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Reply # 38207 12-Jun-2006 07:50
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Thanks guys, youve been very helpful.
unlucky me found a sharp gx10 that still works in my draw :(
wahhhhh!
It might have to meet an untimely death :)

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Reply # 38208 12-Jun-2006 08:50
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Then please post pics of it being killed or even a vid. Be creative
[edit: now makes sense]



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Reply # 38210 12-Jun-2006 08:54
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Brillant idea!!!

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Reply # 38227 12-Jun-2006 10:55
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dbowe: So i had a quick look around to see what would be the phone best suited to my needs....which are as follows...

fliptop

A2DP bluetooth

at least 512mb card

Good battery life for mp3 playback....



I thought about the Motorola v3x RAZR...

Or do you think there is a better phone out there for me?....


The only phone currently on the market that has all those features is the V3X, apart from the E770, 8800 and Windows Mobile 5.0 devices, no other phone VFNZ sell currently has A2DP.

There are more with those features coming, but probably not this month.

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