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  1. my requirements --> 1) reliance cdma data and voice ( if world fone then excellent) 2) possible evdo 3) qwerty (posibly bar fone , slider will be last option) 4) decent to good battery life . budget 6-8k i can only find motorola admiral till now !!! any more suggestions ? is palm pixi plus any good ?
  2. I want a slider QWERTY android phone in Mumbai on Vodafone network. Narrowed down to Motorola Droid 4, which has a GSM radio but isn't enabled by Verizon. How do I make it work here in Mumbai? Also, from where can I buy the phone? Do I have to order from USA via someone for a non-contract version or with contract will also do without any efforts? What does Verizon mean when they say with the GSM patch, can roam globally? Does that mean that although I'll be using the phone 100% of the time in India only, it'll be on roaming? Would be glad if anyone can help me clear all these doubts. Thank You Very much!
  3. Qwerty vs Touch

    I have a NOKIA 1280 and I type lots of small SMSs (200-300 characters long). Few days back I typed 600-800 character SMSs and my hand ached like anything. It pained whole that day. I was thinking of buying NOKIA C5 but now because of hand pain I thought a QWERTY phone will better (Motorola Charm ?) but my friend advised me to go for capacitive Touchscreen instead. I hate touchscreen phones, especially when Android eats the battery like women eat gol-gappas. I just want a simple GSM phone with these features: Lightweight (100 gm is fine) Bluetooth (for transferring files) good audio quality with 3.5mm jack and of course, comfortable enough to type lots of SMSs. Whats you advice ?