hi I live in australia and was looking for an unlocked phone/tablet or a locked phone/tablet to vodafone preferably upgradeable to android 2.3 without using ROMS. UPDATE: decided not to get a tablet, thanks for the advice just gona get a phone, can anyone help? UPDATE 2: gonna get the huawei ideos x3, was looking at the acer liquid e but I don't like it. thanks for all your help guys really appreciate it, this is probably my last post and my birthday is tomorrow! I'll jump on the forum every now and again to mabye help someone who's in the same position I was in. thanks guys! I have a few questions and really need some answers. PS: I have a limit of $200 and I need this to be a prepaid phone, thanks! (NOTE: I need a big screen, 3+ inches please as I have low vision and have trouble seeing. Q1: Where can I find a phone for $200 or below that is upgradeable to android 2.3 Q2: looking at some phones like the huawei ideos x3 and the motorola phones they have different versions of android (gui/homescreen anyway) is there a way to revert this? eg: motoblur and some weird 3d box thing going on the huawei. Q3: is there a special program to update the version of android, universal program/carrier specific program/phone specific program, etc? Q3: with resistive touch screen phones, are they really that bad? Q4: I'm use to an ipod touch 2nd generation and it running angry birds fine, I see phones with a slightly less screen size (in inches) with about the same processor speed and capabilities but unable to run the game, what's going on? (obviously I like angry birds and is a must to play on my android phone) What I'll use this phone for: facebook texting calls some web surfing games (angry birds) youtube (flash support doesn't matter it would be nice though ) taking pictures and videos every once in a while so camera doesn't matter so much watching big bang theory so I'll get a big sd card! and I'm sure theres more but that's what I want to do with my phone. I'll add more stuff when I think of them. thankyou for reading and I hope you can help me out!