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I'm a current windows mobile user. I am looking to upgrade to an android phone.

I don't know much about android devices but I need the following specs:

-Has good GPS

-Fast even when running more than one program

-Nice screen

-Good battery


-Not too heavy/big

-Allows me to unlock and play about with ROM stuff

As an aside to this, how do android users sychronise their contacts/calender stuff with Outlook? Also, do Android users have good MS office editing software?

Thanks for all the help in advance.


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For a starter phone I recommend the ZTE Blade (or Orange San Francisco, depending where you're from).

It's got pretty much everything you need - and upgrading to a Froyo ROM will boost your battery life as with many others.

I'm not sure if there's an Outlook contacts sync since Google has nothing to do with Microsoft as such; however I believe there's a Hotmail app so perhaps you could use that in some weird way.

Better still, see if you can export your Outlook contacts to a VCF file and then you can import them in Android.

AFAIK, most of the Froyo ROMs include an app called Quickoffice. I haven't really used it much, but you can always try it out however you fancy!

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