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Topic # 4656 14-Aug-2005 12:37
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First of all... I like clamshells more, The sanyo is kind of ugly. and i don't know about the Nokia its kinda ugly but thats not an issue


IF.. you own these phones can you please state me good and bad Fectures and such as i need to choose really soon.

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Reply # 18332 14-Aug-2005 17:53
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Hmm Well if Push to Talk is important then get the Sanyo, otherwise the Samsung is a nice choice, an alright Clamshell with Video for $399




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Reply # 18354 14-Aug-2005 23:12
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I would stay away from the Samsung , it has a very poor menu , and the WAP broswer , does not support a very rich user experience. The 8200 , gives you PTT , Pics, extra , and has a very good menu

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 18397 15-Aug-2005 19:58
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if you want PTT get the Sanyo - its a nice phone.

If you dont want PTT, then get the 6235, but test a working model before you buy as you may hate the joystick directional thingimabob.




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Reply # 18579 17-Aug-2005 15:55
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The nokia 6235 isn't a clamshell so you probably wouldn't like that. The samsung A680 which I have sent quite a few away for texting issues probably isn't the way to go either. Ever since I first went away from Nokia to a Sanyo I was convinced... The Sanyo would definately be the best choice, it is the most user friendly.



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Reply # 18744 19-Aug-2005 15:39
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Yes i guess so, but does it have Video???? Because i really wanted video

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Reply # 18745 19-Aug-2005 15:53
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Sanyo 7400 - best phone I have ever had.

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Reply # 18748 19-Aug-2005 16:28
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5600 for me... it's a 7400 with better camera and mp3 player...

But I must say I did like my old 7400




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Reply # 18777 20-Aug-2005 14:33
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I personally would pick the nokia 6235, great little phone. I dont mind the joystick, just takes a little bit of getting used to.


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