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Samsung Galaxy Pro B7510 Android Sim Free Unlocked Mobile Phone
I have had this phone about a month now, and I am really impressed by it. As someone who changes their phone more often than getting their nails done, I was worried about going backwards (previous phone to this was htc wildfire s). But i really wanted something with a touch screen and propper qwerty keyboard. This screen may not have the best resolution on paper, but as it is a smaller screen to full touch screen phones, i dont think this matters too much. and although it is only android 2.2, the format works for the phone.Easy to set up and use, pleasure to text on and surf the net. The battery is also good as well, i get about 3 days charge on mine.Well worth the price (altohugh I would say shop around as the price varies online quite a bit).the only problem I have is finding a nice case for it as it is a bit wide!
Motorola FlipOut Android / Sim Free / Unlocked Mobile Phone
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I have had this phone for about 3 weeks now and so far so good (apart from one freeze after I made a call on it). The phone is easy to use if you are new to android. The battery does me for about 2-3 days without a charge but I do not have my 3G on all the time and not always playing on it. If it was in constant use then yes I can see it would need to be charged everyday as apps etc eat away at the battery life. But having said that all phone are the same, the more you use the more you charge!The texting is nice with a solid keyboard that you slide out to reveal. Despite the price the phone feels sturdy when used/slid open.The screen is an ok size for using the internet etcThe only problem I have with my phone is the back cover doesn't clip on properly and has a habit of coming off when I'm on a call, but I don't think this is a fault with all flipouts. Hopefully buying a new back will sort this.My previous phone was the Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 mini pro and they are 2 good phones to compare. The keyboards on both are very easy to use; both have the same style of andriod on (custom for a smaller phone) which is easy to grasp and navigate, the screen I think it slightly better on the Motorola as it is wider than the mini pro so feels beter on the eye on internet/social networking sites.For the price of this phone you can't really expect as much as a full blown smart phone, but what you do get is a nice little phone.