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Topic # 9005 13-Aug-2006 11:24
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I am confused what to choose because there are so many things avail in the market. lookin to buy a good one.

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  Reply # 43825 13-Aug-2006 12:01
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well lookin 4 a mobile wid a good cam. i dont really care bout mp3 player coz gotta ipod video. i was usin p910i.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 43829 13-Aug-2006 13:37
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  Reply # 43830 13-Aug-2006 13:51
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I agree with Cokemaster...




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Reply # 43837 13-Aug-2006 15:31
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ok. My fault. (Normal Words) I want to have a mobile phone that is having a good camera a large display with touchscreen. I was using sony p910i for an year, as it is stolen i have to buy a new one so can anyone suggest me a good one. I was planning to buy I-mate jasjar or o2 exec but thought to take some advice from expertise (You all). Please sort out my problem as soon as possible because i need to have it quick. I think thats not txting language.


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Reply # 43842 13-Aug-2006 18:36
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The Jasjar is great if you want a nice screen and a large keyboard. Also it connects to 3G (UMTS, not the upcoming HSDPA. It's heavy though and the battery can go really fast.

The JAMIN is nice and small, but the screen is smaller (you can change the font size though) and it connects only to GPRS, being very slow for data.

I have a Jasjar (VFNZ) and an Apache (TNZ). I like the Apache better for size and speed (much faster for data on CDMA EVDO), but the screen on the Jasjar is a winner.


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  Reply # 43843 13-Aug-2006 18:42
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Thanks for the reply Freitas!! Well i can go upto 1700$. As you are using jasjar can you please tell me what is the battery standby time? Is it even worse then o2 xdaIIs? My brother is using one of those and he told me its about a day or something. Cant really go for Apache because i have to go for GSM and not CDMA. Is there A N Y difference between o2 exec and i-mate jasjar because i am getting o2 exec cheaper.


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Reply # 43844 13-Aug-2006 18:59
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The standby time for me is about a day, but I have data always on due to push e-mail, so you might have a bit more. There's no difference between the Jasjar and the O2 Exec, except for some cosmetic changes (like the blue backlight in the keyboard instead of orange). Also I am not sure the O2 Exec is running the lastest OS version (Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU 2), which the Jasjar is certainly using.








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Reply # 43845 13-Aug-2006 19:04
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So Now its just o2 exec and jasjar. Now please tell me what do you suggest? the only thing why i want to go for o2 is that my brother is using the same brand and i am getting about 350$ cheaper. That would be my last question. Cheers!!

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Reply # 43849 13-Aug-2006 19:42
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Thanks a million for solving my problem Mauricio. To be more clear its from parallel imported. And i will take the extended warrenty so i am on the safer side. Thanks again. Cheers!!

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  Reply # 43854 13-Aug-2006 20:08
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eewww. parallel imports... Make sure extended warranty is recognised in NZ especially such an expensive device...




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Reply # 43857 13-Aug-2006 20:21
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Well how can i check whether the warranty will work here or not? If you think its not safe i can even go for Vodafone because i dont want to waste 1500$$ just for saving couple or hundreds.


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