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picking a new phone!

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Just wanted to hear a few opinions on the best phones out there.

I have a blackberry at the moment (you probably don't want to here that here xD) and it was the worst decision ever! I've had it for less than 6 months, I've been very careful with it. I haven't dropped it or anything it is in perfect condition and for some reason it started turning itself off and on through the night until its battery died. It's obviously got faulty hardware or something and it's being repaired (or has been for the last 2 weeks and there's still a few weeks to wait :/)

so when the warranty runs out I am not spending over £40 repairing a phone when it isn't my fault that it's damaged :|

/rant over.

I need a reliable phone. I am looking for an android phone.

I have looked around myself and I'm only young (AKA have no money what so ever) so i'm looking for something low priced, not like the HTC desire and such. (although I would if I could)

I was looking at the Orange San Francisco (or the ZTE blade), the HTC wildfire or the INQ touch cloud... any other suggestions?

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One suggestion, it may be worth posting this in the android part of the site HERE as you have currently posted your question in the Windows section of the site.

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My new phone is samsung .I like this phone very much.

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If your budget can stretch to the Nexus 4, get that. It's a stunning phone for the price. If not, the ZTE phones you mentioned are a bit dated now. You're probably better looking at the G300 or something similar, which is about the same price and newer.

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If your budget can stretch to the Nexus 4, get that. It's a stunning phone for the price. If not, the ZTE phones you mentioned are a bit dated now. You're probably better looking at the G300 or something similar, which is about the same price and newer.

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If your budget can stretch to the Nexus 4, get that. It's a stunning phone for the price. If not, the ZTE phones you mentioned are a bit dated now. You're probably better looking at the G300 or something similar, which is about the same price and newer.

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