I'm looking towards get a new cell, but not sure which one to pick out of these two (both these cellphones are well within my price range because they are not at all high end cells, so price is not an issue):
Samsung P207____________________________ or_____________________________Motorola V551
So which do you guys think is the better out of the two?
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I prefer the samsung. The motorolla looks kind of ugly plus the samsung is a lot lighter.
Before reading tech specs:
Go with Samsung, I've owned two different Samsung cell phones and they both work GREAT! They're very reliable, durable, and have a strong signal (get a signal on the subway sometimes). Also very sleek-looking.
After reading tech specs:
They look pretty even, The Moto has some features the Samsung phone doesn't have, and vice-versa. Still though, I say go with the Samsung, I've always liked their style.
BTW, I have the Samsung SPH-A600
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I like the design of the Samsung but spec wise the Motorolla looks better, I don't know much about cell phones though.PSN ID:Key2001 3DS FC:1521-2714-7908 Steam ID:jkey2001
Go with the Samsung P207, the design look very cool.
Amazing. In Hong Kong I saw a model of the Samsung that looked extremely similar to the one you have there.
Differences was that it was silver... it somehow never made its way into the states.
I would take the Samsung cause it looks best.All praises to the Playstation!
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