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Product: Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Attractive and useful


The new V600 from Motorola finally arrived. It has all the functions of a typical power cell phone these days: built-in digital camera, color screens, and lots of bells & whistles. But I have to say its styling is more attractive than most of the plain-vanilla silver phones from Asian manufacturers. Also, it's solidly built and feels sturdy. Reception is great, although I'm still not thrilled with T-Mobile's coverage here in the Northeast.

What really excites me about the phone is the inclusion of Bluetooth and its quad-band capability. The latter means it'll get more coverage in the future as the new frequency is being implemented here in the U.S. (Does't make a difference overseas.) Bluetooth means I can finally use a wireless headset, and also hook up to my PDA and Fujitsu laptop.

Even though this is available only for T-Mobile, it's one of the very best phones on the market today.
Product features:
Colorful customizable external display
VGA camera with 4x digital zoom
Integrated Bluetooth for wireless data connectivity
5 MB internal memory for downloadable applications, ringtones, wallpapers, and photos
Large 65,000-color display with video playback




Product: PCS Phone Audiovox/Toshiba VM4050 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 3/5
PCS Phone Audiovox/Toshiba VM4050 (Sprint)
Toshiba VM2050


Overall a good phone. When it works. The thing keeps going bad and i have to keep getting new ones from sprint. Im on the third one now. The screen has good resolution. The camera is decent but the video sucks. Bad quality and only fifteen seconds of video. The menus are one of the easiest to use you will find. Very user freindly and easy to use shortcuts are a plus. The ringers are of a decent calibur but not great by any means. Very bad real music tones. Stick with just the polyphonic. I have been happy with its features but not very reliable go with a differnt phone like a moto razar much nicer. Sprint leaves a bad taste in my mouth switching to cingular. peace.
Product features:
VM4050 offers a built-in video and still camera, which can take and send VGA images or 15-second clips
2.2-inch TFT main screen offers an ultra-high-resolution main display (260,000 colors)
Comes with built-in Speakerphone: Hands-free operation of your phone is made easy with the built-in speakerphone
Offers picture caller ID so users can instantly tell who is calling without opening the phone
Features include a built-in speakerphone, voice control and voice guidance, which means the phone talks to users to inform them of important events




Product: Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 3/5
Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Roasted E715 Cellphone


I have had this phone after 7 days it released to the US market.
So far, it works great: 16bit color, 5 mega bytes picture memory, great design, clear sound quality, good reception(in my neighborhood), customizable wallpapers, etc.The only thing that bothers me is the battery life. There is only one battery comes with the phone, unlike my previous phone s-105, which has two batteries. Unless you only use your phone for talking and calling, the picture messenging and camera drain the battery FAST!!!, so get ready to disconnect it anytime if you don't charge it freguently.
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: Nokia 3560 Phone (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 1/5
Nokia 3560 Phone (AT&T)
Amazon is great.. phone is great, just say away from AT&T


Very Good all around, TDMA. Don't go to GSM for a year or so, in this area, anyway.
Product features:
High-resolution color display with personalizable color schemes and wallpapers
Send and receive e-mail and access the Web wirelessly
Java support for game and application downloads
Memory available for downloadable ring tones and picture messages
Personalize caller ID with graphic icons




Product: Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 1/5
Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
Battery useless just over a year after purchase


I've had this product just over a year and had decent success using it w/ my Sony Erickson T610. I didn't use it much, however, and now it's practically useless, cause the battery runs out after 20-30 minutes of use (and starts beeping before that). Since I didn't use it much, I'm guessing I recharged the battery 20-30 times at most. Since you can't replace the battery, that means it's time to buy another, but it wont be a Jabra!
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 Slider V5 MTV Edition Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 2/5
Kyocera Slider V5 MTV Edition Phone (Virgin Mobile)
OK Phone- With some major drawbacks


I was initialy happy when I purchased this phone last November. But my opinion has changed. I'm sure you have read enough glowing reviews so I'd like to list some negative points.

Lets start with the biggest drawback; The ringtone volume is too low! I drive a truck for a living and on its highest setting I still can't hear it while I'm driving, some ring-tones are barely audible even when I'm not in a noisy atmosphere.

So this brings me to the vibration feature, If the phone is not directly up aganst your skin you can't feel it. Low volume and a weak vibration = missed calls. This to me, is the reason I am looking for a new phone. Also, the vibration feature stopped working all together, so that meant sending it back to Virgin for a new phone and unfortunatly all my contacts and downloaded ringtones were gone with no refund.

Some other annoyances: The tip calculator, I generally tip between 15 & 20%, so lets say I tip on the average 17% the phone only gives you the options of 10,15,18,and 20%? Any other phone I've seen with this feature gives you the option of entering your own percentage. You can enter in your own tip $$ amount but that just totals your bill, And if you can't figure out a 10% or 20% tip in your head you should bring an accountant to dinner with you.

I didn't buy this phone for the MTV features, But if you want to use them you have to pay for air time, As with any new toy I played with them in the begining but boy did my account balance go down quick! Not a feature I would recomend on a pre-paid plan.

Virgin says it is .25 cents a minute but according to the phone's timer it costs me .25 cents at 55 seconds.

As far as the pre paid plan goes its not bad. I used AT&T Free2Go before I bought this phone and was going to cancel my AT&T plan but kept it for my wife to use for emergencys. The Virgin plan was about 1/2 the price at the time. But recently AT&T's Prices have come down dramaticly (You can buy a $100 fill up, good for a year at .15 cents a Min.) so I may switch back to AT&T Free2Go as my primary phone service.

I know this is all negative but I'm sure you've also read all the good points about this phone. Happy Shopping!
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Unique sliding design - phone slides open with the push of a thumb
Full-color screen
Downloadable, polyphonic ringtones and vibrate alert
2-way text messaging, 1-touch and voice dialing




Product: Motorola MPx220 Smartphone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola MPx220 Smartphone (Cingular)
Great phone overall


My fiance was pining hard for the Motorola RAZR, so he and I went to the Cingular store near our house and picked up a RAZR for him and an MPx220 for me. I had gone in originally intending to purchase a V551, which had all the basic features I wanted. However, upon using the V551, I quickly realized that the UI would drive me nuts in the space of a day. As I was playing with the demo phone, I realized I had no idea what I was doing and that randomly pushing buttons would get me nowhere quickly.

After dismissing the V551 on the basis of kludgy UI, I picked up the MPx220. Perhaps it's because I'm a Windows user, but I found it very intuitive to work with. I was changing the wallpaper on the phone and taking photos within 15 seconds of picking it up. The feature-set is very nice, but for me the key point was usability.

The package came with a charger, a USB cable for syncing to your PC, and a CD-ROM with ActiveSync and Outlook 2002. I use Thunderbird as my email client, but installed Outlook (and configured it NOT to be an email client) so I could sync up contacts and my calendar - this phone will happily double as your PDA, and I think it will probably do a better job than my last PDA did.

Syncing was quick and easy, and I was also able to download a number of applications from sites like handango.com.

The sound quality is good (I have the 1.30 ROM) and so far I've had no problems calling my fiance or having him call me. The phone aspect works well, though I have not yet tested the speakerphone or the bluetooth.

My only problem thus far with the phone has been the picture caller ID. The generic picture caller ID is a blue man-blob, so I took a photo of my fiance and selected "Attach to contact". I then tried several times to get him to call me and see if his picture would show up - it didn't. After beating my head against the very obtuse manual (another reason to have a good UI), my fiance said, "Well, it IS Windows - try rebooting your phone." Sure enough, the next time he called, his photo showed up like it should.

This is a great phone overall - sleek, sexy, full of useful features, and easy to use. But it's not without its quirks. I would definitely recommend this phone, as the features are worth an occasional minor annoyance.
Product features:
Compatibility with Windows Mobile applications (Pocket Outlook/Pocket Internet Explorer)
64MB Flash ROM and mini-SD removable memory for extra storage
Link your phone to your PC with ActiveSync or Bluetooth
Fully synchronize your email, calendar, contacts and tasks
Built-in 1.2 megapixel camera with flash




Product: Nokia Hands-Free Earbud Headset Kit for Nokia Phones
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia Hands-Free Earbud Headset Kit for Nokia Phones
Mixed blessing


This earpiece has been a godsend. I can drive, shop, or do anything that's non-strenuous and keep a phone conversation going indefinitely. The phone has a setting that allows the phone/earpiece to ring once and you are connected. No reaching for the phone or even the connect button on the earpiece wire. There is a point when the earpiece does tire the ear from insertion but it is not a handicap nor a reason not to buy it. The only caution is to be careful not to snag the wire and to be sure the main phone unit is securely attached to your belt or clothing.
Product features:
Provides the safety of hands-free use
Simple to use
Proven noise-canceling technology
Increased comfort
Compatible with Nokia 5100, 6100, and 7100 series phones




Product: Motorola MPx200 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Motorola MPx200 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Cool Phone but worst customer service by AT&T


I am giving 4 stars to this phone just due to the worst customer service experience I had with AT&T. This is for both their phone and email customer service. They took 10 days 6 Calls and 8 Hours of my time to activate this phone. I have been AT&T wireless customer for more than 2 years and now planning to switch to sprint when my other phone contract ends next year.
Product features:
The Motorola MPx200 Smartphone does it all by combining all the functionality you need into a single, pocket-size package
Windows Mobile software brings the familiar Windows experience to the palm of your hand
You can synchronize everything with your desktop PC -- automatically -- with a USB connection, or over the air
Functionality allows you to download music, games, video clips, and ring tones
Watch videos, news clips, and film trailers anywhere you go




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great Phone, Light Buttons


This phone was purchased with the T-Mobile plan to replace a Nokia phone with AT&T. I changed phones and service because my old phone could not get reception inside of buildings. I chose the V300 due to the external antennae. I have had the phone for two weeks now and I have been very pleased. The reception is a bit tinny sometimes, but overall I have not had any problems with dropped calls. I text message quite frequently and the phone offers you two choices for writing your text. The first is an intuitive text entry method where the phone guesses the words that you are trying to type and displays them on the screen for you to choose. This method is supposed to save time, but I have not yet gotten the hang of it. The second method is the tried and true press each button for each letter method. My only problem with the phone is that the buttons are not the same shape and are spaced apart which makes text messaging a bit trickier at first. Plus the numbers and letters which are written on the buttons are very light and I often have to shift the angle of the phone in order just to read the buttons. The light text might also be an issue for someone with vision problems.Overall, I would recommend this phone. The only reason why I gave it four stars instead of five is because I think that Motorola needs to darken the text on the buttons for those users who like to text message or who have vision problems.
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




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