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Topic # 84998 10-Jun-2011 21:02
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Hi All

In the market for a Andriod phone... Looking around 300-350 ish mark on www.pricespy.co.nz


Any recommendations?

After a large screen so I can txt easier lol

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  Reply # 479939 10-Jun-2011 22:35
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get defy







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  Reply # 479952 10-Jun-2011 23:15
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Is that on vodafone?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 479958 10-Jun-2011 23:55
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stilldawn: Is that on vodafone?


yes

http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=760260

 





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  Reply # 479981 11-Jun-2011 09:06
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I would say optimus one but a defy at that price is a bargain!



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  Reply # 480029 11-Jun-2011 12:26
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I dont think I can actually get it for that price...

So any other suggestions?  

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  Reply # 480031 11-Jun-2011 12:34
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X5 or LG p500. Both good mid-range phones with a lot of customisation options on the net.

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  Reply # 480038 11-Jun-2011 12:57
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Have a look on http://www.mobicity.co.nz/ they have quite a wide range of phones. The HTC wildife sits in your price range, but the screen is only 3.2".

You might have to spend more like $400-$600 if you want a decent size screen.

Samsung Galaxy Ace is in this bracket and has a generous screen size.

If you increase your budget you could get an Ideos X5 (from 2degrees, works equally well on Vodafone) which is usually $550 but can sometimes be had for $400 with topup specials. I have one, its an awesome phone and has decent sized screen

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  Reply # 480039 11-Jun-2011 12:58
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Defy now 397 @ infotech

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  Reply # 480177 11-Jun-2011 21:46
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defy has superior hardware in comparison to other mid-range phones available atm





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  Reply # 480384 12-Jun-2011 18:21
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Another +1 for the Defy. A very happy owner! I got mine at Eking.co.nz who are currently selling it for 399.

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  Reply # 480403 12-Jun-2011 19:23
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+1 again for the defy




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  Reply # 480617 13-Jun-2011 13:34
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defy is better than LG p500, defy better cpu support flash

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  Reply # 480715 13-Jun-2011 19:06
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In that price bracket I'd also go for the Defy.




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  Reply # 480717 13-Jun-2011 19:13
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You can currently get a Samsung Galaxy S for $699 at DSE..




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  Reply # 484966 23-Jun-2011 12:57
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Im currently looking at these:

Samsung Galaxy 551
LG Optimus One P500
Samsung Galaxy Ace
LG Optimus Me

Which one of those are the best?

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