Gsm mobile phone related reviews


Product: Nokia 6620 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 6620 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Great Phone Bad Service


All the phones I've owned were Nokias and when I purcahsed this one it was what I expected from Nokia plus more. Great features with good amount of memory for couple of MP3's and other additions to the phone. The service I got from Amazon was horrible though. I was told 24 hour shipping and even paid extra to get it to me quicker. After getting e-mails saying my phone was delayed and would ship on the 12th, I recieved another one saying they had to cancel the order after waiting close to 2 weeks. So I got it from a AT&T store. The price on Amazon is unbeatable even compared to any website on the net and especially compared to the price at AT&T but with delays and no phone, what good is it? Plus theres no Amazon help desk number which makes it worse. Overall, I recommend the phone but go somewhere else to get the phone unless you have the patience of a saint.
Product features:
Integrated camera and video recorder
Bright active matrix TFT color display supporting 65,536 colors
Camera: 640 x 480 pixel resolution; self-timer, night mode, 2X digital zoom
Mobile Internet and Email Capable
Bluetooth Enabled




Product: PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Blue (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 3/5
PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Blue (Sprint)
what's up with the hissing on sprint phones?


I got this phone after switching over from Verizon. The first thing I noticed was an audible hissing when I'm talking on the phone. I went to 3 different sprint stores and tried out all the models that were available and there was noticeable hissing on almost all the phones. But most notably on Sanyo models. The phone that had the least background hissing was the LG 325, but I wanted a flip phone. The PM 8200 also has a horrible speakerphone (it's loud, but very distorted and cuts out when there is cross-talking). The PM 8200 also distorts the caller's voice slightly. If you've never had a good cell phone like an LG, (my previous verizon phone was the LG 4400 and callers sounded crystal clear), you may not notice the relatively bad sound quality of most of the Sprint phones. I returned the 8200 within the 14 day period and instead got the Samsung RL-A760. The sound is much clearer on this phone with less hissing, but is slightly larger and does not have a camera. the speakerphone on the Samsung is much better and does not cut out during cross-talking, at least on my end. overall, the PM8200 is a good phone if you can stand the hissing and distortion.
Product features:
Feature-packed with VGA camera and flash, speakerphone, and dual displays
VGA camera features auto-focus lens, zoom capability. flash and 640x480 resolution
Dual LCD/TFT displays offer crisp images in 65,000 colors
Speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze
Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation




Product: Motorola V330 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V330 Phone (T-Mobile)
It takes 3 weeks or MORE to ship from Amazon!!!


I placed an order on July 7th. The availability was 1 to 2 days at the time of order. However, after I placed the order, the confirmation stated that the estimated shipping date is July 13. Today is July 14 and I check my order status. The estimated shipping date has changed to July 21. I called Amazon customer service 1-800-201-7575 and certainly it wasn't helpful. I plan to cancel the order if they further delay the shipment. Don't order cellphone from Amazon if you are in hurry!
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 V265 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 3/5
Motorola V265 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Screen not visible in daylight.


Before I review the phone itself, a few words about Verizon. Their new plans count peak time till 9PM, not 8PM as it used to be. Even if you get more minutes, you're effectively loosing 20 hrs or so a month, and virtually eliminate night-time savings when calling East Coast M-F from the West Coast. This information is well hidden from prospective subscribers. Calling voicemail costs air-time minutes - make sure you program the phone to dial it automatically for speed. Their customer service has been easy to contact and pleasant to deal with, but there were numerous problems and mistakes that needed to be addressed when activating the phones and when reviewing the bills. Read your bill carefully.

This stylish phone is quite well designed when it comes to integrating the variety of features it offers. There is, however, one glaring (no pun intended) flaw: the color screen is completely useless in daylight. I don't mean that it is difficult to read. It is impossible to read at all. No matter how you shield it with your hand, or try to find some shade; if there is more light than what you normally find indoors, the display simply looks as if it were turned off. There is no brightness adjustment, so it's not a question of setting the phone correctly. The only thing to be done is to find direct strong sunlight and then manipulate the phone just so, and maybe you will get a reading from this display as the sun rays reflect from the display's surface. Once indoors, or at night, there is no problem. The display then looks quite impressive and is functional.

If outdoor viewing is rather handicapped, you do get compensated with a choice of wallpapers and screen savers for the display!

Don't get excited about taking pictures with this phone. They are extremely poor quality. And yet, this is a gimmick pushed by both Motorola (the manual explains picture taking before anything else!) and Verizon, which wants you to pay some eight bucks a month to send up to 20 of these to other people. Someone is apparently joking around here.

I have two of these phones. One of them has a somewhat brighter screen than the other, which makes manufacturing tolerances questionable. Again, brightness is not adjustable - only the duration of backlighting is. One of the phones initially had a problem with the display, but after wiggling the cover several times, the contacts apparently mated and now it works fine. However, the button backlighting turns itself off when you hit a key now and then, on either phone - someone working on power management has opted for reversed logic.

The speaker phone cannot be turned on if the headset is plugged in. This makes it inconvenient if you want someone else to hear the conversation while you are using the headset. If you have the headset plugged in, folding the phone does not drop the connection - the phone disconnects only when it detects the other end of the line terminate the call. Be carefull and use the END key.

Entering text can get complicated, even though Motorola tried to make it easy with their we-will-guess-as-you-type smarts - more confusing than useful. But once you get used to the basics of text entering, it's not too bad (except for that disapearing key backlighting I mentioned).

Voice dialing works poorly - the phone usually does not recognize what one is saying. My old Samsung did much better than this unit (to put it simply, Samsung was useable, while this one is not). Also, it takes longer to dial with voice: you have to state a function first, than a name, each time having a little "conversation" with the phone's synthetic ego. A nice demo-level functionality, but quite useless in the field. The exercise gets even rediculous if you enter a person's name that's not common in English: the phone will insist that you pronounce it the way the voice synthesizer chooses to pronounce it, which means you either have to intentionally misspel it or else intentioanally mispronounce it. My old Samsung simply asked you to record your own pronounciation of an entry and then tried (quite reliably) to match it when you spoke it again while voice dialing.

The selection of ring sounds offers a bunch of MIDI tunes that sound absolutely horrendous. Try using some of the more basic choices or else risk being taken for a moron by the public around you. Again, the corporate types want to steer you towards downloading more sounds and tunes for additional money.

On the more positive note, the phone is stylish and convenient to use in other ways. The keypad and navigation buttons work very well. I like the single key speed dialing - but you have to dig deep into the manual to discover this feature. I also like that you can browse contacts, etc. while talking on line. In the dark the unit looks impressive and menus are thought out well. The speaker phone mode actually works. The contacts database is well designed, and you get a calendar and a calculator for good measure. The interface is quite customizable.

But keep in mind that the plethora of functions can be overwhelming. This is not a gadget for technically challenged people.

The reception quality is fine. Typically, you can hear people better (actually very well) than they can hear you. The headset that comes with the "Essentials Pack" works well and is easy to wear, but keeping the plug close to the ear canal can be a bit problematic. The leather cover looks nice and fits well, but has a tendency to quickly collect moisture between the display's surface and the transparent plastic that goes over it.

I am giving it only 3 stars for taking a giant step backward in display usability and substandard voice dialing capability, both of which were implemented better three years ago on other phones using less advanced technologies. Cheap thrills driven by greed are unbecoming and embarrasing. If you can live with these limitations, go for it, you may actually end up enjoying it a lot for other reasons.
Product features:
Features VGA camera with self timer
Integrated voice-dialing
BREW compatible for great gaming
Slick clamshell design with two displays
Includes phone, charger and user documentation




Product: Jabra EarBud for phones with Universal 2.5mm Jack
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 4/5
Jabra EarBud for phones with Universal 2.5mm Jack
Best of Both Worlds?


This product is a great combination of the two types of technologies that are proven to work well: the jabra eargels and the microphone that is integrated into the chord. By integrating the microphone in the chord, it is out of the way. The eargels are very comfortable and the earbud itself provides good quality sound without the threat of being easily pulled out like other models which are just jammed into the ear. Additionally, the microphone is not attached directly to the earpiece. It hangs from the chord without adding any weight that can contribute to ear fatigue. The only other model that might rival this product as far as comfort goes is the type of headset that wraps around the ear. The con of that type of headset is that it's not as easily placed in the ear as this product. In conclusion, a wonderfully engineered product. Get one before they run out!
Product features:
Increased hands-free safety
Economical and easy to install
Proven noise-canceling technology
Increased comfort
Compatible with phones containing a 2.5-millimeter jack




Product: Motorola V710 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V710 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Verizon Screwed this one up


I bought this for the bluetooth connectivity to my Totota Prius navigation system. I connected well BUT when I wanted to move my phone book from the phone to the Prius system it would not work. I took it to the local Verizon Wirelees Tech Support guy and he said that Verizon had disabled the ability of the phone to transfer the phone book. The Prius system (and most Nav Systems) only let you enter new phone #'s etc. from the phone- not the screen. I returned the phone. This is Verizon's problem-- not Motorola's!
Product features:
Integrated 1.2 megapixel camera, video capture and playback
Integrated MP3 player
Integrated Bluetooth for hands-free, eyes-free talking
Integrated speakerphone
Buit-in 10 MB memory and SD-compatible removable memory slot




Product: Samsung E105 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 1/5
Samsung E105 Phone (T-Mobile)
Worst Electronic Purchase I've Ever Made


I've had this phone for a week now, and I have yet to have a single problem with it. It comes with just the basic features (color screen, polyphonic rings, etc.) without all the frills of some phones (cameras, video recorders, radios, etc.) This phone is great for someone who wants to upgrade from that old green screen to something a little nicer but doesn't want to be out a fourtune on a phone with features that you have to spend a fortune to even use (picture messaging ring a bell?). The games are nice, and the rings are loud and very audible. The reception is great, and the price simply can't be beat. I would definitely recommend this phone to anyone with a listening ear.....I'm already trying to spread the word and get more of my friends updated into the 21st century.
Product features:
This sporty little model is as fun as it is stylish
Large color screen (65,000 colors)
Download MegaTones from the hottest bands
WorldClass international phone (dual band: 900 & 1900 MHz) for travel in over 100 countries
Comes with picture messaging and AOL Instant Messenger




Product: RIM BlackBerry 7100t Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
RIM BlackBerry 7100t Phone (T-Mobile)
Stay in the loop -- Always


I do a fair bit of traveling for business, can receive requests from clients at all hours, and like to have a lot of information at my fingertips. The 7100T really supplements my lifestyle.

It has proven to be easy to set up and use. Typing on the modified qwerty keyboard is a bit frustrating at first, but become very intuitive after a short time.

There are really two was to go if you want a phone/email device/scheduler -- either Blackberry or the Treos. I can't comment much on the Treos other than to say I have colleagues that use and like them. The 7100t is much cheaper, a bit smaller, and does just about everything I could ask for.



Product features:
BlackBerry 7100t keeps you connected whether you're in the office or not, and it fits perfectly into your lifestyle. And your pocket.
Full-featured quad-band phone - This is one sweet phone, with dedicated send and end keys, speakerphone and integrated Bluetooth
E-mail - BlackBerry's always-on "push" technology sends e-mails from up to ten of your existing Internet or corporate accounts directly to your phone.
Big, bold screen - Read messages and browse the web on the big, bold ultra-high-resolution bright color screen.
Easy typing - The 7100t's innovative keypad is built for speed. Concentrate on what you're saying, not how to type it. The more you type, the faster it gets as the 7100t learns the words you use most.




Product: palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 2/5
palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Cingular)
good phone, full of bugs


In principle this phone is awsome. You've seen all of the great reviews and features, and I agree that its a great phone when it's working, but the problem is that it's got a ton of bugs. This is the second phone I recieved from Amazon.com, the first one's mic and speaker wouldn't work in phone mode, and the thing resets a random intervals when using the phone. This is awful if you're recieving a call and the thing suddenly decides to reset its self. The other problem is no customer support from palm and complete idiots behind the phones at Cingular. No body in cingular or PalmOne has officially acknowledged that there is a serious problem with many of the phones even though the user forums are abuzz with stories of similar soft reset problems. In my case the phone still doesn't work after replacing the sim card (with an Axalto 64k card) with one that should work and performing a complete software re-install with hard reset of the device. Even so, amazon.com is reluctant to send me another phone because I believe they're afraid they'll send another bad one and have to eat the shipping charges.

My advice to the buyer is this, hold off for a little while and watch the palmOne website. Only when they finally acknowledge the problems and post a fix should you consider getting one of these phones. Sure you may get a good phone the first time around but is it worth the time wasted and $500? I would hold off...
Product features:
Fully integrated phone and PDA with digital video and camera capabilities
Integrated Bluetooth technology
Vibrant 320 x 320 touchscreen display
Backlit QWERTY keyboard
Email access to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 using VersaMail




Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 4/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Good phone, but no panacea


Now that I have used the SE T610 phone for almost 2 months with my Palm Zire 72 and HP IPAQ 4155, I must give it 5 stars for the following reasons:

1) The Camera is great. The pictures come out real clear and beautiful after you send it via Email. Please don't judge the quality of the pictures by what you see on the T610. I admit that the pictures look a little fuzzy on the T610. But with only 2MB of memory the purpose of taking pictures is to upload them or send them via Email to others. The quality of the pictures improves dramatically once they are sent and viewed via one's PC.

2) The Bluetooth features on this phone are outrageous. I have paired my SE T610 using T-Mobile's unlimited VPN GPRS Data Service with my Palm Zire 72, HP IPAQ 4155, and Logitech Mobile Wireless Bluetooth Headset and Performance is Great. If you got a Bluetooth enabled Palm or Pocket PC, then this is the phone for you. Sony Ericsson was in on the ground floor on this Bluetooth Revolution. I send data via my Pocket PC and Palm to my SE T610 via Bluetooth in a flash. Moreover, web surfing is much faster than I thought via Bluetooth.

3) I have absolutely NO problem with signal strength or clarity of voice calls in NYC where I primarily use this phone. Where I go in the boroughs of Queens, Bronx, Manhatten, Brooklyn and Nassau County (with the exception of Garden City) is great.

People need to realize that T-Mobile does not have the extensive network that Verizon or even Sprint has. So, if you are looking to buy this phone to use with the T-Mobile Network, I can enthusiastically recommend it if you live in most of NYC (outside of Staten Island). However, you need to do your own due diligence and check out in advance whether this phone will perform well with your service provider in the area where you live.
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




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