Gsm mobile phone related reviews

Product: PCS Phone Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 5/5
PCS Phone Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint)
Great Phone!!!

I have own the Sanyo cellphone for a month now, and it has been a horrible month for me to use this cellphone. Voice transmitted is distorted and therefore whenever somebody calls me, I have to put the cellphone very close to my ear, listen to the mumbling voice and make a guess on each word, and it hurts my ear after I make a five minutes short conversation. I have adjusted the receiver level to the highest level, but it does not help.
I will not buy a Sanyo cellphone anymore and I will try to sell this cellphone as soon as possible.
Product features:
Large color screen supports 65,000 colors (120x144 pixels)
Integrated digital camera with 352 x 288 pixel resolution
Phone supports voice-activated dialing and polyphonic ringtones
Supports wireless Internet and text messaging
Includes standard and extended batteries, AC charger, user documentation

Product: Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Next product, please.

Don't get me wrong. I love gadgets, technology and whatever electronic equipment you throw my way. I've gone from almost every Nokia phone since they were only known and operational in Europe. In those days I've gone from Oki, Motorolla and progressed (actually regressed) to Sony Ericsson's T610. Now I'm back to Nokia to try their 6600 model.If you haven't grown up using Nokia mobile phones, then you may not have any problem adapting to this "new" technological device. Here is the skinny:Cons:
1. It's bulky. How big and thick is it? We call it a BAR OF SOAP. I want a phone that performs first and foremost as a phone. You can equip it with so many features, but if it doesn't feel and operate like a basic phone then it doesn't deserve to be sold as a mobile phone.
2. User interface is based on Symbian - a collaboration of all the major mobile phone manufacturers. Sadly, the interface is still extremely slow. Think of an old computer with dial-up connection where you will have to wait for the pages to load. Yes, it's THAT SLOW. I still prefer Nokia's own user interface - it's fast, efficient and intuitive. You don't need a manual to go thru all the menus. Sadly, they are only making a few of these products that support Bluetooth without going the Symbian OS route.Pros:
1. On the plus side, it has Bluetooth which works flawlessly with my Apple PowerBook and iBook on Panther OS. It syncs all data on my Address Book and iCal - even the pictures and whatever data I throw at it.
2. It surfs the net if you get the optional service from your mobile provider. I can download and go to various sites such as MapQuest when I need to know where to go out of State. Although it is slow to surf, so don't expect any DSL speeds here.
3. It has numerous features as Java games and applications that you can add according to your needs.
4. It has an expandable external memory card, which I already added 128MB to hold the data for the built-in camera, video and sound recorder.
5. Because it is built on the Symbian platform that supports Java, it is virtually expandable.The problem is that there are tons of features in the phone that are only half-baked cool or fucntional ideas. There are lots of kinks to work out and the size and bulkiness of this phone is horrendous.With this latest Symbian OS, built into latest phones, it's disappointing. Maybe in the future, they can improve on the interface. Until then I'm going back to the latest Nokia phones that do not have the Symbian.My advice is to pass on this phone and continue using your existing Nokia phone. Wait until the kinks are worked out and invest in the next phone to come out next year.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
Video recorder and RealOne Player
Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
640 x 480 VGA camera with 2x digital zoom
Sending images, video, text and voice clip as MMS

Product: Samsung E316 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Samsung E316 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
can't beat it!!

A lot of people have been complaining about this phone, and I honestly don't get it. First off, the whole problem with the static, I have never once heard any static from my phone, full service or almost none, the sound quality is perfect. This phone is loaded with features, and has plenty of room for customization. No, the camera isn't a world-class camera, but it's a camera phone, not a high quality digital. The polyphonics sound amazing, and there IS a way to make the phone completely silent, you just have to know how to use it's settings. Even if you can't figure it out, the vibrate is very quiet, especially if it's in a pocket or purse. Try taking your Nokia into a meeting and see how loud that vibrator is. Not to mention, this phone was free, you definitely can't beat that!
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 V600 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 3/5
Motorola V600 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Seemed good, but the software . . . .

For the first person who reviewed this phone... there is a way to list multiple numbers under one name. A little playing around with every feature and option on the phone and I figured it out.
When entering a new person (or old) scroll all the way down to the bottom of the screen where you enter the info in. There is an option "MORE" click that. Then click new entry... type in the second number for the person. When you go back to that persons info page you will see both numbers. As for my review... I just bought it so I didnt want to rush to give it a 5 yet. But it is terrific as far as my experience with it. I have no volume problems. Loud as can be and clear. Although the person is clear when there is no talking or pause in convo you hear static. But when talking its fine. I dont like to pay much for cell phones but I think it was worth it.
Product features:
Use the colorful customizable external display to identify specific calling groups and events.
VGA camera with 4x digital zoom, large 65,000 color display supports video playback
Integrated Bluetooth for wireless data connectivity, quad band operation allows use on GSM networks worldwide
5MB internal memory to support downloadable applications, MP3 ringtones, wallpapers, and photo storage
Handset comes with mono earbud, mid-rate charger, and battery

Product: Samsung E317 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
Samsung E317 Phone (Cingular)
Excellent features and style. Definetely recommend

I'd have to say that i'm in love with this phone. I recently received it last week, and can't stop playing around with it. For starters, the external display on front of the folder is great. You can choose what color you want it to be, and it has a neat little service light on it as well. Once you open the folder, the screen size is pretty good. The buttons and layout are nothing differen than you average clamshell phone, but that's ok. The softkeys are nice. As for the features, the phone is incredible. Theres too many things you can do to write down, so I won't go into detail. However, let me just say that once you connect to Cingular's MEdia Net, you will be hooked. Lastly, as far as everyone talking about the poor sound quality, just buy the additional earpiece(probably best to get it in the 3 piece travel package) and you should be hearing fine again.
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: Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Feature Packed Phone

The feature packed t616 cell phone from sony ericsson packs so many features into such a small place that you wonder how the makers did it. With bluetooth, camera, gprs, and other key features, the t616 makes your phone fully capable of doing everything you would want it to do besides making toast. My t616 works very well however sometimes I find it hard to view the screen when I am outside because the sunlight makes it difficult. THe bluetooth is sometimes hard to use but the phone overall works fantastic.

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: Siemens C56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 3/5
Siemens C56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Does the job, but NOT user friendly...

My husband and I switched to GSM 6 months ago with AT&T(we are happy with our GSM service). We had to get new phones with the new service. We switched from Nokia to Siemens. I have to say that we noticed right away that the C56 wasn't as user-friendly as the Nokia's we had before. However, we got a great deal on the C56's and now we wish we would have spent a little more money on a better phone. Bottom line: Durable (I dropped it plenty of times!), could hear and be heard clearly, buttons are too small, screen is ok if you like the funky yellow :) and the battery life is pretty short (we end up charging our phone almost every day). The ring tones are hard to hear b/c they blend in with everyday sounds but it is cool that you can record your own voice as a ring tone! Overall a satisfactory phone, but my advice would be to spend a few extra dollars on a different phone and you will be less likely to want to upgrade so soon like we want to.
Product features:
Single-band GSM phone
High-Speed internet connection using GPRS technology
Custom faceplates and ringtones
Up to 200 minutes' digital talk time, 200 hours' digital standby time
Includes lithium-ion or NIMH battery, charger, and headset

Product: PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 3/5
PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
The Jury is still out since it's a recent purchase

Overall, it appears to be a good little phone. I have only had it a few months, and what I like and dislike so far:

It's small enough to carry in the pocket without having to have a carrier on your belt...enough junk hanging on my belt already.

The pictures are much better than expected from such a tiny camera. I have printed off a few, and if you take one in good light with a stationary subject, they come out as good as many film cameras.

The address book has several new features that allow you to store the birthdate, a separate picture (that shows when the person calls you) and even assign a distinct ringer for each person. Makes it easy to know when the wife or the boss is calling.

The ability to download screen savers and ringers is cool. It's an extra cost, but not too bad ($1.50 + connection charges) as long as you don't go crazy with it.

The downsides are probably more related to Sprint service than the phone itself. I always have had a terrible time with their spotty reception. Even in a major city, I am frequently going through areas where you get cut off because there is no tower coverage. I also wish you could delete portions of the software that you don't like, for example the games. I've never played them and never will. It would be nice to be able to use the extra memory by deleting them from my phone.

Not a bad phone for the cost (+/- $50). I would be very upset if I actually had to pay $250 for it though.
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: Audiovox PPC4100 Pocket PC Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 1/5
Audiovox PPC4100 Pocket PC Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
What Audiovox has not fully disclosed in Ads

I am returning my phone without even using it for this reason: the manual advises against using it like a conventional phone.

In their 300 page User's Guide (p.27) it says, "unlike conventional cell phones, the PPC4100 is not designed to be held against the ear when the phone function is used. Holding the unit against your ear during phone use is contrary to the design of this product and is not recommended."

It goes on to explain the proper way to use their product, "Attach the single ear bud headset or enable the speakerphone during phone use."

It seems that the authors of the documentation went out of there way to avoid revealing just why.

I don't know about you but this re-definition of what a "cell phone" is seems like a grand imposition. Not only on the user but quite possibly the public too. Some users may choose to use the speaker phone in restaurants and other public places because their ear buds are tangled at the bottom of their pocket or purs.

I believe that not designing the "cell phone" to be used like a conventional cell phone is a basic flaw-in-concept.

Here is my take on all this:

Did the designers consciously choose to ignore real-world scenarios?

Maybe users have discovered they can indeed use it like a conventional cell phone, but how am I to know that.

The following unanswered questions lead me to return my purchase.

1.) Why did they choose not to design the phone to be used like a conventional cell phone?
* Was it really a flaw in their design, such as forgetting to make a button to disable the input screen when talking on the phone so one's cheek doesn't unknowingly erase or edit files? - If that's all they are protecting us from we all know how to work around that.

2.) What will happen if you try to use it like a conventional cell phone? Why don't they tell us so we can make the judgment? And why not tell us up-front so we can make an informed decision about whether or not to purchase the phone.

* Is the speaker unable to turn down low enough not to harm your ear?

* Is the antenna going to fry your brain?

* Will the side of your face brushing the touch-sensitive screen cause the phone to hang up on your friend or customer - or cause the phone to delete files on the phone?

* Will you drop the "phone" because it is not the usual phone shape?

* Will your skin oils or make-up rub off on the screen - and is that all the designers are concerned about?

All of the possibilities were suggested in discussion with the wirless provider and with an Audiovox representative. To be fair neither he nor the wireless provider was aware of the advisory until I directed them to the documentation.

Product features:
Tri-band GSM Pocket PC device equipped with Microsoft Windows® Mobile 2003 software
Built-in phone functionality and a sophisticated application processor to support your demanding communication needs
Seamless nationwide coverage as well as GPRS Class 10 functionality for quicker data transmission
Powerful software - Pocket Outlook, MSN Messenger, Pocket Internet Explorer, Transcriber, Pocket Word, Media Player 9, Pocket Excel, Pictures, Terminal Services Client, Note Taker, Voice Recorder, Active Sync, Calculator, Solitaire Game, Jawbreaker Game
Includes Desktop Cradle, Pocket PC Phone and software

Product: PCS Phone LG PM-325 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: LGIC
Rating: 2/5
PCS Phone LG PM-325 (Sprint)
Yes the Blue Tooth is CRIPPLED

Sprint = Neandrathal

Sprint how stupid can you get? They havn't gotten this right since you started doing business as a mobil phone Co..

From the business person's perspective of ANYONE needing to use their existing (or new) bluetooth enabled PDA as a contact list (among many other valuable uses) to efficiently dial their phone - Sprint has their head where the Sun doesn't shine.

As usual, they can only see their "vision" of the world. Camera's, MP3 players, etc. but an efficient use of technology resources for a business environment escapes them.

I'm about to cancel 3 sprint phones and go anywhere else that has a clue, becuase Sprint doesn't. The existing combo phone/pda's TREO 600/650 etc. are way overpriced and way underpowered and Sprint's offering in this area is dismal and 2-3 years behind manufacturers' current offerings.

The obvious elegent solution is for a powerful PDA like the HP 4700 or Dell X50v (it's other issues aside) using Bluetooth with a solid Bluetooth implementation and pda drivers to allow the pda to dial the phone from IT'S existing contact list that will also sync everything a busy business person needs, i.e. contacts, schedules, alarms, notes, spreadsheets, documents, etc. Today's pda's provide almost reasonable screen sizes (especially with the current landscape rotation capability), outstanding screen resolutions (finally bright and full color VGA) better available resources (more ram and rom), instant on, bluetooth, wifi, etc. etc. No phone/pda combination does this as well as a seperate pda in todays available technology.

The ability of this phone to allow a PDA to surf is totally secondary to the need of efficiently dialing your contacts without having to replicate everything in 2 places (the phone and the PDA), especially since it's usually a lengthy chore to get the numbers a typical business person would need into their phone. The idea of all this technology is INTEROPERABILITY !!!! and Sprint has never gotten the idea.

The ideal phone for this match up would have a decent color screen, internal speaker phone, bluetooth partnering with pda dialer drivers (both palm and winCE), available mounted car kit w/speaker phone and external car antena hookup capability.

So to all you that love the camera, mp3, games, screen savers and ring tones; your just what Sprint is looking for.

The rest of us having to efficiently do business and make a living need to find a better carrier with a REAL buisness solution mind set and Sprint hasn't cut it in 7 years of dealing with them.
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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