Kyocera Lingo M1000

kyoceralingom1000-tn.gifThe Kyocera Lingo M1000 is the first cell phone with a full QWERTY keyboard to be offered by Cricket.  There are a few other features that I was impressed with like the “key lock” feature so when I slip it into my pocket it stays in the off position.  It also has bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a speaker phone and an alarm clock/stop watch with a count down timer.   The design is really fun and modern, great for teenagers.

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LG Migo VX1000

When Verizon announced that they would be adding the LG Migo VX1000 to their impressive 2005 line-up, it raised some eyebrows. Clearly aimed at the 10-and-under crowd, the phone was also promoted as a solution for the elderly, touting how well the phone works with hearing aids. Our reaction wasn’t quite as enthusiastic.

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Samsung A800

Since discovering the new Samsung A800, I have given up on my elusive search for the phone that can do everything. The truth is that no phone can be everything to everyone, so for the fickle mobile aficionados out there, it is about picking and choosing what floats your boat at the time you need to make your next cell phone purchase.

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