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    Which is better? Pros and cons of each.

    Thank you :-)
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    How much? If they're about £99 or so take a gander at the orange san francisco as well.
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    Asked a week ago, could give this thread a read to start you off:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1480745

    Why not give us an idea of the type of phone you're looking for?
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    Defy the Defy, haha!
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    (Original post by LetoKynes)
    Asked a week ago, could give this thread a read to start you off:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1480745

    Why not give us an idea of the type of phone you're looking for?
    * Android
    * Decent camera, 5mp is fine for me.

    Umm...that's it, as well as it's not ridiculously overpriced and it's a generally good phone.
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    (Original post by Mega Nerd)
    * Android
    * Decent camera, 5mp is fine for me.

    Umm...that's it, as well as it's not ridiculously overpriced and it's a generally good phone.
    Well personally I'm probably going for the Defy myself, even though it lacks Android 2.2 (It's only running 2.1 atm, update is planned for Q2 next year which is very late if it happens at all)

    This should help you out:-
    http://www.compare-cellphones.org/Mo...s-HTC-Wildfire

    The resolution, processor, memory and screen size are the main areas where the Defy beats the wildfire. It's also water-resistant and "rugged-ised" so in theory it should last longer

    Though HTC Sense beats Motoblur hands down. You can install a launcher to make things all pretty and smoothly animated though
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    (Original post by LetoKynes)
    Well personally I'm probably going for the Defy myself, even though it lacks Android 2.2 (It's only running 2.1 atm, update is planned for Q2 next year which is very late if it happens at all)

    This should help you out:-
    http://www.compare-cellphones.org/Mo...s-HTC-Wildfire

    The resolution, processor, memory and screen size are the main areas where the Defy beats the wildfire. It's also water-resistant and "rugged-ised" so in theory it should last longer

    Though HTC Sense beats Motoblur hands down. You can install a launcher to make things all pretty and smoothly animated though
    Thank you
 
 
 
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