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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by JccageX2, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. JccageX2

    JccageX2 Member
    Thread Starter

    Hey guys. I just sold my GW620 (LG Intouchmax) and have a little bit extra money to spare, and I was wondering, what's the best Android phone you can get for around 80 - 110 pounds?

    I'm looking at the Galaxy Portal, I've already had the Dream G1 and HTC Hero G2.

    I've also looked at the T-Mobile pulse.

    So any suggestions please?

    Thanks :)

  2. RichieHD

    RichieHD Well-Known Member

    Pounds? Portal? You're deff. from across the pond. Hello friend! :) It looks like it's an 800mhz processor running 2.1. Get it if you can!

  3. MassacrMan

    MassacrMan Android Enthusiast

    Droid 1 would be a good bet in my opinion.
  4. Pryomancer

    Pryomancer Android Enthusiast

    The HTC Hero is still a great phone, It just looks a bit dated compared to the current ones, but actually there's not a huge difference in capability.
  5. mdeamicis

    mdeamicis Member

    I am starting to see used droid 1 on craigslist.com for less than $200. But that is only a good deal if it comes with the sd card and synk cabe/charger. This would get you on the best network in america so you get to always conect and never drop calls without a 2 year contract and then ypu can upgarade cheap in less than a year when gigerbread comes out. If you think any of the androids that have hit lately are badass, just wait for a phone built for and running gingerbread. And lets not forget about the qualcom 1.5 gig dual core processors that shkipped in may. I cant wait to see the "htc" beasts sporting those.
  6. gruss

    gruss Android Expert

    Droid would be great, but if your not from the US, unlikely it would work for you. Hero is still a decent phone and can be had cheap.
  7. Demache

    Demache Android Expert

    The Hero is a great first generation Android phone.
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  8. srmccoy

    srmccoy Well-Known Member

    I also agree with the Hero suggestions. The Eris I have is a variation on the Hero, and it's quite capable of doing pretty much everything the newer phones do. If you rooted and overclocked it a bit it'll be quick enough to run just about everything. Just don't expect to run the more advanced games well.

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