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What should i get.


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I recently sold alot of stuff
and have $ to spend

i sold my ipod mini
and broke my cell phone recently

i have a budget of $500 and i saved the rest
i cant decide what to purchase

i use t-mobile

so i need a phone

and currently i am looking at the

Sony Ericsson w800
and
Samsung e635
and
Audiovpx smt 5600

if i get the w800 it is an all in one phone (mp3, 2 mp camera, etc)

but if i get the e635
i can get the video ipod

i cant make a desicion
do i really need a video ipod?
is the w800 worth $500?
are there any other phones out there that are good and affordable?

what phone should i get, or combo with an ipod
or is there a better mp3 player
what do you think

im extremly indesisive
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i would get the e635 and a video ipod instead of the s.e w800.
I think that having a phone with all these functions is an overkill.
You might end up with low battery after you have listened to all your music. You'll be using your phone as a player rather than a calling device.

Having a video ipod can let you store your music and data. This is the main purpose rather than really wtching a video on it.

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How about the Audiovox SMT5600
it is windows mobile 2003
Do you think it is worth it
I would like to have good scheduling and PIM features
You think the iPod with its outlook syncing will do the trick
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Sony Ericsson W800i is good... but get the K750/D750 instead... its the same phone =P

trust me... i know... i work in a danish cell phone store

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- It's like - he was got - they'd just like. It was like so hush hush. They were so... quiet about it. And then the next thing you know...
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