Im going for a new phone tomorrow but I am torn between
HTC Wildfire or the Sony Ericsson X10 mini pro?
what would you go for?
Alright mate my misses has the Sony x10 not the mini one tho however it starts to run really slow after a while haven't used the htc but never really heard people moaning about them?!
I've heard several bad things about the Sony X10's as well, not sure if they were mini or not but personally, if it were me then I would defo go HTC. Tend to be very very good phones in general.
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Both are good phones. We sell all the X10 range, but not the Wildfire.
I've heard a lot of good things about the HTC and customers we've sold the X10 range to, have all been very content.
To be honest, try them both out and see which you favour as both are very good phones.
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The Wildfire won an award just a couple of months back for being the best value for money handset (with regards to Pay As You Go customers).
Have you used either yet?
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I think perhaps the Wildfire would pip it for me being a slightly newer model, better battery life and running a more recent version of the Android system as standard. A larger screen provides easier browsing and functionality too. All obvious stuff, but neither are bad phones.
HTC Hand's down. Me and one of my work mates where talking about these phones when I got my HTC Desire (near enough same phone as wildfire) and he was saying how much better the X10 was. Suffice to say he returned his X10 after having a go of my desire and now has a HTC himself lol.
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Have you been with 3 before?
I can't even count the number of customers who we've dealt with who have sworn never to go back to 3 ever again. They offer almost unbeatable deals, but coverage and customer service is awful to say the least.
I've had no direct dealings with them, but speaking to previous customers of them...I don't think I ever want to.