the last topic that i had created was POLL ON BROWSERS...
Since i am interested in knowing about people choices,i decided to create another topic which again refers to POLL.this tym im interested in knowing about the cell phones..so choose favourite from the list below..
3. SONY ERICSON
Taking the initiative again..my fav from the above list is definitely MOTOROLA..i had Razr v3i 2 years back n rite now im using Rockr E6 n must say Its a Dynamite in all aspects..thanx
I have worked in the industry (wireless) for 6 years now and I would say it is hard to select the best. Each maker has had some fantastic phones (motorola 815, v4 Razr, LG 8000 series and ENV series etc) but each has had some serious crap as well. I think that overall consistency would go to LG and Nokia. But it is hard to say as there is so much variance.
I have a Nokia and a Sony Ericsson, I like them both
Mine is LG. Good in accepting reports and updates of my online fax service.
I have a motorola. I love it, some sort of razr I believe.
I like Samsung , Samsung has come with a good number of mobile phones recently.
i was thinking that this thread is related with the cell phones issue and for me the big issue for mine LG VX85810 is the cell signals of my cell prvider ...i am not able to attend my call inside the house ...somebody has suggested me to use cell amplfiers from the wilson online tore ..can i ger here some info on that as this one is related with cell phones...
Your hub seems to preclude the Apple variety of mole phone, what a pity. So my next choice (apart from the iPhone) would be the HTC Hero. It is amazing.
Well I'm outside in the weather most of the time so I needed tough more than features, so I have the Casio Gzone. Its similar in construction as the G-Shock watch it's a Verizon. Verison has been the best for coverage, cost and service we've used.
Mine is a motorola, and I have a Boost Mobile Service, which I am very happy with. Flat fee, everything included, $50/mo
Your list is incomplete. I use Blackberry, and it has been one of the best phones I've had. I have actually had 3 different models of Blackberry, and all were nothing but reliable. Wife has a Moto RAZR and it's okay. I worked in the industry as well, and the Motorola phones were problematic with lots of battery and signal issues. They were NOT one of my top three choices.
From your list and my experience the Sony/Ericsson were the worst, and my faves would be Nokia and LG. I am considering the HTC Hero for myself, but in my experience the HTC phones have been hit or miss.
LG - chocolate for me...simple and keypad is big enough for my hands
What about RIM's Blackberry? It's the best seller for a smart phone!
I've been using blackberrys for about 3 years. Before that, I was a fan of the Motorola Razr, however I doubt they make that anymore and I could never live without a smartphone, anyways.
Samsung - Good Phones & Cheap Price
Sony Ericsson - I feel costly when compared to Samsung
Nokia - Good but need some change.
Motorolla - No Idea!!!!Never used it!
I am getting rid of my dinosaur treo and looking at getting a Droid. I would like to get an iphone but I need verizon for the coverage. Any feed back on the Droid?
I am using a Nokia N82 for about one and half year and I am satisfied with its performance.
I am still running my old Nokia 95. It does what I want. Takes great video and has 2 cameras.
Oh and it makes phone calls too!
All my kids have Iphones.
hello everyone ...........i am using Nokia 5800 Express music for about six months and i am satisfied with the performance........what i think is that Nokia makes life easy and suits everyone.........
Samsung...why...because it made sense at the time..technology changes so quickly...i'm not up on what is the latest and best of the latest.
Out of all those kinds of cell phones I have used Motorola Razr is the best. (The worst is Samsung) in my opinion of course!
I use Samsung cell phone, but I think Nokia has good build quality.
Definitely NOKIA..they come up with great models and very reliable.We get good customer care too.So nokia all the way for me..!!!
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