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Sony Ericsson Targets Gamers with F305

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Jun 18, 2008, 2:47 AM

Live pictures

Live pictures of the F305 game phone;

http://www.nieuwemobiel.nl/Sony-Ericsson-F305/Fotos »
T Mobster

Jun 17, 2008, 12:33 PM

No you can't have a free case if you buy the F305.....

Yea I agree about the insurance thing, these people kill me with that. When they walk into the store and they're like "whaaaat?!?! you can't just give me a new phone? well that one says its $19.99 why can't I just get that?" Then you wanna say to them... dumb #$% that's new activation price. You only get that once every 2 years. lol or the famous..."I lost my phone, cant you just give me another one." 🤣
Oh i know, I get that all the time. Dont you wish you could do that with say T.Vs, or cars for that matter. "My car broke, can I have that new one over there?"

Jun 17, 2008, 8:24 AM

It's really sad

I don't know who to blame SE or T-Mobile USA. All these nice phones coming out, and they refuse to support one another. Most SE phones seem to point to AT&T's network.
This phone is quad-band gsm & edge so you can totally use it on TMo USA but you're going to have to buy it sim free.
Tmo Slave

Jun 17, 2008, 11:59 AM

Bad Idea

I can see tons of kids breaking their phones because they are throwing it around trying to play a game. THen having to deal with the idiot parents trying to get it replaced with out insurance because they were to cheap to fork out the 5 bucks a month.
Sucks for parents but great for the manufacturer...

Jun 17, 2008, 2:21 PM

How Long...?

How long till someone sues SE when they throw their phone (on accident) and breaks something of value. like the lady who broke her $10,000 TV with her Wii controller.
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