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Best Smart Phone (NOT a PDA)

I'm looking to buy a smart phone (something like the Nokia 6600) that has the functions of a PDA but not the bulkiness. I like the 6620 but I've read its freezes too often and the Sony S710 is a bit clunky.
Any recommendations?

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Smt5600

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I have heard that the audiovox smt5600 is an excelent phone

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Best Smart Phone (NOT a PDA)

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Whatever you decide, do not consider the Motorola MPX220. I had that phone prior to the one I have now. The Motorola was not worth the price, it was to difficult to operate, and many of the functions did not work. My current phone is the Audiovox SMT5600. This is a better phone. It's more user friendly and the functions work. I don't know anything about the other phones mentioned, but the Audiovox I do recommend.

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