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#1 remoteworld

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 10:04 AM

do you use a dual-sim phone? which one would you recommend?

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Posted 13 May 2010 - 10:31 AM

bought a cherry d17 for an extra phone, i dont recommend the unit because medyo mabagal sya pag nagttext..
tapos ka na sa message mo tapos you'll see the letters catching up on the screen..
for the price worth it na sya.. madami pa naman silang models to choose from
i would recommend getting yun local brands like cherry, torque or myphone rather than buying china phones sa mga tiangge..
the only advantage i see is aftersales market and repair


do you use a dual-sim phone? which one would you recommend?



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Posted 14 May 2010 - 08:22 PM

qt23 ng myphone just got 1 ok naman pag nasira sa sony service center ang bagsak hehehe

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Posted 23 May 2010 - 01:02 PM

qt23 ng myphone just got 1 ok naman pag nasira sa sony service center ang bagsak hehehe

the usual complaint on myphone is the charger. the tip is VERY thin and fragile. and since the unit's warranty is limited only to the phone (and not the charger) you'll end up buying a lot of chargers.

compared to cherry mobile, myphone's batteries have to be charged more often. also, the latter's plastic parts do not last long: mine developed cracks in the keypad in 2 months, then those cracks worsen -- the cracked keys fell off.

yet i bought again a new myphone to replace my cherry mobile (my only complaint with cherry is its faint ringtones, i keep missing calls and messages -- a no-no for a cellphone). this time i got a myphone B21 Duo, the Pinoy Phone.

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 05:05 AM

myphone tv21 duo, my complaint is the low volume when using the headset. otherwise, the unit is fine

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 04:27 PM

I would still want Samsung d780 or any Samsung Dual Phone for that matter, than myphone or cherry, torque or other china phones.

Durability wise, mas maashan. Sounds, much better.


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Posted 19 June 2010 - 01:12 AM

myPhone is okay, but I opted for the Cherry Q5 when I learned it had TV reception (SkyCable pa. Joke.)


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Posted 26 June 2010 - 05:23 PM

sa akin ung myphone is still ok pa din. no problem naman sa charger. battery complaint? guess what? i just ask from sony service center how much ang extra batt nila... 240 pesos lang!!!! yup 240!!!! not 2.4k ha 240!!! and best of all.... free net!!!! nyahahaha ung torque does not recognized .jar extension files. sulit talaga QT23 DUO. from what i heard they are releasing a qt series with WIFI but useless un sa akin got free net eh. read my signature. hehehe

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 06:13 AM

go for the dual phone kung nag-aabroad ka. I am now using a china phone. Yung E-71. My main phone sa pinas is HTC but when i go outside kunwari sa singapore or middle east, panalo na yung china phone basta yung E-71 na manipis na maliit. 2 years ko ng gamit. great phone!!

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 06:21 AM

sa akin ung myphone is still ok pa din. no problem naman sa charger. battery complaint? guess what? i just ask from sony service center how much ang extra batt nila... 240 pesos lang!!!! yup 240!!!! not 2.4k ha 240!!! and best of all.... free net!!!! nyahahaha ung torque does not recognized .jar extension files. sulit talaga QT23 DUO. from what i heard they are releasing a qt series with WIFI but useless un sa akin got free net eh. read my signature. hehehe


Dude, pano yang free internet mo? Sa settings lang ba yan ng 3g or may Wi-fi yang unit mo? Hehehe.

I used to have a Wi-fi phone. Kaso nawala na. Anyway, I'm now using a Torque DL85. Wag nyo na subukang bumili nito. Buti sana kung mabagal lang memory. (like the earlier example na tapos ka na magtext tsaka pa lang mabubuo sinusulat mo.) At least, sa case na yon, nabubuo pa. Dito sa DL85, gumugulo pa spelling nung latter parts ng message. Para bang kinapops na talaga ng ram kaya di na nakuha ibang keypresses mo pero tuloy lang siya ng pag process.

Tapos, napakahirap pa pindutin ng keypad. Natagalan talaga ako dito bago ako nasanay.

I wasn't really planning on buying this one. It was a gift from my wife. Di ko naman pwede tanggihan at malamang magiging away yon. Kaya eto, I'm stuck using this phone until it breaks. Bummer.

Pero ok naman ang dual sim functionality niya.

Yun nga lang, pag binasa mo yung manual, andaming features na hindi existent sa unit. For example, sabi sa manual, nakakapag play daw ito ng MP4 files. Di naman ma recognize. Nakakapag record daw directly from the radio. Di namna kaya.

Tapos, ansama pa ng quality ng pictures niya. 1.3 MP ang cam niya pero anlayo ng quality sa ibang 1.3 MP na nahawakan ko.


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Posted 04 July 2010 - 08:49 PM

I heard samsung has one. Is this good, I hate to say I don't like china phone, my phone or cherry mobile.

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Posted 06 July 2010 - 01:23 PM

Tried a Torque DQ500, software sucks, too many steps before you can do any tasks...sms, playing audio or video, dialing :wacko:
It just looks good, similar to a Nokia E63 or E71.

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Posted 09 July 2010 - 11:51 PM

heard in the news that cherry got 3 sim na. but don;t know the quality.

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Posted 11 July 2010 - 04:52 PM

ung sa freenet proxy settings lang. d ko alam pano gnawa pnagawa ko lang e. this reply was made possible by myphone QT23 duo .

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Posted 17 August 2010 - 06:54 PM

bought a cherry d17 for an extra phone, i dont recommend the unit because medyo mabagal sya pag nagttext..
tapos ka na sa message mo tapos you'll see the letters catching up on the screen..
for the price worth it na sya.. madami pa naman silang models to choose from
i would recommend getting yun local brands like cherry, torque or myphone rather than buying china phones sa mga tiangge..
the only advantage i see is aftersales market and repair


'Yan din ang napuna ko sa cherry mobile, bibili nga ako ng bago at ibigay ko na lang sa niece ko 'yung cherry mobile ko.

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Posted 06 September 2010 - 09:48 PM

just been to a nokia center. they got this new dual sim phone (their first in the line, nokia's a me-too this time, but it's not their first me-too product) but even the staff are not so excited selling it. they kept saying to us customers to wait till their next dual-sim model gets in. the culprit is this: there's no dual-standy mode. meaning, you can put in 2 sims before covering them with the battery but you can use only 1 sim at a time. the switch key doesn't help at all.

yeah, we filipinos are so pampered with multi-featured phones we like the best without even applauding for them. no wonder the staff told me to wait until their september's new dual-sim release which has dual-standy (promise?)

anyway, i ended up buying an i-mobile. it's probably the phone of my dreams (hey, i've bought phones that costed much much more but this really answered my needs) after all it's a lightweight dual-sim phone with loud ringtones (how can you beat that, cherry mobile? how can you top that, myphone?) compared to my last myphone (i already got two, both of which are very unsatisfactory in sound department) which give out strong ringtones (call or text) even when it's inside my bag!!! i'm not closing the book though, who knows? the forthcoming nokia dual sim might be 'perfecter'. hehehe

it's got tv feature but i'm not a tv sort of guy, but it's sure good to know it's available if i wanted to watch.

Edited by remoteworld, 06 September 2010 - 09:49 PM.

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Posted 21 September 2010 - 06:26 PM

got 2 china phone both dual sim and i've been
using it for more than a year wala naman problema

L600 Nokia and S-mobile parang Sony naman
i'm happy with it

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Posted 23 September 2010 - 08:55 AM

just been to a nokia center. they got this new dual sim phone (their first in the line, nokia's a me-too this time, but it's not their first me-too product) but even the staff are not so excited selling it. they kept saying to us customers to wait till their next dual-sim model gets in. the culprit is this: there's no dual-standy mode. meaning, you can put in 2 sims before covering them with the battery but you can use only 1 sim at a time. the switch key doesn't help at all.

yeah, we filipinos are so pampered with multi-featured phones we like the best without even applauding for them. no wonder the staff told me to wait until their september's new dual-sim release which has dual-standy (promise?)

anyway, i ended up buying an i-mobile. it's probably the phone of my dreams (hey, i've bought phones that costed much much more but this really answered my needs) after all it's a lightweight dual-sim phone with loud ringtones (how can you beat that, cherry mobile? how can you top that, myphone?) compared to my last myphone (i already got two, both of which are very unsatisfactory in sound department) which give out strong ringtones (call or text) even when it's inside my bag!!! i'm not closing the book though, who knows? the forthcoming nokia dual sim might be 'perfecter'. hehehe

it's got tv feature but i'm not a tv sort of guy, but it's sure good to know it's available if i wanted to watch.


Nokia dual sim? I don't think so.. sana nailabas na ito http://www.gsmarena.com/..
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Posted 23 September 2010 - 10:37 AM

nokia's first dual sim phone, NOKIA C1, no dual standby

http://www.gsmarena...._c1_00-3364.php

wait for their latest model, NOKIA C2

http://www.gsmarena...._c2_00-3367.php

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:52 PM

nokia's first dual sim phone, NOKIA C1, no dual standby

http://www.gsmarena...._c1_00-3364.php

wait for their latest model, NOKIA C2

http://www.gsmarena...._c2_00-3367.php



Sorry meron nga thanks bro.. But i expect the high end one with symbian os.. this two models are low end phone.. :lol:




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