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Product: Sony Ericsson T226 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson T226 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
AWESOME PHONE


Once I had laid eyes on this hone, I was set to buy it. I admit it is sort of a woman's phone because of it's small size and color, but I am going to change the face plate. But I love small phones, especially the flip phones. I purchased this one from Cingular for $130 because I lost my other phone and I had already signed a new contract. The minute I took this phone home,I was quite disappointed by it's features. For one the phonebook is ridiculously horrible. The only things I can store is a person's name and only 1 phone number for them. With my old phone, the Motorola V60i, I was able to store their name, cell, house, work, and main number in addition to their email. So you can imagine how disappointed I was with my new phonebook. I am also saddened by the fact that I can't download ringtones onto my phone, instead I must compose them onto my phone which takes time. But this is a great sounding phone and the color screen is great! I can admit that the buttons are extremely small although it hardly bothers me except if I start playing a game on it. The phone's other features are quite great though, the MMS messaging, the email, chat and text messaging. Overall, I would give this phone a 6.5 out of 10
Product features:
The T226 showcases a large color display
Supports multimedia messaging, e-mail, and Internet browsing (WAP 2.0)
Features polyphonic ring tones and the ability to download games from the web
Comes with three games - Ace of Spades, Deep Abyss, Five Stone
Included with phone is a Battery, Standard Charger, and Headset




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Awesome looks, poor performance


I tend to search and search before I settle on a new phone. In my searching I came across this phone. The looks are wonderful and it was everything I wanted. It has a decent camera, it's a flip phone, color screen, and it even has AIM, a big plus for me. So I bought it. Spent a mini-fortune on it too. Then the problems started. My screen would blank out on me while I'm in the middle of something. I would just get a bright white screen that would turn to black. Eventually, it would load itself back up but opening and closing the phone did nothing to help it. It was a major frustration. Worked with TMobile and they got me a new phone. First time I dropped it, the END button popped off. And despite having a new handset, battery, and charger, it still had the same issue. Then I started losing sound. The people on the other end could hear everything I was saying but I heard nothing. Extremely aggravating. I loved this phone for the most part but the problems it had just didn't make it worth keeping.
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: Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
The Very Best !!


When I first took the phone out of it's packaging I could not help but to take a double look at its sharp, glossy, and silver appearance. As my fingers grazed the slender surface of the phone my eyes went in for a closer examination. I first turned the phone on its side where I immediately noticed the slim design, which is a step up from the bulkier i95cl phone. My fingers then slid over the buttons on the side and top of the phone, which are standard for all Nextel phones. Once I reached the bottom of the phone I saw a flip, which I opened only to see more unique designs. I first noticed the crystal clear color screen once the flip was opened. I then slid my fingers down the sides of the screen to where all the buttons were held. I then mentally noted the beautiful blue illuminating glow of the key pad, which will turn any head at night. The buttons on the i730 are ordered very simplistically. All the important buttons can be accessed at the top of the key pad in an oval shape, while the simple ones only used to dial numbers are below. The positioning of these buttons are essential for all good phones.
A phones set up can be one of the most important selling point of it. The same applies for the i730. I know when I personally search for a phone I not only buy for style, but also for overall set up and ease of the phone. I personally believe that the set up of buttons on a phone are a very important part to any phone. Whenever I'm driving in my car I know for a fact that I do not look down and find the button before I press it, but rather I usually find it through feel and general knowledge of where the button is located. Especially if I'm driving on the expressway where one false glance away from the road can cause a fatal accident. For this reason I shop for phones where the buttons are easy to find and push, such as the i730. When I get a call on the expressway all I do is open the flip and push the talk button, which is very easily accessible right on the upper left hand side of the phone. I'm sure a lot of people with cell phones go about finding buttons the same way as I do while driving. So naturally it helps to have important buttons such as Talk, End, Menu and the power button in a central location in an attempt to minimize the search for a button through touch.
The i730 is a big step up from its predecessor the i90c in terms of features and overall style. The i90c is a good phone, but it had issues that needed to be improved. When the i90c is on the belt clip the sound gets muffled and is hard to hear. The i730 improved on this problem by creating a not only a speaker on the front of the phone, but one on the back as well, so that the sound will no longer be muffled. The speaker on the front of the phone even has a hole so the customer is able to talk to another person, while the clip is still attached to the phone. That is what I call convenience. The i90c also had a very common outside color too it, while the i730 has a new glossy silver coat. By far the biggest difference between these two phones is not the color or the placement of the speakers it is the vast features. The i730 is Nextel's first phone with the amazing Global Positioning System or (GPS). This system uses satellites orbiting the Earth to determine the approximate geographical location of the phone. To some this may be a very high tech and pointless feature, but it is actually very easy to use and if a person travels a lot it could really come in handy if they get lost. The phone book of the i90c is a mere 250 capacity, while the i730 holds up too 600 entries! The i730 also has flip activation, which means you can answer a call when the flip goes up. The ability is also there to shut off flip activation so you can call someone and close the flip without disconnecting the call. The feature I like the most that the i90c did not have is the voice activated dialing. This can really come in handy when driving and not being able to select the person from the phone book.
I would highly recommend this phone to anyone. It is not only one of the newest out there it is one of the best out there. It is one of the most well rounded phones and so far it has worked perfectly for me and I'm sure that it will do the same for you!To sum up this is simple to say this is The VERY BEST CELL PHONE MONEY CAN BUY !
Product features:
The i730 comes with a new 65k color display with enhanced clarity that allows you to customize your screen with downloadable wallpapers, adjustable color palettes, and choice of three font sizes
Hands-free cellular conversations are always available with the built-in speakerphone
Set your phone and instantly connect to the last Direct Connect call or an assigned contact by pressing the PTT button from the main idle screen
Comes with a powerful datebook that allows you to book meetings, plan events, and set alarms that will automatically turn-on the phone if needed
Phone can store up to 600 contact entries - Store up to seven numbers for a single name




Product: PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Blue (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 1/5
PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Blue (Sprint)
Going on 5th bad phone in 5 months...


I bought this phone for FREE in dec 2004. (special)

2 months later the head set wouldn't work anymore. (the head set to plug in the jack and speak hands free, and i have a few plantronic headsets that work great, the big ones.)

Store would not give me a blue one, only silver. 2 months later the head set wouldn't work anymore.

Given the run around at the sprint stores and tech and made to drive over 500 miles going back and forth (in 35 mile increments).

Given 3rd phone, got to my car and started to make a call, head set wouldn't work right out of the box. That's less than 90 seconds after leaving the store.

Given 4th phone the same day (not working this same day, 2 bad phones in the same day) and would keep beeping, the icon for battery would blink from full charge to BEING recharged (not in need of, but being), while half muting the person on the other end of the phone call.

After 4 hours in the store this day, even though they saw it was not working, refused to replace because their tech guy went home and he was required to say it's broken before they change it out.

My previous phone was the sanyo 4900 which i had to replace in the first week, but has lasted for the last 2 years, very dim screen and big, but worked great.

The 8200?, I got it free and it's cost me so much money in time and gas and trouble, feels like It's cost me $1000. By far the worst quality phone I have dealt with in the last ten years.

emailed sprint and they have agree to allow me to take any of their phones and they will credit the 229 list price.
Did not offer to compensate for all the BS their store reps have put me through. Worst people in the world at the sprint store in Asheville, NC... patton ave. Hendersonville road and mall is where you should buy if your in this town.

I've liked sanyo alot, but now I'm almost scared off of them. My old samsung wasn't as strong in reception and battery life, but I'm using cnet to investigate phones that have the same problem with everybody.

I do have a few friends that have not had AS MANY problems as I have had and they are hard on phones, my 4900 still looks new. I'm very easy on my phones.

If I had not gotten 4 bad phones....
just rating the phone on the features and the like, I'd probably rate it 3 stars at best.

The phone is average, imo. The worst thing about the phone, from all the phones, is to listen to a conversation on the phone, you either have to turn the volume down to the lowest, if you turn it up so that you can easily hear the other person the sound becomes very distorted and choppy.

Based on that one thing, I would not suggest buying this phone. Add in the problems I've gotten with the 4 bad phones, I can not give this a good review.
Product features:
Feature-packed with VGA camera and flash, speakerphone, and dual displays
VGA camera features auto-focus lens, zoom capability. flash and 640x480 resolution
Dual LCD/TFT displays offer crisp images in 65,000 colors
Speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze
Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation




Product: Motorola i88s Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola i88s Phone (Nextel)
Poor reception


The i88s is not a bad phone, it's just not a good phone. Like an earlier reviewer said, the charging system stinks. I've replaced two chargers (car and home) just to keep this thing up and running. The reception is bad. It's not nextel it's the phone. I've held my phone with the antenna up next to my friends nextel phone with his antenna down. He had full reception I had one bar! I've broke two antennas because they are long on this phone and you must have them up to use it. Nextel charges you $40 each antenna. Look for another phone.
Product features:
Mobile messaging and wireless Web capabilities
Internal GPS position locater
Support for Nextel's Direct Connect push-to-talk system
Calendar application lets users book meetings, plan events, and set alarms
Built-in speakerphone and voice dialing




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Good looking but poor quality


I did a lot of research before upgrading my dead Samsung phone. I really liked the look and features of the Motorola V300, such as speaker phone, camera with 4x zoom, color display, and I love the cobalt blue soft material the outer shell is made with.

When I got it home I found that my camrea didn't work. It would stretch and blur the photos, totally distorting the image. Neither text nor picture messages would send. The delay on ANYTHING you try on the phone is several seconds. The call and end buttons were on the *wrong side* which is just a personal irritation. When you press any button chances are it wouldn't 'take' and it would have to be pressed again pretty hard for the phone to get the command.

On the plus side the speaker phone was crystal clear, great bright screen, and again I love the exterior.

I played for two weeks and sent the phone back. Overall I just don't like what Motorola had to offer, and I will be returning to Nokia or Samsung.
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: Kyocera K9 Prepaid Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: KYOCERA
Rating: 4/5
Kyocera K9 Prepaid Phone (Virgin Mobile)
This is a wonderfully basic phone.


The K9 from kyocera is a fine basic phone. Everything works like they are supposed to work, and their are a few nice extras such as a rather bright flashlight. The keys are a bit annoying though... you need to press them harder then usual, and after a while of using the k9 for text messaging or something, your fingers begin to hurt a little. The navigation button is also too small and hard.

Unlike some, I haven't had any problems with the Telephone ringtone. It works fine for me, as do all the other ringtones. I've dropped this phone accidently on concrete, and even though the faceplate snapped off and the antenna is now a bit loose, the phone is still in great working condition.
Product features:
Dazzling blue backlighting
Palm-friendly size and shape
2-way text messaging
Download actual song clips
Built-in flashlight and 3 pre-loaded games




Product: PCS Phone Sanyo SCP4900 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Sanyo SCP4900 (Sprint)
SCP 4900



The SCP 4900 is a solid phone overall but it may not be for everyone. I have had this phone for close to a year and it has operated flawlessly for me but there is one drawback.

The phone is quite large. Very nearly the size of some cordless phones you'd find at home. So, if you haven't seen this phone in person you may want to take the time to check it out.

That said the phone has excellent battery life both in standby and talktime. I can't say specfically how long but easily days without concern for a recharge.

The speakerphone is hands down the best I've ever used. I have a few other phones as well and this phone's speaker phone is hands down the loudest & clearest, and the mic works great too.

Since the phone is large those who dislike phones with keys the size of a grain of rice will enjoy using this phone.

Another bonus benefiting from and/or causing the phones rather robust size is that the screen is quite large as well. The screen is bright and clear and has a nice graphical menu to navigate its many options. The graphical menu is quick and navigates very easily.

The phone is solidly built as well. I'm a bit of a clutz and have forced this phone to nosedive onto many patios and driveways with force and have not had any cracks or major scratches as a result. Also, none of the button labels have worn off of the phone which occurs on some phones over time.

The sound quality and reception is also fantastic. Driving down the highway with the windows down will not hamper a conversation on this phone. One of this phone's strongest perfromance characteristics is how well the mic isolates your voice and how clear the headset is. Also, I have two samsung phones that are pretty decent but this phone consistently catches at least two bars of reception when the samsungs can't find any; all on the Sprint PCS network.

Overall, this phone is a fantastic performer but again due to its size I suggest taking a look in person to see if it meets your mobility standards.


Product features:
Color display for enhanced Web-surfing, game playing and more
Caller, ringer, and picture id
Phone book with 300 entry capacity
285 hours of standby time
Includes battery, charger & user documentation




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Good Phone, With a Few Glitches.....


I tried to purchase mine from a T-Mobile rep about 4 weeks ago. He claimed he was the only person in town who could get his hands on this phone and that I should be gratefull that he was trying to obtain one for me. What a joke. He jerked me around until I finally cancelled my order with him and bought it elsewhere.
So far I've been fairly happy with mine. The display on the front and on screen are really fantastic. Some of the ring tones aren't quite as loud as I'd like and if you have it in a jacket pocket, you might miss a call.
The volume while talking isn't as loud as some other phones I've owned either.
I have only had mine for a week and so far it has froze up on me once. I couldn't get it to responde to any keys or commands. It wouldn't even shut off until I removed the battery. If it happens again, I'll bring it in for servicing or demand a replacement.
Still, it has the best options for the money and it's in extremely high demand. Very attractive phone and should make other cell users envious if that's your goal.
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: Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 2/5
Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Poor Performance


I used this item with Sony Ericsson T637. While it was comfortable to wear, I could not hear the caller's voice due to the static, and I am holding the phone in my hand so I know it's not the distance that was a problem. I tried several calls at different locations, but the performance remained very poor. I really can't recommend this product - I now bought Motrola HS810, and it works PERFECTLY.
Product features:
Wireless, cord free, lightweight Bluetooth headset offers best design and performance
Works up to 33 feet away from phone, 8 hour talk time, 240-hour/10-day standby time
Comfortable secure fit, superior audio quality, weighs less than 1 ounce
Multi-function button - Supports voice-activated dialing and answer/end commands in most phones
Works in either ear, two size MiniGels (standard and small) included for superior sound clarity




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