Good Bluetooth Phone

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by epochblue, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. epochblue macrumors 68000

    epochblue

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    Curious if anyone has had any experience with (and can recommend) a decent bluetooth-enabled cell phone?

    I currently have a SonyEricsson t637 and am looking to upgrade. I've looked at a few options, but most are about $200 or so, and I don't have that kind of cash-on-hand currently.

    I should mention that I'm currently month-to-month with Cingular and I'd like to avoid having to sign a 2yr contract with them if I can help it.
     
  2. juanster macrumors 68020

    juanster

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    i have a samsung sgh-t609,, bluetooth works perfectly, but i think it cannot be iSync'd if you dont care about that then it s a great phone..
     
  3. insomniac321123 macrumors 6502

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    I have a Motorola KRZR and i love it. It works flawlessly with my mac, and apple just added iSync support for it. I know you want to avoid a 2 yr contract, but this phone would be well worth it.
     
  4. bwanac macrumors regular

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    Just got my KRZR tonight. so far so good...

    address book syncs nicely, next i need to get the calenders syncing.
     
  5. MP4-22 macrumors member

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    I have a Sony Ericsson Z520a and bluetooth works perfectly and it is supported by iSync.
     
  6. oober_freak macrumors regular

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    Get the Nokia E50.

    Symbian 9.1 OS(S60 3rd edition)
    240x320 screen resolution
    Expandable memory
    70 MB built-in memory
    Ability to install third party applications(you can use Skype on your S60 3rd edition phone. A lot of other useful applications are available, too.)
    Fast processor(similar to higher priced Nokia phones)
    Customizable interface

    More importantly, Webkit on phone!


    I got mine for around $200 here in India. You might have to pay a bit more for this. If you get this phone, make sure you get the black E50. The silver E50 doesn't look too nice.

    To make this phone work with iSync, you need to install a plugin.
     
  7. juanster macrumors 68020

    juanster

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    To make this phone work with iSync, you need to install a plugin.[/QUOTE]

    How can i check if there is a plug-i i can use so that i can iSync my phone too,, i ve got a samsung sggh-t609
     

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