Which is the best cell phone to use?

Pakistan
October 22, 2010 9:27am CST
Which is the best cell phone to use? In th range of $200 to $300. Plz Plz guide me. I am confused.
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5 responses
22 Oct 10
I'm not sure on the us prices, although you should take a look at the Nokia N86 as it's a very decent phone. I have it and I can't believe how powerful it is and although quite a few people have complained about it being quiet or slow in responding I haven't had many issues with it and consider it to be the best phone I have owned.
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• Pakistan
24 Oct 10
N86 I can't see it before Anyhow whats the price? Now I have E63
24 Oct 10
From £200 to £300. I guess in the states it might be a little higher but it's a very worth while phone and the pictures look amazing. Try googling it buddy :)
@sk66rc (4261)
• United States
22 Oct 10
This might be a silly question but what do you wanna do with a phone? I mean if you're looking to just talk & moderate text messages, pretty much any phone would do. At that point, it would be a personal preference. Also, it depends on what type of phone you're looking for, slider, flip, candy bar? If you are looking to do little more than that, may be one of the smart phones. I personally have used iphones, 1st generation & 3G then 3Gs, & I didn't like them. Battery life wasn't all that great. Because of my work, I use my phone a lot & I'm on the road a lot. Iphones froze all the time & I constantly found myself tied to car charger. I now have blackberry bold 9700 & it's been pretty good to me. I'm not saying blackberry is best phone out there but for 4 years I've had it, first 8120 then 9700, I haven't had too much problems with it. Also you should look into what service providers are best in your area. Phones like iphone is, for now, exclusive to At&T. Even if you like certain phones exclusive to certain service providers, if the service isn't all that great in your area, no point in getting that phone.
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• Pakistan
24 Oct 10
BUT now I have 255$ only so, guide me in my range plz?
@kevingee (283)
• Philippines
22 Oct 10
I think Apple IPhone is still the best phone in the world. I mean the innovative idea of making that phone is just WONDERFUL! :D
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• Pakistan
23 Oct 10
model plz?
@Q_Savvy (131)
• India
4 Nov 10
I agree with Rosekiss. However, I think you'll get it in your range only if you buy it on a contract basis. If you want a SIM free phone, I'd recommend something from these options: 1) Samsung Wave S8500 (Operating System - Bada OS) 2) HTC Wildfire (Operating System - Android 2.1) 3) Samsung Galaxy 3 (Android 2.1) 4) Nokia C5-01 (S^3) - I think it's due release soon. I've listed them on a preference basis. Do research them and see if they suit your needs. You'll enjoy using any from those! :)
• Pakistan
5 Nov 10
thanks
@rosekiss (30272)
• Eugene, Oregon
25 Oct 10
I have the Samsung Fascinate with is one of the Glaxy S phones, as the 3 major service providers have them, except they are all different names. Samsung Fascinate is what I have and that is a Verizon Wireless phone, Samsung Epic 4G is Sprint, Samsung Captivate is AT&T and Samsung Vibrant is a T-Mobile phone. I really do like the Samsung Fascinate, as there are plenty of features and one of the best is the fact that the screen can be seen in irect sunlight. It als has a 1 gigahertz processor which is really fast for a cell phone. Now, it doesn't have full flash as it only has Android 2.1, but Android 2.2 is due by the end of the year. I can't wait as then it will have full flash, which means I will be able to play games on,ine with it, which I can't do now. All in all, it is a great phone, and I am really enjoying it. Take care, and have a very good day.