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Product: Technocel Battery - NiMH Vibrating For Nokia 3285 5120/5160/5165 5170/5190 5185 6120/6160 6150 6161
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Technocel
Rating: 5/5
Technocel Battery - NiMH Vibrating For Nokia 3285 5120/5160/5165 5170/5190 5185 6120/6160 6150 6161
A good battery, and a good value

The low price of this battery made me skeptical. I'm glad I ordered it anyway. So far, it's performance is equal to the battery that came with my Nokia phone. It holds its charge as well as the original battery, and provides excellent connections. Before ordering, I priced comparable replacement batteries at Radio Shack. Their price for what appears to be the same thing was $49.

Product: Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
Not as Bad As You Read!!

Ignore all the exteme negativity regarding Nextel's i730. I have been with Nextel and have had the best service, compared with my former carriers, Cingular & Verizon. Now that they are merging with Sprint, I am sure it will only get better. The customer service, although not the fastest is very efficient and open until 1am EST.

As for the i730, this phone was recommended to me by numerous friends/coworkers who own it when the antenna broke on my i60, after three years of use with little problems. This phone is easy to set up with the manual, if you are literate. Calling customer service to transfer my SIM info was easy, except for it took a couple of times to get the address book right. This phone has alot of features that are easy to use and although it may not be the flashiest trendiest phone (if that's what you're into) it is still pretty sleek. The ringtones/wallpapers are easy to download from, although I wish Nextel offered more options.
Most of the complaints I read regarding this phone seem to be from people who are either too clueless, too into having a trendy phone, or too into the tech stuff and need their cell to mimic their home PC. My only complaint is that sometimes I hear myself echo through the earpiece even when I have full signal, but this occurs so rarely that it doesn't really annoy me. The phone holds a charge well, I don't even own a car charger.
Overall, I recommend this phone for someone whose main concern is owning a reliable cell phone with a few cool features.
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 Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
Sprint service

I've been a Sprint customer for 5 years and I'd like to dispel the misconceptions I've found in most of these review's about Sprint's service.

WHAT'S GOOD (and misreported in most reviews):
* Service quality is GREAT and has been improving over the years where I live (SF Bay Area). Local service quality depends on your local geography, what kind of buildings your surrounded by, the number of antennas Sprint has near you, the number of Sprint users that live near you and many other factors, so never take another user's service review seriously unless you know they are in your area.

* Ringers, games and other downloads DO NOT expire and DO NOT need to be repurchased. Those items that list an expiration date actually expire from your vault BUT NOT FROM YOUR PHONE. Unless you delete the items from your phone after the expiration date, you will not have to repurchase them. If the item doesn't expire or it's before the expiration date, you have the option of carrying over your content to a new phone, or to your phone if it has needed a hard reset (i've had my phone for about 15 months, and other Sprint PCS phones from Samsung and Qualcomm for 4 years before that, and I've never needed to do a hard reset).

* You DO NOT have to pay a $15 PCS vision fee to take pictures, send text messages or use the Internet. You can take pictures for free (sending them is a different story). I use text messaging and the Internet a moderate amount (about 10-15 text messages and 15 various web accesses per month) and don't buy the service, just pay per kilobyte or whatever it is and I've never paid more than $3 in a month. Also, in the 15 months that I've had a Vision enabled phone, I've ended up getting 6 (not 2) months of free Internet. Every once in a while Sprint will call me up and ask if I'd like another free trial. I load up on content (games, ringers, etc.) during the trials, since you get a $10/month allowance, so I've never even paid for content. My only problem is that my phone is about to run out of storage space!

* I haven't had too much trouble with customer service. Obviously, YMMV. Problems do seem to be solved a lot quicker when I casually mention that I'm a 5 year customer and on my 5th Sprint PCS phone.

* Sending pictures does require the $15 service and is slow and cumbersome. I've mostly just opted to keep my pictures on my phone. They look terrible on a computer screen anyway. I like the phone feature as a capture a moment (you see something hilarious and don't have a real camera handy) or safety thing (car accidents and such), but I don't think it really has applications beyond that.
* Text messaging is very slow and requires you to go through wireless web. I don't use it too much, so I've learned to deal, but if text messaging is your life, I don't recommend Sprint. I think phones with SMS text messaging capability may solve this problem, but Sprint has just come out with them recently, and my phone isn't one of the lucky ones.

As far as phones go, I have the Sanyo 8100 and LOVE it. This phone is being seriously considered for my next upgrade, with the one drawback being that it doesn't have speakerphone.
Product features:
This tri-mode CDMA phone comes with a large color display that supports 65,000 colors
Comes with integrated camera with flash
Equipped with voice activated dailing
Supports wireless Internet (WAP 2.0) and text messaging
Phone book can carry up to 250 contacts

Product: Motorola V66 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V66 Phone (T-Mobile)
Find a better phone!

Poor Reception: The V66 dropped signals very easily and started breaking up in places my Nokia 6190 and Sanyo 4900 were strong.Poorly Designed Feature: Silent ringer function was useless because the vibe motor was so weak. The only time I could feel the vibe was when it was in my hand and I was expecting a call.Short Battery Life: This tiny battery had to be recharged daily, if I didn't answer or make any calls. If I actually used it, the V66 wouldn't last a day.Lack of Accessories: Motorola makes the phone, but doesn't offer a holster for it.Annoying Feature: It plays a Happy Chirpy Power-up song ... THAT YOU CAN NEVER DISABLE!!!! ARRRRG!!!!Not Durable: After 5 months, the antennae housing cracked and the antennae fell out. I searched and found a replacement antennae on the 'net. After less than a year, it started powering off randomly and a few days later never would power up even though the battery was fully charged. The Best Thing I Can Say About The Moto V66: After it died, it brought a smile to my face when I hit it with a full swing of my 9-iron!The Second Best Thing I Can Say: It's a small, cheap, cute flip-phone ...
Product features:
Voice activated dialing
Internet ready with optional T-Zones service
32 different ringer options
Phone Book holds up to 500 entries
Includes phone, AC charger, and earbud

Product: Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 1/5
Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Avoid this phone (and possibly Samsung)

-- terrible voice quality
-- ridiculously low battery life
-- phone becomes hot (yes, hot) after 5-10 mins use
-- can't remember if this phone ever finished a long (>10min) call without dropping signal.
-- one of our phones stopped working after 4 months of use. Verizon salesperson says this is due to "poor handling" on our part. How do you handle a cell phone poorly? We had to buy another phone.

Frankly this is my first experience with a "picture" phone, not sure if all picture phones are this bad. So I am not in a position to compare. My last Nokia with AT&T lasted 3 years without dropping a call, and Verizon signal strength is supposed to be superior to AT&T at least in the San Francisco Bay Area. My friends say Samsung clam shell model phones are best avoided, in general, i.e. unless you think screen saver is the most useful feature in a cell phone.
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: Nokia 6200 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 6200 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Solid phone

Purchased the 6200 as a replacement for the horrendous 3595 offered by AT&T wireless as an introductory GSM phone. The 6200 signal/voice quality blows the 3595 away.

The ergonomics are awkward for those with larger hands, but after a few days of use, the keypad is tolerable.

The complaints posted here about "dust under the screen" are bizarre -- just take the back off the phone, snap off the front cover, and CLEAN the inside of the screen and the face of the LCD! It takes all of about 30 seconds ....

Product features:
Large color display with up to 4,096 colors (128 x 128 pixels)
Create and send messages with image and text
Mobile Internet - XHTML browser
Synchronize your phone book, calendar and to-do list with your PC using SyncML over WAP
Personalize your phone with 8 different color schemes

Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 2/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
This Phone is Junk!

I've been a T610 owner for about 4 months. The phone has a sleek design, decent camera functionality, and well, I'll skip all the details you could get from an ad. Let's cut to the chase. The T610 is a horrible phone. A common problem among many T610 owners, is that the phone freezes for no apparent reason. You cannot turn it off, half the buttons malfunction, and you are left with removing and reinserting the batter more than a couple of times. This has happened nearly 5 times in 4 months. My sister can attest to the same problem.
Here are more annoyances. You cannot disable Increasing Ring. The phone will occasionally fail to charge. Loading themes are slow. My final gripe is that the power button might be too difficult to reach.
I think the T610 is a mediocre phone. Oh, I forgot to mention bad reception. Replacing my old Nokia 8290 with this phone was a bad idea.
Product features:
Large 128x160 pixel 65.000 color screen
MMS for composing messages using images, sounds and text
Supports Java and Mophun platforms for the widest range of mobile games and applications
Supports Bluetooth, infrared and cable for PC synchronization
With a built-in 319 x 288 pixel camera and QuickShare software

Product: 3 Piece Starter Kit for Sony Ericsson S710a
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Wireless Technologies
Rating: 1/5
3 Piece Starter Kit for Sony Ericsson S710a
No wonder it's on sale...

Don't buy this... seriously. The only thing in it that I'm planning on using is the car charger, but even that seems to be poor quality. The leather case is a joke. The only reason I got it was to protect the screen, but it goes over the buttons too, and when you try to press one you end up pressing 2 or 3. I haven't tried out the earbud, but the phone itself came with an awesome one, so I don't know why wou would need another.
Product features:
Includes Cigarette lighter adapter, Leather carrying case and Hands free earbud
Car cord powers your phone and recharges the battery while on the go
Genuine full-grain leather carrying case with clear plastic front protects the display and keypad
Comfortable earbud, mini shirt clip optimizes microphone placement & eliminates cord weight pull
Compatible with Sony Ericsson S710a

Product: Sony Ericsson T637 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
Rating: 1/5
Sony Ericsson T637 Phone (Cingular)
Reception is the worst

I have used half a dozen cell phones in the past five years, and this phone had the worst reception hands down. The background noise was so loud people on the other end of the phone thought I was being attacked by wild pigs.
Product features:
The T637 features a high-resolution screen with 65,536 colors
With a built-in camera, you take pictures and store them on your computer or send them to friends all in a few simple steps
Supports the Java and Mophun platforms, making the widest range of mobile games and applications available for you to download
Update your calendar and transfer files to your computer using Bluetooth, infrared, or USB connections
Comes with standard battery and a SIM card

Product: Samsung X105 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
Samsung X105 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great battery life, low voice quality

Some say the voice quality is good, but compared to a Nokia, the x105's call quality actually sounds quite boomy and muffled. But the battery life is excellent. I can often make it a whole work week without recharging the phone.
Product features:
Large color display supports 65,000 colors
Supports downloading personalization features Megatones and Wallpapers
Comes equipped with a powerful mobile version of AOL Instant Messenger
Equipped with embedded picture messaging, which allows you to receive picture messages from other T-Mobile camera phones
Dual Band GSM 900 / GSM 1900

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