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Under 4" LCD+Great Call Quality Possible?

Looking for a cell phone that would fit in a pocket and has great call quality. Seems good reception and call quality very hard to find according to the reviews I've read. I'm currently on Att so I assume anything GSM would be compatible. Thanks in advance!

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My findings is that call quality is rarely a phone issue.
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So you sometimes get good results and other times get poor results? I ask b.c. I'm getting uniformly good reception and call quality on Att w/an old 3G feature phone that was highly rated for call quality (see link below). Issue is that texting and viewing pictures is so difficult. And thanks for the link-I narrowed the Amazon search (using candy bar style+under 4" lcd) but again ran into poorly reviewed phones.
http://www.cnet.com/products/at-t-f160-black/

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When its good, all the phones are good. And when I go to some areas, all get spotty quality. This is why I've come to the conclusion it's rarely a phone issue.

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