Ask a guy with 6 mobile devices and 4 active sims almost anything

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  1. KIDRR

    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    The R-ruh OhMyWhat?!?!

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    rank the 4 smartphones with explaination
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    #1 BB 8820- Best battery, fit and finish is excellent, super simple to use, and comes with the leather case. Perfect size IMO too. Down side no camera
    #2 Blackjack II-3G so it has great data speeds, camera, surprisingly good scroll wheel, the windows mobile 6 is decent. Down side-funky menus and doesn't get as good reception
    #3-BB Curve-Decent battery, camera, super easy to use, good size to put in the pocket. Down side-Battery not as strong as the 8820, only comes with the sleeve
    #4-8125-Old school version of the Tilt, big and clunky. Good sized bright screen and big keys for guys with big hands. Battery is ok. Down side-Screen is always getting mis-aligned and the speaker phone is horrible. I've used the new tilt and it's better but it would still be #4 on this list.
     
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    why don't you sell some of the old ones?

    8310 > 8820 > blackjack 2 > shit > 8125
     
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    KIDRR Duck dog>* OT Supporter

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    The 8125 is a pretty garbage phone, I don't think I'd really get that much for it so not really worth the time to mess with craigslist losers. The 8820 is way better than the 8310 :wavey:
     
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    pyehac if she's old enough to cross the street, she's old

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    Do you carry your phones with you? And if so, do you have a belt like batman?
     
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    im sorry but if you actually had like a smart phone from europe, you could call yourself the phone king, but you don't you don't even have nokia so no deal.
     
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    LOL no. I carry the 8820 in the holster and the BJ II in my pocket. I usually leave the other ones at home.



    I just take what I get for free :dunno:
     
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    what makes the 8820 > 8310??
     
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    WIFI, battery life, fit and finish, comes with a nice belt holster, key layout is nicer, and it's slimmer.
     
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    i think the 8820 is too big wide
    they're both nice and no camera



    i used to have the 8925 but the fucker would never work and was slow :(
     
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    Yeah, HTC is FTL IMO
     

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