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    Thumbs up Which Motorola Phone is the BEST and WHY?

    Which Motorola Phone is the BEST and WHY?

    Function wise?
    quality wise?
    price wise?
    network wise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by airsam
    Which Motorola Phone is the BEST and WHY?

    Function wise?
    quality wise?
    price wise?
    network wise?

    etc
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    Easily V9x . Best recption phone that I have ever used. Noize cancellation rocks on it too. External touch screen controls self portrait camera 3G ETC...

    Seriously V9x hands down. I'll probably keep this phone as my backup forever.

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    I would have to echo that response. It is an awesome 'phone'. If your tech savvy, there are better options into smartphones. Personally, the best one i have used is my zn5. Reception is superb, as is the crystal talk noise cancellation, camera is top notch. No 3g is the only drawback. It does have wifi though. Soon to be released on tmobile, check out the moto cliq. It looks very promising as the first android motorola phone. Featuring motoblur, i may be making another purchase soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccrows
    Easily V9x . Best recption phone that I have ever used. Noize cancellation rocks on it too. External touch screen controls self portrait camera 3G ETC...

    Seriously V9x hands down. I'll probably keep this phone as my backup forever.
    Agreed, another vote for the V9x for the same reasons.

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    another vote for the V9x, i agree with what everyone else has said about it

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    Motorola E398. Not too many features but man it had some great stereo speakers. I will always love that phone.

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    Still use my e398. By todays standards it is very much lacking. Still can't help but to throw a sim in it an use it. I will never sell that phone. I'm a sucker for flashing lights, heh.

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    the Razr2 v9 hands down. Great voice quality and reception.

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