than nokia marginally)(fine for headsets but hopeless) Apart from the quiet ringers, I love this phone even though it's VodaNised

Tell us what you -really- think LOL

"VodaNised" - nice word...




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Reply # 17202 28-Jul-2005 17:43

Hi,

I have a sharp GX15 here at home and I want to sell it. I only have the phone and the charger are you interested?

Daniel



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Reply # 17203 28-Jul-2005 18:02
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Yes I am, what sort of price are you looking for and what condition is it in?

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Reply # 17204 28-Jul-2005 18:11

Its in good condition has had the software updated and runs super fast. It has a few outside scratches but the screen dosent have any scratches. Im wanting to sell it for $270+ as they go for around 300 on trademe so that seams reasonable. If you still interested drop me an email.

producer@kickbacktv.com

Cheers Daniel



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Reply # 17332 1-Aug-2005 11:25
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Is there anybody else looking to sell??? The last offer was just over how much I am prepared to spend.



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Reply # 17515 3-Aug-2005 21:34
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I just saw that Bond & Bond now sell Sharp GX 15's for $250 brand new. So how much lower can you go Daniel / KickbackTV ???

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Reply # 17516 3-Aug-2005 22:11
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Quote.. Disenchanted...

PARADOXSM: (Ericsson and nokia suck)(nokia suck)(ericsson Sucks)(ericsson sucks, nokia not much better)(Nokia sucks)(nokia suck)(C'Mon Nokia! Copyright protection!)(Sony ericsson rule)(Nokia rule this roost)(ericsson are better than nokia marginally)(fine for headsets but hopeless) Apart from the quiet ringers, I love this phone even though it's VodaNised

Tell us what you -really- think LOL

"VodaNised" - nice word...


I mean it in the way of the features. the feature of the sharp and next to it, what brand generally fails in this area. Note I'm self employed now and no longer in my role which enabled me to play with piles of differennt phones.

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Reply # 17523 3-Aug-2005 23:09

$215 and its yours but thats not including postage. Not taking it any lower.

Cheers Daniel

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