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Which phone do you recommend?

Posted By wynter on Apr 19, 2007 at 12:28PM

My phone has officially kicked the bucket. I was trying to hold off until Mother's Day, but that's impossible now. It hardly holds a charge for more than a few hours now, and Brandon has torn off most of the number keys (I've been using a pen to dial - lol). I could tolerate all of that for a few weeks, but my pin bent where it gets charged somehow (still haven't figured that one out), so I can't charge it now. Nice.

Since I haven't replaced my phone in a couple of years, I can definitely get the upgrade with the cell phone company. I just need to decide which one to get. So...which would you girls recommend?

This is the one I have now...RIP phone

These are the ones I'm looking at.

1) Motoroloa Razr V3MR Red (I love the color)

The update to the CDMA RAZR adds a memory card slot and music player. Other features remain the same, including EV-DO high-speed data, Bluetooth, and a megapixel camera with video capture, dual color displays, speakerphone, and speaker-independent voice dialing.

2) Motoroloa KRZR K1M

BREW® capable
Bluetooth Connectivity
EVDO high-speed data access
Video clip capture and playback
Camera - 1.3 megapixel digital camera with 4x digital zoom
Messaging - Picture and video capable
Caller ID - Photo caller ID
Voice activated Dialing
Memory - SD memory card slot
Speakerphone
MP3 player - supports MP3, AAC and AAC + formats
Ring Tone - 72 polyphonic sound engine
Built-in mini-USB connector
PC sync with optional software
Memory - 64MB internal
Size - Dimensions (H x W x D) : 103 x 44 x 17 mm
Display - External Color

3) Motorola SLVR (L7C) Slim Bar Camera

Slip connectivity into your shirt pocket with the MOTOSLVR L7c. Packing CDMA 1x connectivity, camera and MP3 player into the elegant and slim design, the L7c boasts timeless beauty, rich multimedia, location-based services and hands-free convenience via Bluetooth® wireless technology.

Design - Slim
Camera - 8-step digital zoom
Video clip capture and playback
BREW® capable
Bluetooth Connectivity
WAP internet capable
MP3 Player
Messaging - Text Messaging (SMS/MMS)
Memory - TransFlash memory card support
Location-based services (LBS) applications

4) Nokia 6265

The Nokia 6265 is the ultimate in sophisticated style. The high resolution screen and sliding action will impress you right out of the box. Not only that, but it's feature-packed with a 2-megapixel camera, MP3 player, video recorder, Bluetooth connectivity, and more.

BREW® capable
Bluetooth Connectivity
Bluetooth hands-free headset and car kit support
Display - Large, vivid color display
Phonebook - 500 numbers
Radio - FM Radio (optional headset available)
Speakerphone
Voice activated Dialing
Camera - 2 megapixel with video capture, zoom and flash
Battery life - Standby Time up to 12 days*
Battery life - Talk Time up to 3.5 hours*
Display - 240 x 320 pixel display, up to 262,144 colors
Display - Screen image rotates for landscape view
Infrared port
Memory - SD memory card slot
Memory - Up to 24 MB internal memory
Ring Tone - MP3, MIDI and video ring tone
Size - Dimensions: 3.86 x 1.89 x 0.87 inches
Video - Advanced video and audio streaming
USB connectivity

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