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beggin

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I've owned the Orange San Francisco and Huawei G300, Both these phones were very popular and had a huge developer community.

My G300 recently broke, so I'm deciding between a replacement or buying something new. I'd prefer a phone with a decent developer community behind it.

Budget is £100 max. Any ideas?

Edited by beggin, 05 February 2013 - 05:59 PM.

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i've been looking for the same. I saw this a few days ago and am tempted, but i'd rather get something in the uk if anything out there is a similar spec for the same-ish money.

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Galaxy pocket, Galaxy y, Sony tipo and Sony Solar are the some of the good budget android phones. Sony has introduced many budget android smart phones to the market.

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If you're still looking then the Orange San Diego is now just £99 plus topup, specification and power wise it can't be touched at this price. It accepts Orange, T-Mobile or Virgin micro sims without unlocking.

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