Samsung i5500 Europa £79.99, [plus £10 top up] @ Carphone Warehouse - HotUKDeals
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Okay, I appreciate this may be a non starter given the penchant for Orange SF on here [hell I bought it after reading about it on here], but this may be an alternative to other 'budget' Android handsets.

It's the above price for Orange, o2 and TMobile networks...£99.99 + £10 TU for Vodafone.

The blurb....

The Samsung Europa is a sleek little Android smartphone that gives you access to over 70,000 apps, most of them free! Europa would be a great first smartphone to get started with, as it’s so easy to use and fun to play with. There’s every mobile feature you could ever need, including 3G internet, email, instant messenger, a built-in Facebook™ app and Google Maps™ route planning services. Unlike some other affordable smartphones, Samsung Europa also comes with Android 2.1 right out of the box, so you can take advantage of tons of powerful Android features, and with the Samsung Social Hub pre-installed it’s never been easier to stay close to your contacts.
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#1
i have this phone and its brilliant, worth every penny
#2
As someone who's looking to buy an android or similar phone----please give a reason for voting cold. Is it through experience of the phone,or any other logical reason ? Your comments could help those of us who don't know which to choose.
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As someone who's looking to buy an android or similar phone----please give a reason for voting cold. Is it through experience of the phone,or any other logical reason ? Your comments could help those of us who don't know which to choose.


I think the obvious comparison would be the screen resolution in comparison with the OSF, however from what I can see it's had some great reviews. I had a quick look at this today in the 3 store and it would appear to be a more robust handset. The big plus for the OSF it's it's easy to unlock and debrand.

Again, could be an alternative for android novices etc without the cost.
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i was in the o2 shop and asked one of the staff about this phone he said best avoid it sends multiple texts when you text someone 20 goes to the same number from one text i am on giffgaff and there is posts there about the same problem.

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