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Looking for a small mobile

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by RMCF, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. RMCF

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    I am hoping to upgrade my Sony Ericsson T600 soon and my main criteria for a phone is that it should be small. Any recommendations on the smallest mobiles out there?
     
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    Look at the Samsung E700 (Camera), S300 (Dual culour screens) and the A800 (monocrome) all area clamshell, i particularly like the E700.

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    Id go with the nokia 6230. The nuts of a phone
     
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    Can't think of a better phone than the Nokia 6230:

    Small
    No external aerial
    Tri-band
    FM stereo radio
    Music player
    Movie Viewer
    MMC card facility
    Camera
    Dictafone
    Video camera
    .........

    ::Edit:: and Bluetooth (thanks Kelvin!)
     
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    Emm, you missed off Bluetooth ;)

    Another vote here for the 6230 - although I'm the first to admit that it's not the smallest phone around, it's by no means "big".

    The only way you could get a phone significantly smaller, is by going for a "clamshell" style handset (IMO) - as already mentioned, the Samsung range are very popular - I would also go with the E700 :) Nokia's new clamshell is also fairly cool... :)

    K.
     
  6. Emm

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    :blush:

    That's late nights for you....

    BT was a key feature I was looking for too! :clown:
     
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    Smallest phone I've ever seen without a sticking-out aerial is the Siemens SL55.

    Triband, but no camera (its available as an accessory), no bluetooth, no other extraneous features. But it works well as a phone (primary purpose?) and has a nice slide action.
     

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