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Product: Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 5/5
Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
AWESOME


This thing rocks! No problem with battery for me and no i can talk hands free!
Product features:
Hands free, cord free headset
Works up to 30 feet away from phone
An answer/end button supports voice activation
Weighs less than one ounce
Works with non-bluetooth phones using an included adapter




Product: Kyocera 2119 Phone The Party Animal (VirginMobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Kyocera 2119 Phone The Party Animal (VirginMobile)
A good starter phone!


I had my party animial cell phone for about nine months and I never had a problem with it it had ok reception where I needed it it got a lil expensive at times but it was ok. When ever I needed help they ansewered my questions quickly and too my satitsfaction. I am getting a newer cell phone for x mas this year there newset one the V5 slider so I can be up to date I only have one complainte is that they should have free texting. Other then that it was and still is a great cell service for teenagers!
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Four-way easy to use navigation; backlit five-line, full bit-map display
Contact directory to save names, addresses, and up to 200 numbers
Comes with an extra faceplate, and 2 games
Handy tools include calculator, countdown timer, and a stopwatch




Product: Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 2/5
Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
I'm going back to old phone! Terrible connections!


So I thought it would be good to trade-up from my old motorolla. Now I'm going back. Who needs a camera and video and color when you can't talk to anyone????
Product features:
Full feature video capture and still imaging capabilities
Superior messaging and high-speed wireless connectivity
High-speed Internet access and built-in personal planner
Built-in VGA camera with Flash
Voice Quick Dial for fast, voice-activated calls




Product: Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Just TWO things...


Well for me its far better than my old Samsung V205 when it comes to resolution, its size and memory space. But my problem with this phone are :first, I have to decide whether to you use the holster or the strap - you cant use both - the string knot is right by the holster clip so it will NOT hold well. second, the battery life is very poor! i charged it to the max , and yet the battery life (on stand-by) is ONLY 8-10 hours! : ( Solution? I chose the strap and just bought a back-up battery from Samsung for $32.00.DaSHing@newyork.com
Product features:
Large LCD color screen feature 65,000 colors (128x160 pixels)
Built-In VGA camera with 640x480 resolution, flash, and self-timer
Equipped with mobile Internet and text messaging
Supports 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
Download ringtones, wallpaper, and games




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Save yourself the trouble


This is my very first cell phone, and even though I don't have anything to compare it to, overall, it seems like a great phone, and I'm very happy with it.
As far as the design; the size and weight seems just right. If it were any smaller or lighter, it would probably not be comfortable to use. As it is, it feels like a quality phone and not some cheap toy. I especially like the rubberized material that is on the phone, it makes for a really good grip. The little display on the front is very helpful because it lets you easily see the time, battery meter, signal strength, and who's calling - without opening it. My only problem with the design is a small one: the volume keys are on the side of the phone, so if you're not careful when you're talking, you can accidentally push them. It's not a major pain, or anything, it just takes a little bit of time to get used to.
The phone comes with a decent little holster which keeps the front display visible. Removing it from the case is a tiny bit of a hassle, cause you have to pull it up by the antenna - not a big deal. The battery charger that comes with the phone seems fine, as the phone seems to get fully charged pretty fast. They REALLY, REALLY, should have included a usb cable with it, so until I buy one of those (only 10 bucks), I can't comment on how it will interact with my Mac. It also comes with an actual printed manual, which is pretty weak, they should've done a much better job with it. Luckily, the phone is really easy to use and figure out, without even needing to open the manual. I did have a question regarding the screensaver that the manual didn't cover, and when I emailed motorola, I received a response from their staff in less than 24 hours.
As for the features, I'm very happy with them. This is a phone that most people will be able to take out of the box and start using within a few minutes, as the interface is really easy to use, and all the features are pretty easy to find.
As for the sound/call quality of the phone; this seems to be excellent. There were a few times that the sound of the person I was talking to gets really quiet for few seconds here and there, and that is really frustrating, but I really doubt that this has anything to do with the phone itself. Most likely, it's a carrier issue, but thankfully, it doesn't happen often. The speakerphone works really good. As for the camera, as long as you have some light, the pics seem decent (for a phone camera), obviously, the camera isn't supposed to be for taking high quality pictures, but for fun, it does a decent job (just not in extremely low light conditions).
The service from tmobile seems ok so far, I'm just outside of Chicago, IL. When I'm inside my house, I've had a few problems here and there with intermittent volumes of the callers voice (on rare occasions the sound becomes almost inaudible). This is not very often though and from what I understand, ALL providers have their moments. This could very well be an issue with where my condo is located, so it's probably not much for anyone else to be too concerned with.
Overall, so far, I'm very happy with the purchase, and I would highly recommend this phone to others.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM capability
Large color display features 65,000 colors
Built-in VGA camera with zoom
Supports text messaging and wireless Internet (WAP 2.0)
Comes with 35 ringtones and supports MIDI and MP3 formats




Product: PCS Phone Samsung i500 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 5/5
PCS Phone Samsung i500 (Sprint)
Awesome!!


I just bought this phone and man am I happy so far!! This phone rocks!! After a little bit of difficulty syncing (I tried using my old user name) but samsung tech support was AWESOME and AVAILABLE!!! They were great!! Synced up great. I had been dying for something like this that had the PDA and cell phone combined...along with analog and digital coverage.I do agree with some of the postings about the phone not "opening" up enough....I don't understand that. But anything is a step up from my AT&T v60i...man...what a piece of junk..dropped calls....really hard to use...not intuitive at all...I had gone from a startac..(which I LOVED) to the v60i...what a mistake!!Anyways---I LOVE my i500.....the only time I had to read the manual was in installing the software and doing my first sync with my Palm Desktop.----I have read in these postings that this is also OS X compatible.....Since I'm a huge Mac user...that is manna from heaven for me!! Although I havent tried to sync this with my G5 yet....so, we'll see.This phone is intuitve...easy to see and understand...not a huge learning curve...great features....no stupid cameras or mp3 players...nothing you don't need...never be late for another appointment again...never forget your schedule again...never fumble for another phone number or address again....I'm a returning Sprint customer, my wife and I were customers about 3 years ago and the coverage was really spotty, especially when we would go out to the barn to see our horses....they've apparently improved thier network substantially..so we'll see...OKAY...A FOLLOW UP FOR ALL OF YOU MAC USERS OUT THERE....YES THIS PHONE SYNCS BEAUTIFULLY WITH PALM 4.1 DESKTOP SOFTWARE!!!! YEEEEE---HHAAWWWW!!!!Two hints: Turn the phone OFF!!! and trash the "photos" conduit.....(what do you need it for anyway..really).This baby now syncs PERFECTLY with OS 9 & OS X!!!! I have a PEECEE at my office and bought another hot sync cradle from samsung to have for my Mac(s) at home so my wife can keep track of my schedule....MAJOR kudos to Samsung for coming out with a remarkable phone, I havent (yet) experienced any of the problems that I've read about here.So there you have it. Macintosh & PC compatibility & Palm OS.....in a SMOKIN' phone!!!!
Product features:
This tri-mode CDMA phone from Samsung is one of Sprint PCS's flagship 3G phones
Large color display supports 4,096 colors (128x160 pixels)
Comes with personal calendar, date book, address book, to-do, and HotSync
Supports wireless Internet (WAP 2.0) and text messaging
Stylish phone features a graphical menu and polyphonic ringtones




Product: palmOne Treo 270 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 4/5
palmOne Treo 270 Phone (T-Mobile)
Love This Phone...except


This is my second Treo 270 in less than a year. Not very forgiving when dropped and yes it does happen. Flip hindges have cracked both times. Not covered under warranty leaving me no choice but to pay $100. to get another "reconditioned phone". After almost a year of trying, long hours with tech support, email still not operating. Web browser little to be desired...very slow. PDA and Phone functions are incredible. Answer call waiting, conference call etc. are all prompted from the touch screen...very nice. Built in speaker phone allows talking and taking notes or looking up info. a breeze. Very multifuntional. Key board is great for SIMs. Using it in my real estate business has made my life a lot easier and more mobile. Uses: phone, calendar/schedular, contacts, calculator, SIMs (text messages), Sales Data, Remote MLS lookup.



Product: Samsung E105 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 5/5
Samsung E105 Phone (T-Mobile)
With only a few downsides, a great phone


I have owned this phone for 15 months now, so I pretty much know the ins and outs of it.

First, let's cover the negatives:
1) It does not synchronize its clock with the tower, and the clock loses about a minute per week.
2) The antenna permanently protrudes and may break, given enough pressure. (This has apparently happened to at least one reviewer.)
3) There is no way to turn off useless animation on the main screen. Apparently every background has been designed with animation in mind, with the PURPOSE for said animation being a distant minor issue. For example, my background of choice is a monthly calendar. Above it is a large number that indicates the month (right now, "7"), but beside it are three mysterious cubes of differing sizes which rotate once per second. WHY??? Also, in the period of time after I dial someone's number but before they pick up, there is another very mysterious animation: it looks like balloons on the bouncing up and down on the surface of water. I would rather preserve the battery than to waste valuable power on puzzling me with useless animations.

Despite the fact that I've had the phone for so long, it still sometimes surprises me with its well-thought-out design.

The shell:
I'm impressed with how durable the flip aspect of the phone feels. I've compared it to other phones, and those just feel flimsy. This one is either reliably open, or reliably closed, like a seat belt. The earbud jack is tightly plugged by an attached rubber flap. However, the power jack is not -- the phone came with a detached rubber plug which I lost soon thereafter. The only control accessible when the phone is flipped shut is the volume control which also serves the purpose of activating the backlighting of the front display as well as of silencing an incoming call without disconnecting it, allowing you to silence it, make a very rapid exit, and to answer it then. Very good design.

The front display:
The front display is generally not backlit but still on, like typical calculators. When there is no action, it shows the time, date, signal strength, and battery life. When someone calls, the display lights up and displays the person (or the phone number) calling. When I receive a text message, it displays a mailbox. If you are in a dark area and want to see the display, you can hold the volume toggle on the side and the backlight will turn on for a few seconds.

The main display:
Aside from negative item #3 above, the main display is well-designed. In the white bar at the top there is signal and battery strength, and the bottom bar displays what actions the top two keys on the keypad will perform. (Typically "Menu <---> Ph. Book") Above the bottom bar is a clock, and the rest of the screen is occupied by a background of your choice. I like the calendar because it's the most useful, but the phone comes with wallpapers such as "Season", "Eagle", "Bird", as well as several other semi-useful ones such as "Digital Clock" and "Analog Clock". The main display will dim after about 10 seconds of inactivity, and will turn off about additional 20 seconds later. (I think this is configurable.)

Visual alert:
The phone has an LED next to the antenna in the top-right front corner. Typically it lazily flashes green once every ~10 seconds just to let you know that the phone is alive. When someone is calling, it frenetically cycles through all its colors, about 5 per second, to get your attention. When someone sends you a text message, it blinks about twice every second. Quite useful.

The menus:
Every option of the menus can be reached either by scrolling up and down through nested menus, or by entering a sequence of digits on the keypad. Here, too, the top-level menu shows just one option per "page", with the rest of the page being filled by another animation. However, these animations are actually pertinent to the option rather than mystifying me. This phone is very configurable: there are separate top-level categories for Sound Settings, Phone Settings, and Network Services, and they contain all kinds of stuff. For example, you can configure whether the phone answers an incoming call when you flip it open, or whether you have to press a button explicitly. You can choose from the standard three languages for the interface. You can set up an approved list of phone numbers that the phone is able to dial. You can set the clock to display military time both on the front and main displays.

Phone book:
You may add multiple phone numbers per contact, and the phone can differentiate between home, work, and mobile numbers as well as an email address, by displaying different icons next to each number.

Predictive text:
There isn't much to say about it since it is a standard feature nowadays, but it is well-integrated: in almost every text field you can choose to enter text in predictive mode.

Stability:
I've heard many stories of the operating system on cell phones being unstable and requiring a reboot every so often. Not this one -- I never need to turn it off. Furthermore, I haven't discovered a single flaw. (The negative aspects mentioned above are by design, so I don't consider them flaws.) It has been said that the phone is slow to initialize, which I suppose is true, but the simple solution is: don't turn it off!

Battery life:
To continue with my "don't turn it off" suggestion: there is just no need to, as the battery life is very good. The indicator has three bars total, and I've only *once* seen it go down to two bars -- this is after about 24 hours of being unplugged and occasionally used. It charges very quickly, too. About 30-60 minutes after plugging it in, it's finished.
Product features:
This sporty little model is as fun as it is stylish
Large color screen (65,000 colors)
Download MegaTones from the hottest bands
WorldClass international phone (dual band: 900 & 1900 MHz) for travel in over 100 countries
Comes with picture messaging and AOL Instant Messenger




Product: Motorola HS820 Bluetooth Headset - Hematite Gray
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola HS820 Bluetooth Headset - Hematite Gray
Too Quiet!


This headset is simply unusable in noisy environments. I have found it nearly impossible to use while driving because I have to keep my hand cupped over my ear just to hear the other person. So much for "hands-free". Using the headset in busy airports or on buses is impossible. You just can't hear. I also received several complaints from the people on the other end of phone calls saying the singal was terrible. I used to have a Sony bluetooth headset that worked wonderfully. The HS820 cannot even come close.
Product features:
Simply turn the headset on, place it on your ear and a Bluetooth® link is automatically established
The multifunction button allows you to place, receive or end calls, all with the push of a button!
With Bluetooth wireless technology, devices work together even up to 10 meters (30 feet) away.
The overall compact size and lightweight (less than 20g) allows for easy storage when not in use
Lengthy talk and standby times include up to 6 hours of talk time or 100 hours of standby time from a single full charge




Product: Nokia 6230 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 6230 Phone (Cingular)
Excellent Phone


I bought this phone after reading through the reviews at Amazon. I am very content with this. The pros of this phone have been extensively discussed in the older reviews. I would like to re-iterate them anyway

pros

1.excellent call reception relative to my old t610 (i switched carriers as well, so it could vary based on your location)
2.good speakerphone - loud and clear
3.nice decent camera (in my opinion - people should go for a digital camera if they need hi-resoultion photos)
4.small and sleek, lightweight
5.nice big display, even visible in bright sun-light
6.bluetooth is cool - you dont have to pay anything to use this. if you have a bluetooth adapter (in your computer),you can connect your cellphone through the adapter. refer below for instructions

(if you need bluetooth adapterd for computer, check out DBT-120 from Dlink. There are other adapters too. So this is just a suggestion)

cons

1.back cover of cellphone feels fragile. wish it was more sturdy
2.joystick little clumpsy - i still have to learn to use it. it is 5-way, but getting to click the center is difficult. you might click 'up' or 'down' instead of 'center' especially if you have a larger thumb
3.Nice to have feature like 'customizable ring-tones for specific callers' is not available

Procedure to get *free* ringtones/games etc to your cellphone

* Buy a good bluetooth adapter for your computer - costs about 30-40$
* Connect your phone to computer through adapter. The Nokia suite software (from Nokiausa.com) will help you to do this.
* You can then copy mp3 files/ pictures / games etc to and fro computer and cellphone for free
* You can google ringtones, games etc specifying the model#. but beware of spyware or malicious websites
Product features:
Supports streaming video and audio
Support for high speed EDGE data networks
Integrated VGA camera/camcorder
65,000-color TFT display
Bluetooth wireless technology




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