Gsm mobile phone related reviews


Product: palmOne Treo 600 PDA Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 5/5
palmOne Treo 600 PDA Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Excellent


Haven't tried the 650 yet but this phone is clearly the best on the market in terms of use, style, and functionality. A happy owner
Product features:
Treo 600 combines a full-featured mobile phone and Palm OS organizer with wireless applications like email, text messaging, web browsing and even a digital camera
QWERTY keyboard makes entering text and accessing information fast and familiar-perfect for messaging and a must have for email
Built-in color web browser, Blazer, gives you fast access to nearly all the sites on the web-not just the ones optimized for mobile devices
Take a picture or share images with others via email-you can even attach a photo to a phone number so you can see exactly who's calling with Picture Caller ID
Because Treo 600 runs the popular Palm OS, there are thousands of applications you can download and use-like MP3 players, etc.




Product: T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Overall a good device!


pro's

1. An easy device to use
2. AIM
3. real POP email
4. decent games (though it only comes with one preinstalled)
5. switchblade screen is very cool but will it be durable down the road?

con's

1. Still No Bluetooth!
2. Not a good "phone device" because of the size (it's huge) and shape (kinda awkward)
3. Inconsistant data conectivity speeds (not really noticable except with web browsing)
4. Still no java compatibility!
5. cammera is really poor quality (my Motorola v600 has a much better cammera)
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: Sidekick II Leather Pouch (Black with Gray Trim)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Superior Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Sidekick II Leather Pouch (Black with Gray Trim)
it certainly makes a good case for itself...


I like the style of this carrier. It fits nicely on the waist and doesn't slide around. It's also comfortable when sitting down or bending over or whatever...pretty unobtrusive. It was a little awkard at first because it was a really snug fit for the phone. It was a pain getting the phone in and out, and it still is a little awkward, but it's pretty easy now. It's hard to hear any alerts you have while the phone is in the carrier, but you can still feel the vibrate. I'd definitely recommend this over the original case which is vinyl and velcro and tacky...
--$.02
Product features:
Flap provides security while providing for easy access to device
Holds device horizontally on your belt
Spring belt clip for secure but easy release
Quality Leather




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
BEST FOR THE BUCK


CAN NOT GIVE A 5 STAR BECAUSE THERE IS ALWAYS ROOM FOR INPROVEMENT. MY DAUGHTER GOT THIS MOTOROLA FOR [$] BUT IT'S LCD WAS DEFECTIVE SO SHE GOT THE SAMSUNG E715 AS A REPLACEMENT. NOW THREE WEEKS LATER THE PRICE ON THIS MOTOROLA DROPS TO MINUS [$]WITH REBATES SO I DECIDED TO TRY IT AGAIN AS MY PHONE. SO FAR, SO GOOD. MOTOROLA VS SAMSUNG- THE V300'S BATTERY LAST LONGER,HAS A SPEAKERPHONE, VOICE RECOGNITION, A GREAT EXTERIOR FEEL, NICER ACCESSORIES, CHEAPER THAN FREE AND ITS AN AMERICAN COMPANY. THE E715 IS SMALLER, NO ANTENNA STICKING UP, BETTER LCD ACTION, LARGE OUTSIDE LCD WITH COOL CLOCK, LARGER PHONE # READOUT (WEAR OR NEED GLASSES?)AND MULTI-COLORED LIGHTS THAT BLINK WHEN YOU GET A PHONE CALL. (MY DAUGHTER LIKES THIS BUT I FEEL ITS A BIT TACKY). TRUTHFULLY, THE PRICE WAS THE DECISION MAKER BECAUSE BOTH PHONES ARE PRETTY COOL. THE YOUNGER YOU ARE, OR FEEL, THE MORE LIKELY YOU WOULD GO WITH THE SAMSUNG AND NOT THE MONEY SAVINGS!
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: Samsung i700 PDA Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Samsung i700 PDA Phone (Verizon Wireless)
After 1 year use as PDA and a phone


I am a web designer, and work got me an i700 a year ago so I can test small-form screen design. Despite considering myself a 'techie', I held getting a cell phone so this was my first. I used this 50-50 as a PDA and a phone.

The other reviewers ARE correct that you do not want one of these as a heavily used cell-phone, however I would say the voice quality is NOT BAD in my unit.

There IS non-volatile memory, 5MB worth. You have to copy data to this partition to protect it. That is easy to forget to do. If you run out of power or yank the battery, there is an internal failover battery that allegedly keeps your data alive for 4 hours. Don't be cheap - get a third battery or better yet a car charger.

The biggest drawbacks to using this as a cell are:
a) the form factor (it IS a handheld PDA!). You need a belt holster or carry it in your front pocket or jacket pocket.
b) the 'speed dial' is touch-screen. People who divide their attention between the road and the phone will face the inconvenience of using the voice-activated dialing OR a headset OR just pulling over.
c) Battery life is poor. Get a car charger, or a third battery for any kind of road trip.

The free voice-activated software must be loaded on. The accuracy is good. The dialing is based on the name of the entry in the Contact list, so I couldn't get it to dial based on "first names" unless I entered the name as such. It might be possible to use a voice activated nickname for an entry, but I did not see how. You can launch the dialer using a external button, so you can really dial 'hands free' beyond the first button press.

Someone else spent 5 hours getting Outlook synching. Well, sorry for his troubles, but I did it OK under both Windows Mobile 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003 hundreds of times using ActiveSynch 3.7.

For a phone, battery life is horrible. No PDA is will sip power like a traditional cellphone. You can get a few days of standby on the normal battery. You might get a whole day of cell phone usage. Using the Internet really chews through the battery life.. a few hours at most. You do get a second "large" battery that is twice as thick as the normal battery.

The protective carry case is almost useless. You can hack the case cover off, and velcro the bottom half to your dashboard (or just buy a dash mount). You probably want some kind of holster. This is a touch screen after all, and the default config means touching buttons will wake it up.

The phone lacks Bluetooth, WiFi or 802.11. You can surf using Verizon data services (consistently ~100kbps), or by docking into your host PC (you had to tell it to use the USB instead.. not automatic just by docking, unfortunately). The IMAP4 and POP3 client works great with my commercial email hosting at Tzo .com.

The unit has enough memory for a lot of applications, however I would run low on space. I moved some data to a secured server I could access remotely via HTTP or SMB (on an alternate port of course... and I configured the SMB server to only accept requests from one IP that the handheld used. Verizon did give me a dynamic IP address, but I used the TZO dynamic dns client to update the handheld's domainname IP every tim ethe IP changed, so I knew it was safe to run SMB on the net this way).

You have a bit more freedom than with a regular phone. You can run AOL IM, MSN chat, or Yahoo chat on this to avoid (or lower) your use of SMS text. The camera is decent at 640x480 but no flash. You can use the email client to send people pictures to an email address, avoiding multimedia SMS fees (some providers charge $0.25 a picture for media SMS?!).

There is an unauthorized video recording application (intended for Asian Samsung phones) that works. I could video record with sound at 320x240 for as long as I had storage space (over 10 minutes with stuff on the memory already).

Windows Media is decent. I could listen to my home stereo using Ampache streaming, and I could store a few MP3's. There are headphone adapters for this, and FM-broadcast adapters to interface with your car stereo. 64MB is just not enough for a MP3 player.. you'd need a 1 or 2GB SD card.

The web browser is awesome, and can view a lot of badly-designed pages that 'require' a particular browser. The browser supports limited Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

You can add SDIO cards for Bluetooth or 802.11. There is a 802.11 SDIO card with extra memory onboard. Consider one of these as PDA's only give you one SD slot.

The beauty of a converged device is it can do EVERYTHING, but not everything as well as a dedicated device. You don't carry your camera + laptop everywhere, but the camera might be useful in an accident or other situation. I've used this to record audio of concerts (external mic is the only way to get quality). The device is rugged and has survived many drops. A year ago this 'phone' was $599 at the Verizon store if you bought a 2 year plan.
Product features:
Mobile versions of Microsoft applications
Built-in digital camera with rotating camera lens, multiple resolution and quality settings
Breakthrough voice recognition software
9 ring tones plus vibrating alert and speakerphone
Image Support - JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG




Product: Kyocera Hands Free Headset for Kyocera 3035, 6035 and 2255 Series Phone
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Kyocera
Rating: 4/5
Kyocera Hands Free Headset for Kyocera 3035, 6035 and 2255 Series Phone
great accessory...


Make sure you read the booklet that came with your phone, because you have to adjust your phone for this headset. I have a Kyocera 2255 and I had to go to (on my cell phone) "settings" then "voice services" then "voice answer" to "enable" hearing my phone calls. If I didn't read this I would have never heard someone ring me. When I did this a computer voice would come on asking me if I would accept the call. and I would have to say "yes" or "no" into the headset, and then my call would be put through.What I didn't like was this headset can easly fall out of your ear. I have to use the clip that came with it (which attaches to your shirt). but still it would be nice to have to a piece that attaches to your ear.Also there is no on/off switch. which is irrating. But there is a volume adjuster. overall it is a very good buy. I carry it everywhere I go. I ended up buying another one because I usually forget where I place them.
Product features:
Increased hands-free safety
Answer button and microphone built into cord
Single earbud rests comfortably in ear
Shirt clip holds cord in place, prevents tangles
For use with Kyocera 3035, 6035 and 2255 series phones




Product: PCS Phone Nokia 3588 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 2/5
PCS Phone Nokia 3588 (Sprint)
Sprint sux no one go to spriint


ok well im in school and i need the text messaging and ive had this phone for about a month and text messaging was supposed to start working 2weeks ago.A conflict of software type stuff and btween nokia and sprint.(Its down to 4 stars) And the fact it cant download ringtones.(3stars)Or games(2 stars)But you cant beat a nearfree or free color phone(back to 3 stars) as soon as it gets text messaging it should b 4 stars.
Product features:
Color LCD 96 x 65 display with changeable fonts so you can change your preferred view
Customizable profiles let you set ringing options, tones, volume, vibrating alert, message alert tone, keypad tones, and warning tones for all calls or caller groups based on your preference
Assign up to 500 entries with multiple contact numbers
Receive numeric and text messages in areas that offer messaging services
Includes Alarm clock, Calendar, Voice recorder (1 minute), Calculator, and Stopwatch




Product: Samsung X427 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
Samsung X427 Phone (Cingular)
Solid phone


I have had this phone for about 3 months and have been very happy. I love the light weight and compact size of it, even though it didn't come with an exterior caller ID screen(wanted that but not a camera). I've always been pleased with Samsung phones and this is no exception. Aside form a couple minor things, like a lack of plain, audible ringtones and some menu options, this is a solid, reliable phone. I get great battery life and good reception, in areas that Sprint PCS couldn't. Customer service hasn't been a problem, other than wait times. Overall this is a great phone. As an aside, I would add that the customer who complained about the visibility of the screen in sunlight, probably had not adjusted the contrast, which is an option under the phone settings menu.
Product features:
Samsung X427 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: Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 3/5
Samsung E715 Phone (T-Mobile)
great phone, but battery issues are REAL


I bought the E715 about 5 days ago(April 19) and i turn on the phone without a problem no big deal..about 45 minutes after turn on 1 battery mark is gone, another hour another one is gone and it takes about an easy 3 hours for the phone to start flashing(LOW BaTT) the other problem i have faced was the camera being alot worse then the V205. The T722i by motorola is horrible! no service Camera stinks! i could draw a picture better then that but the camera on the E715 dims in and out and shows loss of perfection. but other then that I found the AOL I.M built in to be a great feature as well as all of the pictures and everything else..if your willing to bare with the camera and battery then i recommmend this phone but if your looking for a small light weight phone with a camera than go with the V300
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: Kyocera 2255 Phone Super Model (VirginMobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 1/5
Kyocera 2255 Phone Super Model (VirginMobile)
Extreme garbage alert...


After working fine for about 6 months, my phone?s display screen died a slow, lingering death. Now it just shows a series of random dots that I can't begin to decode. Obviously it's switched itself into Martian or Klingon mode, for the benefit of the Virgin Mobile USA helpline staff.

Did any other users on this site also encounter this unhelpful 'helpline service' that promised to exchange their faulty Kyocera 2255 for exactly the same model? I mean, what?s the point of replacing garbage with more garbage?

The Kyocera 2255 has been an obsolete model for several months now, but despite my I pleading with VMUSA, they even refused to send me a replacement phone of lesser value in exchange. Seems I can only have yet another Kyocera 2255 to replace my original faulty one. Duuuhhh...

Suffice to say I will be switching to another cellphone network provider ASAP. I will then set fire to my Kyocera 2255 in a very public place.

Some more intense focus on product quality and the basics of customer service would do VMUSA the world of good.

Avoid avoid avoid...
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Easy to use navigation keys; five-line, full bit-map display
Brilliant-blue backlight for easy screen/keypad readability
Phone equipped with 25 Ringtones, vibrate alert, and 4 games
Handy tools include voice memos, alarm clock, stop watch, and calculator




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