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n5gooner
7th September 2007, 09:23
I'm after a small mobile phone, that I can just slip into my pocket when out and not realy know its there. I've an O2 PDA at the moment, and will be keeping that, but just want to be able to take the sim out and put it into the small phone when going out.......any recomendations ?

Sockpuppet
7th September 2007, 09:34
Nokia 2310

Around £20 on PAYG so get the same network and you are laughing.

chicane
7th September 2007, 09:34
At the top end, the Sony Ericcson W880i is tiny, light and looks good - but only if you don't have fat fingers because the keypad is tiny. On a tight budget, some of the low-end Samsungs are small and light (eg C300), but be prepared to struggle with cheesy design and a poor interface.

I'm just about to take delivery of a Nokia 6300, which sits somewhere in-between the two extremes.

Lucy
7th September 2007, 09:36
I keep losing my motorola v? razor thingy, so it must be small.

n5gooner
7th September 2007, 09:38
I keep losing my motorola v? razor thingy, so it must be small.

I've got a razor v3, but gave it to the GF when I got the PDA, can't really take it back....

Xenophon
7th September 2007, 10:37
An alternative would be to buy some less tight-fitting trousers to better accommodate your current phone...

:wink

n5gooner
7th September 2007, 10:48
An alternative would be to buy some less tight-fitting trousers to better accommodate your current phone...

:wink


LOL !!!

Anyone got a Sony w300i, seems fairly small 90x47x24.5

Xenophon
7th September 2007, 10:54
An even smaller one at just 90.6 x 35.3 x 18.2mm and weighing 64g (http://www.unlocked-mobiles.com/product_info.php?products_id=79)

chicane
7th September 2007, 11:01
Anyone got a Sony w300i, seems fairly small 90x47x24.5

There's one here ... it's really cheap and not too cheerful. Plasticky casing, nasty passive display, I could go on. The W880i is by far the smallest (and nicest, and most expensive) Sony phone available.

lexington_spurs
7th September 2007, 11:42
any recommendations ?


ask ashley cole

oloks
7th September 2007, 11:44
Blackberry Pearl

daviejones
7th September 2007, 11:47
Sony W880i

n5gooner
7th September 2007, 12:31
any recommendations ?

ask ashley cole


there's alway one, how Sol by the way?

realityhack
7th September 2007, 12:52
samsung P310 - tiny, you'll lose the bugger. :D

chef
7th September 2007, 13:02
Sony W880i

seconded, thats what i currently have as my 'out on the town' phone

n5gooner
7th September 2007, 13:06
the new Sony T250i looks ok, no bluetooth, but at 100x45x13 its small and only £50

realityhack
7th September 2007, 13:11
If you want to go for a basic don't-care-if-you-wreck-it phone for nights out, the F3 (http://shop.carphonewarehouse.com/pay-as-you-go/motorola/f3-blue/) is an option. At £15 you can't complain. I'm considering getting one for the hell of it.

n5gooner
7th September 2007, 13:32
If you want to go for a basic don't-care-if-you-wreck-it phone for nights out, the F3 (http://shop.carphonewarehouse.com/pay-as-you-go/motorola/f3-blue/) is an option. At £15 you can't complain. I'm considering getting one for the hell of it.


thats a throw-away price.....yup may get one, wonder if my O2 sim will work in it ?

realityhack
7th September 2007, 13:36
thats a throw-away price.....yup may get one, wonder if my O2 sim will work in it ?
It ships unlocked from the factory - so make sure the vendor has an unlocked one - otherwise just get the O2 one for £20 and have a spare pay&go sim I suppose.

HTH