Upgrade in July, Suggestions Please
Firstly I am new to the forum, am looking for some advice as to what phone to go for for another 18months!
I am currently with T-Mobile, who are excellent, in my experience the best out of the lot, so I'm not happy to change networks.
I have the K850i, which has been a great phone, SE have always been great too, so would prefer to stay with them, but open to reccommendations!
I am looking to add quite a lot of applications onto my future phone, a good internet browser, wi-fi definetly. I have been looking at the C905, but there have been a few problems re crashing etc? other phone I am looking at is Nokia n96. But have not had a Nokia ever...
Any ideas? Following is what I would like:
A phone that will not go out of date in 5mins!
Wi-fi and 3g
Very good internet browsing
Decent applications to download
Solid phone and reliable?
Nokia is a well known solid brand but as will all other makers they can suffer from bugs in the software, however they do release software patches to combat this.
Most handsets now have good web browsers or internet browsers depending what you want out of your online experiance.
Have you considered the upcoming n97 or iphone 3g s although you would have to move from t mobile to 02 for the i phone. You can port your number so you dont have to go to the hassle of letting your circle of friends and colleagues your new number.
When the c905 was initially released it did suffer from freezing although patches and the newer software has helped resolve this issues.
Good luck with your final choice.
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