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Your's Cell Phone

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Oct29-05, 08:25 AM
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I have a Sagem MYX3. It was about the cheapest and most basic I could get my hands on.
Oct29-05, 12:17 PM
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Here's mine:

It was the one I could get for free with my phone upgrade.
Oct30-05, 08:11 AM
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Quote Quote by Moonbear
...small flip phone that would fit in my purse without keys being accidentally pressed (that was always a problem with my previous phone, which was also so heavy it would make my pants fall down if I clipped it to my belt),

i guess now it will be more problematic,,hard to see,hard to press and easy to lose.....yours mobile.
Oct30-05, 08:22 AM
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Quote Quote by moose

I like it because it has a radio, mp3 player(the phone also has a memory stick pro duo slot), good camera(best on a cell phone that I have ever seen), bluetooth, LOUD and CLEAR speakerphone which can also be used for playing music loudly(and sounds so extraordinarily well, you wouldn't believe it came from that little thing)....

I honestly love this little toy

I have actually found some uses for the camera, listen to mp3's or radio quite frequently, etc..... I LOVE IT

So many things together in such a small mobile....
i really don't understand how,day after day ..they keep adding things in such a small size,,above all a nice way to extract hard earned money..
Oct30-05, 10:56 AM
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I`ve got a Motorola V3 Razor. I`ve had it for just over a year now, I originally bought it because it looks soooooo sexy.
My phone
Oct30-05, 11:05 AM
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yeah,absolutely.....and looks very comfortable also..
It will help you impress your girlfriend ,if any..
Oct30-05, 11:57 AM
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yeah,absolutely.....and looks very comfortable also..
It will help you impress your girlfriend ,if any..
Ergonomicly it`s great, large colour screen and buttons. Not too small so it`s sits nicly in my hand.

Women are abit of a sore subject at the momoent, but after last night things are looking-up. I went ot work dressed as a smurf (PF inspired, thanx) and got a lot of attention including 9 phone numbers!
Oct30-05, 02:01 PM
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My cell phone is retro from the 90s... an old Motorola StarTAC phone.

It cannot text message, only has an LCD-backlit screen, cannot take pictures, does not have color display, has a massive battery pack, no ringtones at all (much less polyphonic ring tones), and is nearly half-an-inch thick (1.27 centimeters).

Definitely cutting edge.

edit: I get the reaction a lot from classmates on how old my cell phone is because it can't even text message... I don't think I would see it as particularly useful, espeically as typing is so much more inefficient on a cell phone rather than on a computer.

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