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Product: Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Awesome Morotola Razor V3


It is the thinnest, lightest, most practical mobile I have ever owned. It fits in any pocket and is not noticeable. It is sleek, stylyish, has all the features of the V600 but also includes a larger, inner LCD, color screen. The light touch keypad is also a wonderful addition and the characters are large and all light up. The ringer is louder than that of the V600. It is overall a wonderfull mobile.
Product features:
Razor-thin aircraft aluminum case
Bluetooth wireless technology
MPEG4 video playback
Built-in speakerphone
Digital camera with 4x digital zoom




Product: Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Good but lacks some stuff


This is a slick looking phone!Pro's:
-Nice display
-Good camera
-Good signal reception
-International PhoneCon's:-IrDA does not work with other phones.
-No bluetooth
-No speakerphone
-Average battery life (not a big concern)
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: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 4/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
So far, so great


I have been using the T610 for 3 days now. I must say that I am very impressed with this unit. Firstly, if feels quite substantial for being such a small and light phone. It fits very nicely in my palm and does not feel the least bit flimsy. Also, the user interface is top-notch -- extremely intuitive and well thought out. I didn't even have to open the manual before I dove in and started plucking away at all its cool features. The screen is bright and the colors are very rich for a cell phone. The last phone I had was a Samsung S105 and the screen on the T610 beats the Samsung's by a long shot (and I thought that was awesome when I first got it. Ah, Progress...). The camera is fine, though it wasn't really a selling point for me. I'm a photographer and have a digicam not much bigger than this with a flash and 3MP res. It is fun to take a picture and immediately e-mail to your friend, though. The reason I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is because of two major gripes I have with the unit. One is that the battery, while very small and light, unfortunately dies very quickly. I blew through a full battery in less than 2 days (as compared to 3-4 days with my old S105). Also, the signal strength is very weak in my neighborhood and it picks up much less service than I used to get. In places where I had 3 bars on the S105, I had none on the T610. I'm not sure if it has to do with the lack of an external antenna, but it could certainly use improvement in the signal pick-up area. Overall, the T610 is a really great phone and I do not regret getting it. I would also like to add that the Bluetooth wireless headset that comes with it is pretty cool, but I don't get close to 30ft of range, even in a room with nothing in the way but air. Thanks. P.S. Just a quick little note: The T610 has one of the coolest rings I have ever heard on a cell phone. It's called Old Phone and it sounds EXACTLY like an old rotary phone. I think it's really funny having a 20 year-old ring coming out of a modern digital phone -- very ironic (insert eerie sci-fi noises here).
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: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 1/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Do not Buy


Bought this phone less than a month ago. It does not have a very strong signal reception even when within 100 yards of cell tower. Do not buy. Sony also has bad customer service when I called them.
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: PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 2/5
PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
A major software revision is needed.


I bought this phone as a replacement for my Samsung 8500, (a phone that has served me extremely well over the last three years). I researched many many phones before I decided to get this one.I am rather disappointed with this phone for several reasons.1. Signal strength meter consistently at 1 or 2 bars only. I very rarely ever see more than two signal bars, but I don't have many problems with making calls, and it does better making a call in known weak areas than the 8500 did. The thing is, I only know where the weak areas are from past experience using my 8500. I sure wouldn't know where the weak areas are by looking at the signal strength on this phone, it's ALWAYS low.2. When using a headset (which is how I make about 90% of my calls), the person I am talking to tells me that I keep cutting out (digital packet loss). The problem is worse if I am in a weak service area. If I unplug the headset and hold the phone to my ear, they can hear me fine. The problem is NOT the headset. I have several headsets, and they all do the same thing. Also, although the handset has a good volume level, when I use my headset, I can hardly hear. My 8500 was usually too loud, but could be turned down. I never had any problem with hearing or being heard with any of my headsets on my 8500 unless I was in a bad service area.3. Call timers... What call timers! They totally did away with them. Other than the CURRENT call you are on, there is NO history of how long past phone calls were. Once you hang up, it's gone... FOREVER! It makes it difficult to bill for my phone time when I cannot go back into the call history to see how long a phone call was. As far as I am concerned, with the amount of memory the modern day phones have, there should be a cumulative call timer for every listing in your phone book, and possibly even in the caller ID list. The phone should have the length of the call listed for every individual inbound and outbound call. The lifetime counter (odometer) is completely gone too. Why!?!? 4. Major software bug. Text messages cause a ghost data session. Anytime I receive any kind of text message or e-mail, I cannot make an outbound phone call without having to log onto and then off of the internet or power cycle the phone. It totally defeats the purpose of having someone hit 2 in voicemail for the caller to have their caller ID number sent to your phone as a text message. When you go to read the message and hit the button to call them back, it says you cannot do that until you press end to quit the data session. When you do that, it still does not end the data session. This is a MAJOR problem for me as I receive a majority of my messages via caller ID and text messaging.5. Ringers do not stay where I want them. I leave the phone on vibrate most of the time, however, if you leave the flip open, it turns escalating ring (louder the longer it rings). If you have it plugged into the charger, it just goes into straight ring on extremely _L_O_U_D_! This is beyond annoying when you are trying to sleep.6. Wireless web. Although the speed of the 3G wireless web is impressive, many of the features that I used to be able to get into with the 2G (straight text) wireless internet are just plain gone from the available menus of 3G wireless internet. The ones I used the most, the Sprint wireless web people tried to help me get them back, but some of them just plain and simple will not work on the new phone. I thought that I would be able to get to all of the stuff I got with my old phone plus a whole lot more. Instead, they just removed about 75% of what used to be there and replaced it with subscription & pay based services. The ones that I miss most are Yahoo finance message board and Buzztime trivia. GONE!7. Backlight Part 1. The color screen is very nice, however the controls for the brightness could be a bit more flexible. First of all, there should be some way to get light into the phone other than strictly from the backlight. When I try to look at the phone during a call, the display is completely black. It is NOT possible to read anything on the display without the backlight. (The outside display CAN be read without the backlight)8. Backlight Part 2. I leave the screen settings in "power save mode" most of the time, because the display is just too bright (especially at night). The bad part about using "power save mode" is that when you do, the keypad lights are turned completely off (a problem at night). 9. The outside display is awesome. I love virtually everything about it. I wish that there was an easy way to make the backlight come on to look at the time. While on the subject of time, I don't know why the spinning compass (when searching for service) is more important than the current time. Leave the time up on the screen and do something else for searching for service.9. The camera is easy to use, does well in poorly lighted rooms, quality is decent, and the "fun frames" are pretty cool.
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: Logitech Mobile Freedom Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Logitech
Rating: 4/5
Logitech Mobile Freedom Bluetooth Headset
Great sound, reasonably comfortable


Got this headset to replace my Jabra (which was incompatable with my Nokia 3650). Fit and comfort is extremely subjective but I found the Jabra to be far more comfortable (I would actually forget I was wearing it); that said, this unit is not uncomfortable (until after a couple hours) just not nearly AS comfortable or securely fitting.

Very few complaints as far as performance. It was easy to pair with my phone, my wife's Motorola V3 and even my laptop. Sound quality is clear for both parties (recipients occasionally complained of a pinging noise with the Jabra) and the noise reduction actually works to eliminate wind noise. Battery life is excellent. The single function can be a little aggrevating (especially when trying to turn it off as you have to hold it down for a long time). The only weird and very rare quirk is occassionally calls will be interrupted with a strange sound that sounds like someone dropping a manhole cover as it spins on pavement - very strange, very annoying and fortunately very rare.

Overall, performance is top notch, comfort is acceptable and value is difficult to beat.
Product features:
No additional phone dongle needed to enjoy 10 meters (30 feet) of range. It also works with your Bluetooth-compatible PC. And Bluetooth v1.2 gives you adaptive frequency hopping, quick connect time, and improved audio quality.
WindStop technology enables clear conversations in adverse conditions by reducing the disruptive effects of wind noise, including automobile air conditioners.
Rotating clip conveniently fits either ear, and lightweight soft foam ear pad stays comfortable even after long talk sessions.
Enjoy up to 7 hours of talk time or up to 250 hours of standby time between charges.
Call/answer button on the headset lets you conduct calls without having to pick up the phone. The Logitech Mobile Freedom Headset also supports several features built into many handsets, such as voice dialing, three-way calling, and m




Product: Motorola HS850 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola HS850 Bluetooth Headset
Can't recommend this, it's trash


Headset worked fine, but fits poorly on the ear, swinging out and in, feeling like it would fall off, very distracting. Can't seem to adjust it to hold against the ear.
I treated it with care, but within a few months the plastic shell began disintegrating, cracking and pieces falling off. Now the control button is apparently shorting causing my phone to randomly redail numbers. I expected alot better from Motorola.
Product features:
Bluetooth wireless technology means that the sheer convenience of hands-free communication is enhanced with total freedom of movement.
Unfold the boom microphone, place the headset over the ear and a link will be established automatically.
This universal accessory encourages users to update, change and evolve because it is compatible with all other 1.1 compliant Bluetooth wireless technology phones by Motorola and other manufacturers.
Smaller Size, Bigger Power. This tiny powerhouse is less than 5 cm in diameter when folded and weighs just 20 grams.
Increased talk time of up to 8 hours and standby time of up to 200 hours.




Product: Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Finally....


If you are like me and love email, chat, and SMS and do not want to compromise phone functionality this may be just the device for you. I am very happy with it!

I have been waiting for a device in this form factor and with the performance for a long time. The keyboard is very useable and makes sms, chat, and email a breeze when out and about. The ringer is good a loud and I love being able to play "London Calling" by The Clash when calls come in from overseas! The phone works great, easy to hear. The spekerphone function comes in handy when I need to listen and take notes. The T-Mobile POP/IMAP email service works as expected. I can get alerts when new mail comes in and the phone is triggered to retrieve the mail messages on the account.

There are some annoyances though:

It is not supported by iSync on the Mac - Bummer.
The bluetooth seems to be disabled for anything other than a headset. I have yet to be able to get in and exchang files between my OS X mac and the A630. The Alarm function is kludgy compared to my Sony/Ericsson. I loved the recurring alarm settings where I could seet what day I want the alarm to go off on. (a nit)

Other than those things... it is a real winner. As long as you are not counting on it working with iSync and exchanging files with a mac (forget Salling Clicker for now) I think you will be happy with this phone.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM capability
Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
Supports MMS, SMS, e-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4), and instant messaging
Integrated VGA digital camera
Full QWERTY keyboard with 5-way navigation




Product: PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Red (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 5/5
PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Red (Sprint)
red sanyo 8200


this is a sexy stylish phone to have in your pocket the digital camera is nice and able to access the web comes in handy
Product features:
Feature-packed with VGA camera with flash, speakerphone, dual-color displays and voice dialing
Built-In digital camera features 640x480 resolution, flash, auto-focus lens and zoom capaility
Vivid dual displays each displaying in 65,000 colors
Built-in speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze
Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation




Product: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Fun Being first


Make no mistake, Nokia makes a good product. I held off for a few months in writing a review. I didn't want to be reactionary. But then I forgot. So here is my review. I purchased this phone during a small window in May of 03 when it was offered for free. I think it was only offered at that price for a week, then it jumped back up after rebates. I'll tell you this: Its fun being the first kid on the block with a Camera phone. The phone took great pictures, considering its main use is communication. The Odd Keypad layout is very attractive, but for a guy that text messages a lot, after 6 months i NEVER got used to it. I appreciated the predictive text, but it isn't as good as the T9, on the samsungs. The Phone book was easy to use, as were its other practical uses. Most importantly, the T-mobile network in the Great Los Angeles area is at its best with this phone. I had an Samsung S105 before, and the Nokia gets better service, bar none. The down sides of this phone are mainly its size, and the sluggishness of the OS. Forget putting this phone in your pocket; get that out of your head, especially if you are a female in a tight pair of jeans. The only pocket this phone fits into is a cargo pocket. lucky I wore Cargo shorts all summer. After the mystique of the camera wore off, friends and co-workers would make fun of how large it was. I'd simply reply "Its big, like a Cadillac", they'd chuckle, but in all honestly, it was an inconvenience. Often switching from one application to another take a few seconds, which got old. And it takes longer to boot up than a P1 running windows 95. Here a quick summary...PROS:
Signal strength
Camera
Affordibility
M emory Card (16Mb)
Interchangeable Faceplates
Ease of MenusCONS:
Size, Size, Size
Sluggish operation
Camera lens scratches All in all, its a decent phone, but with number portability, you should be able to talk you provider into giving you a better phone for free.
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




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