Just in time for the holiday. Sprint is gearing up for the holiday shopping season. The new Q9c is only $149 after mail-in rebates. Forget about the Samsung Blackjack 2 from AT&T, the Moto Q9c does a fine job managing your emails and contact with Windows Mobile 6. If you are a Blackberry addict, here comes Pearl 8130 which rings up at $199 – great for emails and pictures. Want a more inexpensive option, how about Motorola i335. The Motorola i335 is a phone for modest people. It is using iDEN network featuring Walkie-Talkie. The device has a very slim design measuring only 0.5 inches in thickness, but has a very small 130×130 display and limited functionality. Good luck on picking the perfect holiday phone.
You can view the new LG Venus VX8800 as the successor of the VX8500 and 8550 Chocolate phones, but it offers much more than a music phone. Using touch sensitive screen (looks like touch screen is the trend in the mobile world, thanks to iphone, everyone wants a piece of it). The navigation keys need little effort to get used to. It visualizes different navigation types depending on the menu you are in. Above the touch menu is the standard QVGA display with 240 x 320 pixels, which is not touch sensitive but being a slider, Venus has standard numeric keyboard for input. 2.0 megapixel camera with 2x digital zoom, support blutooth stereo headset. 4 hours of talk time is plenty for most people. There are not that many slider phones with a touch screen out there. If this is what you want, go for it.
Also called LG VX10000. It is the successor of the LG VX9900 with huge (additional) 2.81-inch external touchscreen. You can only find keys on the front, making it a clean touch screen phone. VibeTouch tactile feedback support, V CAST Mobile TV, dual integrated speakers, a two-megapixel camera, microSD expansion slot and VZ Navigator preloaded. Large QWERTY keyboard is revealed after you flip the top. Looks more a like mini LCD TV with 2 speakers on each side. All these features make it one of the best phone ever.