Gsm mobile phone related reviews


Product: Samsung E317 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 5/5
Samsung E317 Phone (Cingular)
GREAT PHONE...... But it has its flaws


I Just Bought This Phone A little while ago and when i bought it they made sure this is the one i wanted because of complaints that the sound quality was bad. Well that is if you are in certain areas that dont get the best reception because it sounds just as good as my nokia and sony ericsson and my sidekick 2,but it has alot more features that are well worth the money( dual color screens for the photo viewfinder and as a photo caller id, lights up bright on the front with a multi color,changable service light,has a great quality vga camera with effects such as frames, black and white,sepia tone,negative and it can even make a picture look like a sketch,and it does this all sharply so it doesnt look cheap. also it gets great reception and has a vibrant color screen with animated backrounds. it has great battery life and loud crisp clear ringtones including mp3 and polyphonic.You can change your message tones, powering on and off tones, folder tone, and set personal ringtones so it is highly customizable. The phone itself is also very attractive and small. It is also light so it has alot of pocket appeal. The Bad good call quality but still not the best if you are looking for the best i would go for the motorola v400/v551. Also you have to keep the same shutter tone on all the time you cant change it or make it silent, the keys are a bit small but not to where youll be hitting 2 keys at once. It also runs on GPRS not edge so downloads are a bit slow. other than that no problems, and even better it runs on AT&T/cingular's gsm 850/1900 service so youve got great reliable coverage.
Product features:
Ultralight VGA camera phone with dual-color displays.
Java Capable, 65K color TFT LCD Screen
40-chord polyphonic ringtone compatible
VGA Camera takes photos at 640x480 resolution
Includes phone and travel charger




Product: Motorola MPx200 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 2/5
Motorola MPx200 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Motorola how the great have fallen.


I live in san jose. I use AT&T Service and this stupid phone.
1> Extremely poor battery life (less than 24 hours).
2> Extremely poor signal and dropped calls.
3> Frequent lock-ups or slowdowns in Operating System.
4> AT&T not providing upgrade to 2003.

You may say well maybe you just got a defective phone..
NO, I've had this phone exchanged 2 times and it still sucks.
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: T-Mobile To Go Prepaid $100 Refill Card
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
T-Mobile To Go Prepaid $100 Refill Card
Great Value. No taxes


This card now has 1000 anytime minutes which does not expire for a year. 10cents a minute is a good deal. Price of this card is same at all retail locations, but with Amazon you can avoid taxes. Bad thing about Amazon - Had to wait a long time because of out of stock.
Product features:
No annual contract or credit check
Buy airtime as you need it, good for 90 days from time of activation
Includes 665 Whenever Minutes
Minutes include Nationwide long distance (including Alaska & Hawaii)
No roaming charges on Nationwide on the T-Mobile USA network




Product: Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Works Pretty Well -


I have a Samsung A650, and travel all around the country driving a truck. Works in most areas, except some with no population. Much better than my old Sprint phone.
Product features:
Full feature video capture and still imaging capabilities
Superior messaging and high-speed wireless connectivity
High-speed Internet access and built-in personal planner
Built-in VGA camera with Flash
Voice Quick Dial for fast, voice-activated calls




Product: Motorola V120C Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V120C Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Great phone for the price


I've always like the prepaid phones better than the monthly. Monthly phones are usually for the people who are obsessive talkers and are usually away from home a lot. You can always use the prepaid phones too, but it's better to use these for people who are sometimes on the run, and need to contact home or work as fast as possible, and quickly.

When you need something quick, you don't always need a phone with tons of special features on them. Now that I'm in high school and getting into a lot of after school classes, I figured I would need one just in case of a change in plans in one of the classes, and so far, it's turned out to be affective with the Motorola V120C. It's bigger than the more newer ones, and easier to grip when you have big hands.

The features on it are limited, but if you need fast calling this is a good phone. You have a few good games on it, and what I like the most is changing the ring tones. I was able to change to my own tone, and for those of you who have seen the movie Somewhere In Time, I changed it to Rachmoninoff's Rhapsodey. Now whenever someone calls me, I'm reminded of my favorite romance movie.

Also, it may seem like some sort of scam, but the several posters who have put up that you can get 100 free minutes once you've purchased your phone is true. I was skeptical at first, but then tried it, and found I had 100 free minutes within 30 minutes of signing in my phone online. It was neat. I would recommend this phone to anyone who just wants easy calling and isn't always on the go. What I've mentioned before should relate to anyone who wants to buy one of these.

P.S. I got mine at Wal-Mart for $42.00 if you don't want to pay full price or shipping and handling.



Product: Motorola V330 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V330 Phone (T-Mobile)
Good phone, nice features, and reasonable price.


I was a Nokia user for a few years with 6610 as my last handset, and I was little hesitant to buy a phone from a different brand, so I ordered the V330 through T-mobile ($100 upgrade) after I was sure I could return it (within 14 days). When I got the phone I was pleasantly surprised that I liked and I was able figure out and use the most useful features at once, so the phone stays! I will give my detailed reactions to the phone to the paragraphs to follow based to my last phone (Nokia). It is a lengthy review, but you can go directly to the features that interest you.

Phone Manual: Covers only the basics do not expect to learn everything from the manual; I was kind of frustrated at first but, as I was discovering features of my own I had a discovery satisfaction.

Sound Quality: I will only say that I get the filling that the other person is next to me! The speakerphone is not super, is just ok. The volume for both modes is sufficient.

Ring Styles: You can select vibrate, vibrate and ring, vibrate and then ring, soft and loud.

Ring tones: I have tried it with midi and mp3 songs. The midis are always excellent, however, with some mp3 the sound is not that good, probably because of the process of converting them to smaller file size for the phone, and I plan to find a good mp3 editor to edit my mp3's for the phone. If you upload a regular song the sound is great, but probably it will use most of the phone's memory. The volume of the ring tones is loud enough but compared to my Nokia is not as loud; however, I never used my Nokia to its maximum anyway but it is nice to know that you can.

Personalization: You can personalize the wallpaper, colors, screen saver like most phones, but what I liked most is that you can personalize the home keys (cross in the center), left/right menu keys, and smart key functionality: You can assign them anything you want from the main phone menus like: Phone book, AIM, Ring styles, phone status, e-mail, Bluetooth etc. With that feature I have very fast access to the features I need most.

Shape: I like the clamshell design, I really like it when I use games, t-zones or any feature because I can hold its keypad horizontal with my fingers and have a pleasant view to the screen.

Screen: Very bright and clear screen.
Outside Screen: Blue letters, I like that I can easily see the time. I wish if the ringing mode was shown on the outside screen as well.

External buttons: With the volume key and the smart key when the phone flip is closed you can change the ringing style by pressing the volume key first, and then the smart key. In addition, when the phone is ringing and you press the volume key the phone goes to a silent mode of ringing, that's useful because sometimes I might not be able to answer it and I might don't want to reject the call.

Camera: VGA: 640x480, nothing to be exited about.

Java: You can install java games and applications, there many free on the internet, so if the phone misses a feature you would like to have, there is still hope that it might be a java program for that. I install mine either using Bluetooth or WAP, it took me a while to figure it out. If you want to send a java game or app to game or app to your phone from your computer, somewhere in your pc's Bluetooth application it should have an icon named: OBEX Object Push on "Motorola Phone", where "Motorola Phone" is the Bluetooth name of the phone. The only thing you have to do is to drag and drop the ".jar" file to that icon and follow the prompts on your phone to accept and install it.

Internet: You can even have an HTML browser on Java (there is one available on the internet to buy), but you have to have the Internet plan in order for that to work. In my opinion it does not worth it to have the internet plan just for that, but if you have it anyway is not a bad idea. By the way, you can access many useful sites just with t-zones like: mobile.google.com, mobile.yahoo.com, in addition to them there many other sites if you do a search for them. For the t-zones e-mail to work you have to have the "T-mobileWeb" feature on your plan which I believe is the same as the paid t-zones option T-mobile used to have.
The phone is listed to have its own POP3 email capabilities, but there is not dedicated application for that, I am not sure if it is something on the messages area.

Messages: I am not a heavy text messages user but I have send a few regular SMS and MMS and I liked the messages application, however I think this phone (I wasn't able to find it) does not have delivery notifications option for SMS, however, there is for MMS.

Bluetooth: Is a nice to have, you can transfer files and use wireless hands free. I have tried hands free operation by connecting my phone to the computer as a head set but the sound was not stable, it will be ok for 1-2 minutes, and then it will be terrible. However, I tried my phone with HS-850 and the sound is great, in addition, I am using the HS-850 with my computer for internet phone conversations and the quality is also excellent. It seems soundwise my phone and my computer are not a good much, it's not a problem anyway I just wanted to test it out of curiosity.

Networks: Quadband (850/900/1800/1900) which works with all the GSM frequencies available. In addition, you have the option to select the mode manually (instead of auto): either 850/1900 or 900/1800. In that way I believe you save power because it only scans in two bands instead of four. I have mine in 850/1900, the USA bands. The reception is as good as my Nokia's, maybe slightly better. The nice thing about V330 is that you can attach an external antenna on the back, this is very useful for me because on the office I have 1-2 bars and I have to be still whenever I am talking to the phone, which the external antenna I am expecting things should much more better.

Battery: It takes 3-4 hours to charge when it is empty. In terms of battery life it lasts a day or two but keep in mind I used the phone a lot for calling, wap access and Bluetooth usage so I believe will last much longer after I settle a little and I don't "play" that much with the phone. I am a little bit disappointed for the battery status indicator, is only three bars, I wish it had more steps like in the phone status, battery information which has six bars on there.

Phone Book: Not as good as my Nokia, but is ok. If you want to add more information to a name make sure you transfer it to the phone's memory, you can have more numbers for each person but you will have his name appearing as many times as its phone number's. The good thing there is an option to group the same person's numbers when you go through the menu.

Voice Dialing: I don't use it much, but seems to be fine.

Calendar: It's called date book and is has what is expected from a calendar, does not have a birthday mode like my Nokia. I think this phone does not have to do lists (some sites list it that it has, at least I was not able to find it).

That's my experience with V330 so far, thanks for your patience reading my review.






Product features:
Tri-band GSM phone is notable for its high-resolution display, VGA camera, and MP3 ringtones
Equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology
Built-in VGA camera with zoom captures images up to 640 x 480 pixels
Supports text messaging and wireless Internet (WAP 2.0)
Comes with 35 ringtones and supports MIDI and MP3 formats




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Excellent phone for everyday use


Excellect call quality, good signal strength(Houston). Vibrant colors, good resolution, nice zoom camera, sweet ringtones. Miss IR though. Very good for basic+ feature set and easy to carry.
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 V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great phone... some bugs


This is a stylish, terrific phone. And for the most part, it's almost perfect with its easy to use camera, brilliant color screen, and attractive blue soft-touch shell.

You should know, however, that T-Mobile is aware of a bug in this phone, where sometimes the programming gets screwed up and doesn't allow you to edit your stored phone numbers. I have ordered two replacement phones, and called up the phone company about it. They say that it's surprising that this would happen to me twice, but this is a known issue with the phone. There is no solution to fix it, except to get it replaced under warranty with another phone.

So my advice is, if you want this phone, make sure that you buy a data cable to go with it. You'll want this to back up your contacts quickly and easily to your computer, just in case anything goes wrong. Another reason to have a data cable is that you no longer need to buy ring tones. Just upload your own MP3 or MIDI files to the phone with the included software (you might need to edit them down to little 10-30 second snippets) and voila! Free ringtones. Another good reason to have a data cable is to transfer photos from the phone without having to email them.
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 D415 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 3/5
Samsung D415 Phone (T-Mobile)
Not bad but it could be better


This is my current phone. The phone is cool, the menu system is the best that I have seen from Samsung. (I think Motorola has a better menu system) & the camera is ok but not great by any means.

My biggest problem with the phone is that the ringer is very quiet even on the highest setting.

Another problem I found with the phone is if you receive a picture message from a friend you cannot use it for a ringer caller id. You can only use pictures that you have taken.

If I were to get a new phone I would go with a high end Motorola. (I would like to get my hands on a Razor v3 and hack it to use with T-mobile) Because even my old Motorola camera phone (with the detachable camera) had a better menu system then this one.
Product features:
900/1900 GSM network capability
Swivel VGA (640x480) camera and video recorder
Large, high-resolution TFT display with 262K colors
Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
Includes phone and travel charger




Product: PCS Phone LG PM-325 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: LGIC
Rating: 1/5
PCS Phone LG PM-325 (Sprint)
Bad Bluetooth = Bad Phone


I give a one star, not because of the phone's overall quality

Overall, its built solidly, and the voice quailty seeems fine

however, you're paying for a 'Bluetooth' phone that really has not much bluetooth at all

bluetooth headsets work here ----- but the best part of bluetooth is being able to sync up with your home computer and download your contacts and calendars into it ---- something that has been disabled on this phone

Hopefully, Sprint will correct this feature on later Bluetooh phones
Product features:
Bluetooth® enabled camera phone with sliding keypad
Vibrant 65,536-color LCD screen
Integrated CMOS Digital Camera
Side Button Triggers Voice-Activated Dialing and Memo Recording
Unobtrusive Internal Antenna




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