Do you need a cell phone for this upcoming college year, or are you going to upgrade your phone? With so many phones on the market, it’s hard to choose one, and since every carrier like ATT, and Verizon offer inclusive deals, you may find a phone you like, but it’s only exclusive to one company like the IPhone. Regardless, here are some of the phones that you should consider when you’re looking for a new one.
Samsung Eternity a867: The Samsung Eternity is a black, and chrome phone bringing you a very large vivid 3.2 inch touchscreen. This 3G enable phone comes with the AT&T navigator, mobile music, video share, and more. If that’s enough, you’re going to get a 3.2 mega-pixel camera, and you’ll be able to talk up to 5 hours and have 240 hours of standby time.
BlackBerry Curve 8900: This newer BlackBerry model has just about anything you can think of. It has the lightest, sleekest, and the thinnest full QWERTY keyboard. It comes equipped with a 3.2 mega-pixel digital camera, hands-free communication, and stereo music streaming. You can chat for up to 5.5 hours, and it has 360 hours worth of standby time.
LG Dare VX9700: The Dare comes equipped with a 3 inch touchscreen, with handwriting recognition. Access Verizon’s music and video service via their very fast EV-DO data network. The Dare comes equipped with a 3.2 mega-pixel camera, blue-tooth stereo streaming, as well as a MicroSD compatible up to 8GB.
T-Mobile G1 Phone with Google: The T1 is one of the first phones to equip Google’s new Android operating system. Network with wi-fi, blue-tooth with hands-free calls, as well as a 3 mega-pixel camera. Get up to 5 hours of talk time, and 130 hours of standby time.
Apple IPhone: You’ve heard of this phone day, after day, and it’s an amazing phone. Choose from thousands of apps that can keep you entertained, and help you with school. Be sure to check out a post I made a while back talking about the top IPhone applications for students. The IPhone comes equipped with a 3 mega-pixel camera, touchscreen, video recording, and so much more. Ask a friend that has one, and see what he/she thinks!