Gsm mobile phone related reviews

Product: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
All in one and good one...

First thing, I was amazed with the clarity and size of the pictures.
It's features are enarmous.. MMC media card makes life lot easier for storing pictures and what not..I even tried it as a webcam, mp3 player.. they work pretty good.
Only thing is it converts mp3 files to wav format.. heck what.. it works that's fine.Size is little big but I can trade off with the features.
It has a loud speker which is very convinient.
Bluetooth + Infrared makes anything compatible..
J2ME capability is a very good advantage.Ringtones.. wow this is amazing.. You can even customize person's voice as ringtone to his/her number.. Few drawbacks are..
Can't hear the ring properly.. it's very feable. Any ring tone.. Overall good phone to buy..
Product features:
Wireless phone with integrated video/digital camera
3.4 MB on board storage, MultiMediaCard expansion slot
Oversized display for MP4 video playback
High-speed internet access, supports Java-based downloads
Integrated Bluetooth connectivity for data transmission to other Bluetooth devices

Product: Motorola V551 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V551 Phone (Cingular)
Broken Phone

I received my phone on or about Jan. 25.
It was set up properly but from the first day did not hold a charge.
The manual said to charge it 4 or 5 times and the charge will get better. This was done and now the phone is DEAD. What do I do?
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

Product: Sony Ericsson T616 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson T616 Phone (Cingular)
Still one of the best PHONE

I have had my T616 for phone for a year and half with Cingular. For someone who needs a phone with solid and friendly features, this phone still tops the pack.
Call quality is good, and battery life is excellent. I also like this phone's date and time sync with network, so it's updated wherever you go.
I don't think my phone is locked, or at least overseas frequencies are not locked out. I often use it overseas (I normally buy a local SIM card when I need extended stay overseas, so it's a lot cheaper to make and receive calls, both for me and for my local clients and friends). I love this ability because all my contacts are on the phone and I don't need to do anything to use them. You can also edit the phone number before you call, and the change won't be saved, so I can take the country or area code off when I am calling an overseas number locally!
Another feature I love is to store and use calling card. For those who only use cell phone to call US numbers, you probably don't understand the beauty about this feature. Calling overseas directly with your cell phone's international service defiantly will break your bank. There are tons of cheap calling cards on the market (especially buy them online), and you can call U.K. for 3 cents/min or China for 2 cents/min (right, cheaper than domestic long distance). But dialing those access numbers and codes to get connected is a pain when I use landline phones. With this cell phone you can store 2 calling card numbers and codes. Then I just need to scroll to the international number (programmed as 011-country code-area code-number), press "more", choose "calling card call", you are connected!! If one card is not working, you can choose another one. Now I can call overseas any time, when I am driving or traveling or when I am laying on the beach. I make overseas calls several times a week, so this feature has defiantly become essential to me. I had other cell phones before, and still remember when I needed to use calling card, I had to write all the numbers and code on a piece of paper, then dial each one accordingly. What a pain!
Obviously this phone's camera is not worth using. But what's more important for a cell phone?
I surely love some of the newer models, especially SmartPhone with Windows OS. I am looking for upgrade but haven't seen other manufacturer making phones with the features I mentioned above, even some SE's newer high end models don't have these features. So I'll probably have to wait a little longer before I can use some newer gadget.

Product features:
The T616 features a high-resolution screen with 65,536 colors
Comes with MMS, which allows you to compose your messages using images, sounds and text
Supports the Java and Mophun platforms, making the widest range of mobile games and applications available for you to download
Supporting Bluetooth, infrared and cable, the T616 is fully compatible with any computer. Your phone books and calendars will stay synchronized and updated
With a built-in camera and QuickShare software, you take pictures and store them on your computer or send them to friends all in a few simple steps

Product: Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 2/5
Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Some Significant Problems.

This is a nice phone with quite a few good features. We got ours with AT&T Wireless for cheap.We had been happily using TDMA phones for several years, and the quality and signal reception where we live is good enough that we just turned off our regular landline phone about a year ago. TDMA has worked fine as our primary phone.But this phone is GSM, a newer digital type of cel phone, and the audio quality is significantly poorer than our old TDMA phones! This by itself may cause us to return the phones.Another beef I have with this phone is that it only lets me put names into it's phonebook up to 16 characters long. So for example, the name "Singleton Real Estate" doesn't fit. The manual says that the length of the names you can put in is determined by your SIM card, which is a little memory chip you put in the phone when you activate it.Well this sucks because I have numerous business and friend contacts that require more than 16 characters. I need to be able to have entries like "Some Company - Bob Jones", "Some Company - Tom Smith", etc. This phone does not let me do that.I realize for many people this will not be a problem, but if you want a phone for more than just friends and family calling, this may be a problem for you. Look through your existing celphone phonebook and see how many entries you have that are longer than 16 characters before you buy this one.There are some awkward interface issues with using the phone, but so far nothing that I can't live with. The mMode feature seems like a neat gizmo, but when I activated it, it cannot locate where my phone is, which renders a lot of the "go2" functionality inoperative. But that's not a show-stopper for me: the mMode thing is a neat toy, but not something I'm really depending on.Overall, the phone is nice and small, lightweight, loud ring tones, bright display, smaller than a pack of smokes, and the problem of seeing callerID before answering can be fixed by disabling "Folder Active" in phone options as a previous reviewer noted. I like the ergonomics, but the functionality just doesn't seem to be there...We'll live with the phones for a few weeks and decide whether to take advantage of the 30-day return policy. At this point I think we're going to return these phones because of the sound quality and the brain-damaged phone directory limitation.
Product features:
Samsung 426 is notable for its thin profile, light weight, and large, bright color display
Includes GPRS high-speed data and Java downloadable applications
Features 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
Holds 7 hours of talk time and 216 hours of standby time
Supports wireless Internet and text messaging

Product: Audiovox SMT5600 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Audiovox SMT5600 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
The Best Yet

I bought this little powerhouse (hardly any larger than my Nokia 8260) four days ago and it's everything I'd been looking for in a Smartphone. Looked for over a year and nearly bought a Siemens X56 and an MPX200, but each had major flaws, including older slower software and processors. This phone has no noticeable software lag. Punch a key and it's right there. I couldn't stop playing with the phone during a two hour train ride the day I bought it and intermittently for the next couple of days - great way to learn how to use it
Finally I can retire my PDA (IPAQ ) and take just one device with me to business meetings and on trips. Just navigating the menus is a pleasure because of the bright, easy to read screen and the familiar Microsoft interface. You'll have to get used to the lack of a touch screen and enter/synch any serious data via your PC, so this is not a Blackberry substitute. But my biggest concern, navigating through 1000+ names (while driving) to make a call has been solved brilliantly. Just start keying in the first or last name (one keystroke per letter) and the software narrows the list down based on all the possible letters represented by the number keys pressed. So that after three or four keystrokes, you're there; it's faster than scrolling.
Two important things to note. First, on Nov. 15 AT&T's GSM coverage improved in many service areas (check with your AT&T rep) when they combined tower coverage with Cingular. I stuck with my TDMA phone way too long because GSM just didn't have adequate coverage on eastern Long Island.
Second, because the SMT 5600 is so new, accessories are few and far between. My dealer didn't have a car charger, so I ordered one on the internet that is now on back order. Fortunately, battery life is excellent. And if you want to load up on software and/or multimedia files, you'll need a larger, hard-to-find mini SD card.
Finally the price is right - $199 after rebates with an AT&T service plan.
Six month update: this is still a great phone. Battery life is excellent and it's survived a few drops (onto floor) with no ill effects. The persistnet alerts never let me forget a meeting. Now that Cingular is selling it, it should dominate its category. Only complaint is the speakerphone is not very loud.
Product features:
World's smallest Windows Mobile Smartphone
Call, email, text message or instant message - all from one integrated phone
Email, contacts and calendar sync seamlessly with your PC
Built-In CMOS VGA Camera with Camcorder
Built-In Bluetooth and Speakerphone

Product: T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Love my Sidekick

I was a little bit nervous about buying the sidekick after reading so many bad reviews on the phone, but I decided that the positives would outweigh the negatives.

When it comes to calling, the phone has good voice quality. I did not have a problem getting used to holding the phone to my face, but if that is a problem, a hands free earbud is included with the phone. Dialing is only a problem while driving. The scrolling keyboard is not easy to use and the regular keyboard is not easy to navigate while driving. If the number that you want to call is in the recent calls list, then there is not problem finding it and dialing. It might have been better if the company had added voice activated dialing to the phone for convenience.

I haven't had any problems with the web on my phone. There are times when you can't get a signal for it (I didn't have one the entire time I was on a major highway), but the websites load much faster than other reviews on the website would have you believe. It works maybe at dial up speed or a little slower, but that depends on the signal. AIM is great on this phone along with the text messaging features.

If you want to protect the phone from scratches, you can buy a "Skin" for it which would cover the major areas of the phone like the display.

The camera on the phone is nothing compared to my LG6000. I don't think that the camera is useful at all. The pictures are grainy and have little contrast. The flash on the camera does not help to lighten the picture up. I don't think it is even useful for getting spur of the moment shots.

As another reviewer said, if you want to have an alarm on your phone, you have to download time traveler for 5 dollars.

Overall, i'm very happy with the phone.

Product features:
Real web browsing
Built-in camera with flash
Built-in organizer with PC synchronization
Photo caller ID
AOL Instant Messenger, text messaging, 6 MB email account

Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
urgent massage needed

Hello, i am interested in the immediate purchase of this Motorola V300 Phone and i shall be paying via western union auction payments.i will like to ask if you will be able to ship as soon as payment is confirmed and approved by western union auction payments, i mean upon recieval of approval notification.i want to send this to my son in africa and as a result of this, i will handle shipping with my UPS account, this means i will not include shipping fees to payment made.if you will be able to do this,pls get back to me with your final asking price, contact name, address and telephone number so that i can proceed with payment right away.
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 T722i Phone with Camera Attachment (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola T722i Phone with Camera Attachment (T-Mobile)
not that bad

my dad and grandfather have this phone have the chance to play with them and fiture them is a nice phone a mean a phone the camera is not that good o well is an adition so it wont be to good is not a new phone on the market so you cant coparate with v300 or e715 calls are preatty cleard the voice dial is nice and cleard the game is not good but the web t-zone works great so you can go and play games the polyphonic tones are nicewhen you down load is and good avreage phone battery not a big issue becs my e715 drains fast as well the v300wth avreage use can last 2,3 days so really if you want a feature phone get e715 or if dont have the $ get v300 if you want a nice avreage phone with phone features get this is not all that but is not that bad as people said
Product features:
Large color screen supports up to 4096 colors (120x160 pixels)
Synchronize your Phonebook, Calendar and To-Do List
Email Text and Picture Messages
Voice Dialing, Recording, and Commands
Phone supports wireless Internet and Java downloads

Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 2/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Huge number of features

Great features - except for the phone one. Seriously - Bluetooth, IR, good phone book features, nice color display (though it washes out if you are using polarized glasses). However, I get much weaker signals (and call quality) on this phone vs. my previous one. If everywhere you would use the phone has strong signals, you may be just fine - but if you are on the edge, this is not the phone for you, unless you value the non-phone features more than it working as a phone. :)
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: Nokia 3100 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 2/5
Nokia 3100 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Poor Reception - Harsh Keys - Dead Bug

AT&T is the only cell phone provider that will give you 30 days to try out their service. I tried. I cancelled.After some research, I picked the Nokia 3100. This phone is exactly what I wanted; it is a small tri-mode GSM world phone. It will operate on most GSM frequencies, allowing you to roam in Europe and across the world without difficulty. Signal and reception was bad, especially in wooded areas or in buildings. Parking garage? Forget it. I found dead spots a plenty in the northern Houston metropolitan area. Which is curious, since AT&T TDMA service used to be rock solid. I replaced the 3100 with a Nokia 3595, and haven't had any of the reception problems since.
Product features:
Nokia 3100 features the highly-customizable 3000 series design
Features a large LCD color display (4096 colors)
Supports unique faceplates that light up in sync with ringtones and games
Includes GPRS high-speed data, Java, and MMS
Comes with a speakerphone and predictive text entry technology

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