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Top Five Pink Cell Phones

Updated on February 22, 2010

Pink cell Phones have become as much a fashion statement as a communications tool. People like to personalize their phones with ringtones, screens, and even the color. You can get them in different colors, but pink seems to be one of the more popular colors, other than black. Sometimes it's hard to find a list of pink phones all in one place. Let's take a look at some of the highest rated pink cell phones from Amazon. You can sort phones by highest rated and best selling. It's a good way to find what phones are some of the best. Amazon is a good cross section of products, and people aren't afraid to complain about what they don't like.

The Motorola L6 is a skinny pink mobile phone, that is quad band and world ready. It's got bluetooth, voice dialing, mobile email, and a camera. The internal address book can hold 500 hundred contacts, with picture ID so you can see who is calling. It supports mp3 and polyphonic ringtones. If you'd like to use a bluetooth headset you've also got that ability. You can send and receive pictures text graphics, and sound with messages. There's a built in email client, and wireless web browser. This is an unlocked cell phone, you'll need to add the SIM card from your cell provider.

One of the highest rated pink phones on Amazon by customer rating is the LG KP500. The KP500 is a quad band GSM phone, that means you can use it in Europe with a pay as you go SIM card, or use it in the US with certain carriers. It's got a 3 megapixel camera, which is on par with most cell phones. It can take an Micro SD card to expand the memory, up to 16 gigabytes. It's a pink touch screen phone, the touch screen phones are becoming more and more popular these days. It has bluethooth and can also play mp4's like many of the newer phones.

Pink Razr

The LG KS360 is a candybar pink slide phone, as well as having a touch screen.  It's a tri band phone, and has a 2 megapixel Camera, not quite as good as some of the others on the list, but it can take video too.  It comes with an email client and bluetooth and is a mp3 player with FM radio.  It's one of the cheaper touch screen phones, especially considering the fact that it has a slide qwerty keyboard.  It seems that a lot of the reviewers have complained about it's ruggedness, so it's something to consider if you're hard on phones.

The pink Razor (Razr actually) is on the front page of the Amazon search twice.  It could probably be considered the grandfather (grandmother) of pink cell phones.  It was one of the first to be released in color (only 2004) and was a big deal for the time.  It was originally marketed as a "fashion" cell phone at a premium price, but the price was lowered a year later and sales took off.  The current Razr model is the RazrV3 a third generation phone.  It comes in two colors pink, and hot pink.  It's a fairly standard, no frills phone, it's got a camera, and 5 gigs of memory, but it's a good deal on a time tested model.

The Samsung S5230 Tocco Lite is a slide phone that is almost a twin to the LG KP500 with out the slide out keyboard.  It's a quad band GSM phone so it won't work with every US carrier, T-Mobile and AT&T are two US GSM carriers.  It's got a 3 Mp camera like the KP500, it plays Mp3/videos and is an FM radio, it supports Micro SD cards up to 16 gigabytes.  Like most of the other pink cell phones here, it's got bluetooth, and web browsing/email clients built in. It's a Toutch screen with auto-rotate.

All these pink phones are highest rated and best selling on Amazon.  Because phone technology changes so fast the best sellers will always change.  Sometimes there will be a phone that is able to change with the times, or is such a classic that it stays around for generations, like the Razr.  If you can't find the pink cell phone that you want, there's always a pink case, right?


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