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x-Mandalore-x

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#1 10 years ago

[COLOR=red]Well not sure if this is the right place ??? but its tech right ? hehe[/COLOR] right well... im just looking for a new cell/Mobile Phone that can have over 1000 sms messages in the inbox...... that's all... my current phone only holds max of 466 but it is 3 yrs old.... anyone know if a phone that can hold more than 1000 txt sms???? Any Brand will do.... as for price? dont really care lol as long as the phone is unlocked !!!! :smokin: Cheers x-M-x




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Sgt. D. Pilla

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#3 10 years ago

Samsung SGH-i780 Its what I have, GSM Arena say it has "Unlimted" sms storage, Im almost believeing that lol, I currently have 5000 SMS's in my inbox, 1000 ish sent, and 2700 deleted. I believe most phones that can have expandable memory can have "Unlimited" SMS storage.




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#4 10 years ago

Most newer phones usually have some form of memory card slot, and usually you can tell the phone to store contacts, messages, etc.. in its own memory, or on the memory card. Or a combination of the 2. Or it decides for itself as the phone's memory gets full.

Not normally listed as a feature though, so not sure how you'd know without playing with the phone first, and going through its options.




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#5 10 years ago
Sgt. D. Pilla;4755688Samsung SGH-i780 Its what I have, GSM Arena say it has "Unlimted" sms storage, Im almost believeing that lol, I currently have 5000 SMS's in my inbox, 1000 ish sent, and 2700 deleted. I believe most phones that can have expandable memory can have "Unlimited" SMS storage.

"Unlimited" is just such a simple word for "A very, very, very large amount of space". I had about 200 SMS's in my inbox, but i always clean them up. I can't see why people would need 1000 SMS's, but that's up to the person i suppose.




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#6 10 years ago

[color=red]hmmm the Samsung SGH-i780 ???? that's a PDA correct ? 5000 sms you say ??? wow.... sounds like my phone.... hmmm x-M-x[/color]




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#7 10 years ago

No, its not a PDA nor a BlackBerry, Its a normal, typical phone with so many features people believe its a PDA or BlackBerry. In Aus, it retails for 700AUD, So thats around 350USD




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#8 10 years ago

[color=red]oh i see.... but it does look like a PDA hehe still looks nice ! anyone know if HTC are good phones/PDA's??? cheers my budget is around 500 dollor's [/color]




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#9 10 years ago

No I lie, The Australian Dollar FINALLY went up YAY! Hardware is coming down.

700AUD is 500USD!

http://search.live.com/results.aspx?mkt=en-AU&q=700AUD+in+USD700 Australian Dollars = 497.40603 US Dollars



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#10 10 years ago

Enterprise2002;4756040Most newer phones usually have some form of memory card slot, and usually you can tell the phone to store contacts, messages, etc.. in its own memory, or on the memory card. Or a combination of the 2. Or it decides for itself as the phone's memory gets full.

Not normally listed as a feature though, so not sure how you'd know without playing with the phone first, and going through its options.

Not always true. My phone has a micro-SD expansion slot, and I have a 2GB card for it, but it only lets me store pictures, music, and video on the card. Ringtones and all in/out text messages are stored only on the phone.

It's extremely lame because it can only hold up to 50 messages in and 50 out, so I'm stuck clearing it multiple times per week. >_




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