My Samsung mobile is annoying me.Any suggestions for new cell phone?
So many cell phones out there.
I hear so many complain about their new mobile, whatever make, hey its only a phone. Stuffing so many applications just loads a little machine, drains batteries faster, ask yourself what do you really want! a phone or a laptop!
Touch screen phones suck!!! They are so annoying. These damn cellphones do everything but maintain a phone call properly. Talking isn't even the freaking main function anymore!
Anything on the Android market. Can't really go wrong with a HTC.
For gosh sakes just whatever you do, DO NOT get an iPhone. Don't let Apple suck you in as I have seen done to so much of the population. Just some friendly advice:)
It really depends on the kind of features you want on your phone. Again, Android is a good option. They have a good variety of phones but all of them are good. Just do a bit of research. Think about what you will actually use your phone for and then just research which phones will meet those needs.
If you go into a phone store and ask a person who works there they will help you find something that suites you.
I have had the verizon voyager for over 2 years. It is a touch screen and still looks like new. I really enjoy it.
Before buying your new phone,Try to look some phone reviews through Google.Recently i bought my new phone through the phone reviews.So only i would suggest this.After choose your phone,go to any local shop and buy an unlocked one.Because you can change any carrier when you need.But cost of the unlocked phone is higher than locked phone.So better buy a locked one and unlock your mobile phone using http://www.unlock-zone.com/supported-phones/rs5wp7/ I hope it will be very useful to you
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