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    I have had the Treo 650 since it came out and have enjoyed it but I have been a little annoyed by it's size and the same issues as others. I decided to go to Best Buy and se what they had so I purchased the new Sanyo 5600 phone which has a 1 megapixel camera and plays mp3s via a minisd card, but it has no bluetooth. I mainly used my treo to get on the internet and get my email, but my girlfriend has a Tungsten T5 which she doesn't use and she said I could have it. I have considered selling my treo but the little voice inside of me says to keep it and take back the Sanyo. I am lost and don't what to do. I was hoping for my fellow members to give me their opinions. Please help.
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    Uh, I think that decision is up to you. I researched it out and decided the T650 was best for me. But I can't make that decision for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferminsaldana
    I mainly used my treo to get on the internet and get my email, but my girlfriend has a Tungsten T5 which she doesn't use and she said I could have it.
    if you don't mind carrying multiple devices then you have just answered your own question.
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    Go the Sanyo and Tungsten combo. The Sanyo has better call volume and quality.
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    if he mainly uses his treo for internet connection and email..what does "better call volume and quality" have to do with his needs?
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    I'll start the bidding at $99.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferminsaldana
    I have had the Treo 650 since it came out and have enjoyed it but I have been a little annoyed by it's size
    Considering the features and functions that are packed into the device, I would say the size is one of it's positives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pda_jedi
    Considering the features and functions that are packed into the device, I would say the size is one of it's positives.
    If it were any smaller, I don't think I could use it!

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