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T-Mo Vivacity OR OSF 2?

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I went for the Vivacity just for the comedy KIRF (Keepin' It Real Fake) comedy factor.
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LOL @ the pic :D

Yeah that was a major factor for me :D Damn shoulda gone with the Walkman phone *doh*!

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LOL @ the pic :D

Yeah that was a major factor for me :D Damn shoulda gone with the Walkman phone *doh*!


You sure about that? 64mb of RAM doesn't seem usable to me :blink: Or have I read the wrong thing :P

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I presume fr0do is referring to the Sony Ericsson Live.

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Correct ;)

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I saw an advert for that only after I placed the order for my SFII. I was sorely tempted but it took so much trouble to get an SFII by Christmas so I left it. Still looks an excellent phone though. Perhaps if I get some money I might have both, already got several phones here so another one won`t matter. I likes my mobiles Posted Image Posted Image

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