Gsm mobile phone related reviews


Product: Pocket PC Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Pocket PC Phone (T-Mobile)
A great pocket PC and a good phone


I have this pocket PC-Phone from about 1 year and I love it. It is a great pocket PC and a good phone with excellent integration. The battery life is pretty good. Also the speed of wireless data transfer is good. I am able to receive my e-mail and even open my attachments! If you want to buy one you need to look for T-mobile coverage. Unfortunately it is available only in some areas.
Product features:
Combined phone & PDA features
Includes pocket versions of Microsoft Word & Excel
Internet browser capable
Speakerphone, Microphone and Voice Recorder
Includes Charger and Battery and Hands-Free Headset and Belt Clip and Case and Sync Software




Product: Nokia 3595 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3595 Phone (Cingular)
The high-end of the low-end entry level phone


I would like to preface my remarks with two points.

First, about a year ago, I finally got a cellular telephone because of the kids and their schedules. One of us is having to take them places or pick them up a few times each week, and the traffic around here is arguably the worst on the planet, creating some interesting delays nearly every day. And I admit that sometimes I have to call home from the grocery store because there will be 23 different verities of BBQ sauce and my list just says "BBQ sauce."

Second, my blood pressure soars when rude louts think they have the right to interrupt my lunch or dinner or infringe on my reading time in the doctor's waiting room to talk on their cell phones. I once saw a table of four people, each talking to an absent entity on his or her cell phone during an entire meal but not once talking with the real people beside or in front of them

Now, that said, the Nokia 3595 is apparently the high-end of the low-end entry level phone. That suits me fine. This silver-gray mass of wires and circuits has enough features to me going for some time. I didn't know that cell phones had all these whistles and bells such as games, voice tags for contacts, alarm clocks, caller ID, and such.

I like the fact that the contact list lets you have something like five numbers for up to 500 people. Five numbers per person---that's pretty crazy to me, the fact we have more phone numbers than we have people to use them! Why not run it up to eight numbers per contacts and bestow a full complement of eight phones to some octopi!

The battery lasts for more than five hours of solid talking, but there is not a soul on earth I want to talk with for five hours straight. The sound is decent though I have a certain amount of trouble talking into space while trying to hold this plastic rectangle close to my ear. I feel like my jaw is floating up and away from my face. (I guess that is why folks like those flip phones but they cost more than an infrequent talker like me is willing to spend.)

I was able to figure out most of the operating options, at least the ones I paid to get, without resulting to the manual, but I'm not sure if that is because the phone is intuitively designed or not. It may actually be because we are all moving toward some sort of collective consciousness that enables our species to share knowledge like those island monkeys that all started washing sweet potatoes once a certain percentage of their populations started washing the potatoes(In Transcendental Meditation, this phenomenon is termed the Maharishi Effect.)

The various stock wallpapers with the phone are pretty boring and tend to make it hard to read the small display window. (I cannot fathom why folks would want to send photos back and forth to devices with such poor video resolution.)

The manual that comes with this phone is OK, but the text designer could have done a much better job creating distinct, clear headings. I'm still sorting through some of the more humorous sections such as "Your WAP browser," "PUK codes," and "Potentially explosive atmospheres." (I cannot believe how many people are jawing away on a cell phone while pumping gas.)

This little sucker is nearly as tough as a hockey puck, too. I've dropped my on the pavement at least half a dozen times and once had to snap it back together after what looked to be a fatal plummet. Well, it's scratched and scarred a bit, but it still works just fine.

Well, I'm one of the masses now, no longer a cellular Luddite. If you see me walking down the street with a wire in my ear, gesturing wildly, and arguing with invisible beings, please help me!

Product features:
Send and receive messages with image, sound and text
Synchronize your phone book, calendar and to-do list with your PC
Phone book with up to 500 contacts, with up to 5 numbers and 3 text entries per contact
Personalize your phone with 8 different color schemes
Calendar with up to 500 entries




Product: Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 2/5
Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Nokia strikes again (and thats not a good thing)


I have been trying various phones for the past 6 weeks to replace my 3650 on ATT and finally decided to try the 6620. I've tried the Palm treo, the V600 and the new blackberry on TMobile and found the Palm and blackberry to complex for what I'm looking for. I need a good organizer and the ability to synch with Outlook. Is that to much to ask for without having to buy extra components such as the Motorola requires? I think not! I've been using the 6620 for a week now and it took me 4 days to get it to synch with Outlook (USB or IR) and 90mins on the phone with Nokia support. I finally got it to synch and I thought, ok now I can sit back and relax for the next year until my contract is up again and I'll search for the next new phone.
Unfortunately my plan to chill is not to be. This phone has frozen on me twice already (the same problem with the 3650). I was assured by the folks in the stores that it was due to the old Symbian OS bugs and that the 6600 series had a newer improved OS only to find similiar problems on the 6620. as mentioned on several of these reviews the OS is slow, freezes and is glitchy. I really want to keep this phone and like it because of all the cool features plus the free synching software but I'm not sure if the trade off is worth my time and aggravation to put up with these issues. If only the V600 came with a USB cable and free software, I would go for that phone.
anyway, purchase at your own risk!
Product features:
Tri-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
Video recorder and RealOne Player
Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
640 x 480 VGA camera with 2x digital zoom
Sending images, video, text and voice clip as MMS




Product: Motorola Car Charger for V300, V400, V600 and Nextel i30-i95 Phones
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola Car Charger for V300, V400, V600 and Nextel i30-i95 Phones
cell phone charger


This was a much better deal compared to what i could get at a store even after the discount. The free shipping makes it worhwhile. I Have the T720 phone. Fits perfect. Works perfect.
Product features:
Portable charger plugs into lighter outlet
Powers battery while on the go
Charges battery when phone is not in use
Quick, simple installation
For use with Motorola 120c and V60c phones




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 3/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
good


ring volume does not go loud enough. vibrate is weak.
good display on outside and when opened. small. didn't break when dropped--so far. good battery. camera quality good. displayes number on outside of phone when calling. silent on phone option is good.
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: Nokia 3390 Phone with AOL (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3390 Phone with AOL (T-Mobile)
A good phone


I have had this phone for about a year now. I think it is a very durable phone and is not a nusance. I have dropped it many times, and even in water. It has not broken at all and it works very well. I like a lot of the features- but it is very basic. It works well for me, and is a simple phone.
Product features:
Loaded with AOL Instant Messenger
Changeable faceplates
Picture messaging, Voice-activated dialing
Up to 160 minutes' digital talk time and 7.5 days' digital standby time
Includes NiMH battery, charger, and hands-free headset




Product: LG VX6000 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 4/5
LG VX6000 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Note CDMA only


Let me start off by the saying the phone is awesome as far as reception ability, battery life, camera phone, voice quality and everything else you would expect. I have noticed a lot of good reviews about the phone which it undoubtedly deserves (reason I gave it 4/5 stars), but I came across a few things that should be noted before you actually buy one.
1. It is in no way a small phone, it is conspicously large and bulky.
2. The curvy design may be a little feminine, for those who care.
3. Very importantly, it works only on Verizon's digital service, so if u plan to spend a lot of time outside the cities, you would want to consider something with better roaming abilities.
4. NO GAMES!!!! what was LG thinking?
Product features:
Built-in camera, complete with zoom control and 3 resolution adjustments
Compact, attractive clamshell with full-color screen.
31 ring tones plus vibrating alert
Voice-activated dialing
Large, 7-line 262K TFT color display




Product: Sanyo RL-7300 PCS Vision Ready Link Phone (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sprint
Rating: 2/5
Sanyo RL-7300 PCS Vision Ready Link Phone (Sprint)
Sanyo 8100 is better than Sanyo 7300; I miss the 8100 menus


Reception - 2 bars low
The reception of the Sanyo 7300 is about half of the Sanyo 8100. The number of bars on the 7300 is always about two less than the 8100. When in a call, it's hard to understand the other party because they are always dropping out.

Speakerphone - can't interrupt speaker
When using the speaker phone, you can not talk (interrupt) until the other stops talking.

Returning Missed Calls is much more complicated
If you like how the 8100 menu works, you'll miss the ability to quickly call back missed calls. Here are the key strokes for both to call back from the point where you first see the Missed Call:
8100 = View, View, OK, OK
7200 = View, Exit, Menu, OK (Call History), 3 (Missed Calls), Options, OK (Call)
That's 3 extra keystrokes and 3 extra moves. Note: "View" and "Exit" is the same button. "Menu" and "OK" is the same button. "Options" is the button above the "Back" button. "Extra Moves" are defined as having to use a different key.

Calling Alternate Numbers is much more complicated using Outgoing History
8100 = Menu, OK (Call History), OK (Outgoing calls), OK (for last outgoing), Down (Alternate), pick alternate phone number
7300 = Menu, OK (Call History), OK (Outgoing calls), Options, Down, Down, Down, OK (Go to phone book), pick alternate phone number
That's 3 extra key strokes and 2 extra moves. The 8100 uses the same key for the first 4 key strokes. That's value. Whoever made this so complicated should have their head examined. I used the alternate feature of the 8100 all the time. After the primary phone number fails using voice dial, 70% of the time I want to try the alternate. The 7300 is such a pain.

Summary - Software investment saved
The only reason I will keep the 7300 is that my employer doesn't want pic phone on their premise. Also, the software I bought for the 8100 (FutureDial) works on the 7300 once I downloaded the update.

Product features:
Ruggedized Ready Link compatibile phone with dual-color displays, speakerphone and voice dialing
Quick, walkie-talkie style communication with Ready Link allows you to communicate at the touch of a button
Rugged design minimizes wear and tear
Built-in speakerphone and voice dialing make communicating easy and safe
Includes phone, rapid wall charger and user documentation




Product: Nokia 3200 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 3200 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Great GPS Phone


The Nokia 3200 is a great phone. The picture quality is great and it has cut out covers which make it easier to change them. I love the phone's polyphonic ringtones and it makes a great gift. Although pricey without a cellular plan it is worth it.
Product features:
Nokia 3200 features a camera and great style
Unique features include FM radio and a flashlight
Large LCD color display with 128x128 pixels
Comes with a clear shell to show cut-out covers
Key features include speakerphone, Java, MMS, and an enhanced Series 40 interface




Product: Motorola V551 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V551 Phone (Cingular)
Read before buying a cell phone.


First, let me tell you about these cell phone plans from Amazon.
Unless you have a great credit score a deposit may be required.
Chances are that if you are rejected, Amazon may not tell you.
Knowing this, it is in your best interests to be very proactive.

Always be certain to read the contract, or you may be sorry.
Many contracts have huge penalties, which may not be aware of.
Also many companies do not have coverage where they claim to.
Zane, a town in Utah has more coverage than my office building.
Once you are certain of a carrier and a plan, then pick a phone.
Nobody wants to end up like me with cell phone trouble.
Product features:
Quad-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
Integrated VGA camera with 4x zoom and video capture
MP3 ringtone capable
Features EDGE high-speed data network compatibility
Conference calling and integrated hands-free speaker




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