Choosing a good phone can be a difficult task. Different phones are better for different functions than others, and what you might need from your phone may vary from what someone else needs! The iPhone and Android phones, although popular, are not necessarily as affordable as some other very good phones! Here are five of the best non-iPhone and non-Android phones!
1. LG Volt
The LG volt is by far, one of the better phones available on the market. The LG Volt has a 3″ touch screen with intuitive rotating display, and a QWERTY keyboard, making it even easier to text, call and take notes on your phone. The LG Volt has a 2 megapixel camera, making pictures even higher quality than most cell phones. Memory space can easily be added to the phone, in addition to it’s 1000 contact phone book, allowing more than one entry per contact. The LG Volt easily surfs the web and connects to popular sites like Facebook, all with a touch of the screen! With an easily audible speakerphone and hearing aid compatible, it’s great for anyone!
2. Nokia 2690
Sporting a 1.8 inch display, VGA camera, built in email client, audio and video capable, with micro-SDH support, the Nokia 2690 is a great phone for someone looking for a simpler phone, without sacrificing quality, durability and functionality. This candybar phone, although it has slightly less features and a lack of a QWERTY keyboard, is a great alternative to fancier more complicated phones.
3. Sony Ericsson Cedar
Sony Ericcson phones have been gaining popularity over the last few years and the Sony Ericsson Cedar is no exception to this upwards trend! The Sony Ericsson Cedar is the one stop phone for all of your social networking needs with easy access to social networks, such as twitter and facebook. The Sony Ericsson Cedar can even be plugged into a lap top and used as a modem! Talk about dual functioning!
4. BlackBerry Curve
The BlackBerry Curve is a great, and well loved phone, especially considering it’s been out for a few years. With easy access to email, social networks, and the internet, the BlackBerry curve is well-loved and easy to use! Featuring a full QWERTY keyboard and multiple applications and functions available on the phone, it truly does everything the user could possibly need from a phone!
5. Nokia 2710
The Nokia 2710 is a great phone with a special emphasis on navigation and maps. Preloaded with Nokia Maps, this phone has the ability to get you where you’re going with a built-in GPS, voice navigation and turn-by-turn directions, you can’t go wrong with the Nokia 2710. The Nokia 2710 even comes with a car cradle, allowing it to be mounted to the dash of your car for easier navigating!
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