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post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Hi guys,

I need a new phone, and would like to get android with it. But I'm clueless about the best brand (nokia, samsung, htc, LG, sony????¿?¿??) or the model.

I've been looking at the Samsung i5700 (49€ + contract), but I'm still not sure. Any better/newer phone (40-70€)?

Thanks !!
post #2 of 6
i have been looking at the samsung i5800 but the small screen resolution changed my mind
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HTC Desire is an awsome phone I got Android 2.3 Working on mine
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I have HTC desire too, its awesome. for android, think HTC or Samsung.
    
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Thread Starter 
HTC Desire is a lot more expensive, It's like 200€ + contract. I'm ok with that only if the phone is awesome and I can use it for years (and years, and years...). On the other hand, it's the first time I hear from "HTC" company, are they good? what about the htc wildfire? (30€ less than desire).

Thanks for your help !!

EDIT: I've been looking at the samsungs too, but wave and wave II are not android.
post #6 of 6
Yes, HTC is good, lol.
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