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Product: Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
Incredible Phone

This phone is not only feature-loaded, have the latest Wireless-Web features, a full color-display and a push-to-talk button, but it looks like a 'sports car' the finish on this phone is very smooth, and the colors on the front-flip look incredible. Its not as rugged as some of the other phones, but its added-bulky-size will help it sustain damage from drops and shocks. This is probably the best Nextel phone to date, Look for it on Ebay if you cant find it anywhere else, its worth the money. On the other hand, it can be a bit bulky, however the extra size makes it so you can easily use it in one hand, which is nice, and there is no Camera on it. (Which is a shame, because it already has the beautiful LCD Screen) However, these are no biggies, and if your looking for a Nextel phone, im confident this is 'the phone' to have.
Product features:
Voice-activated dialing
Speakerphone function for hands-free calling
Includes Java-powered applications
Wireless web enabled
Includes 750mAh lithium-ion battery, travel charger and holster belt clip

Product: palmOne Treo 600 PDA Phone (Unlocked)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 3/5
palmOne Treo 600 PDA Phone (Unlocked)
Wait for something better

I sync my Treo with my apple computer and have no problems (you'll need the "missing sync" software). The Treo itself has some issues that have disappointed me, however:

Like all PDA Operating Systems (OS's), including Windows, they tend to crash a lot. What I've discovered is that this OS is extremely stable but only when I load the right programs. It's like driving a car, but only down certain streets, or you'll fall off a cliff. It's hit-or-miss adventure; you'll have to load programs one at a time and after a few days, see if they created any problems or crashes. If not, then you should have no issues with crashes; then go ahead and load the next one. If you experience problems, you can delete it and it will resolve the crash issue. But not being able to use a program (especially a much needed one) is very disappointing and a downfall for some users like me. This hugely limiting factor seems to make my Treo resemble more of an expensive organizer. Some folks simply live through the PDA crashes but I can't adjust to it. You need to count on some good luck and hope a program will not cause problems. The good news is that the few times it has crashed, I never once lost my data and could go on using my PDA as before. This is important if you're not near your computer for a sync. You simply unscrew the tip of the stylus to reveal a pin that you can use to hit the tiny "reset" button. The Treo re-boots with all my data, contacts & calendar intact.

Bluetooth: The lack of bluetooth is also a bummer. I did not think I would need bluetooth, but now realize its usefullness. As technology improves, this Treo is at a disadvantage.

Phone contacts: You can easily pop in your sim card but you can't save or utilize the phone book on your sim card. You'll have to either import your contacts from your computer or type it into the phone manually. This is not a good feature if you pop your sim card between different phones.

Internet: Good colors & graphics, but connection is slow. A real pain to type quickly with the thumb keyboard.

Portability: This Treo is quite bulky and heavy. It's not one that you can simply throw in your pocket and go hang out in the park with. It gets in the way and fits better in your handbag or briefcase. But then you might not hear the phone or feel it vibrate, which is defeating.

Photos: The quality of the pictures are not very good. You can easily set the phone to display a picture of your caller, but that's not a remarkable feature.

Graffiti: You can't write graffiti style on the screen. You have to use the thumb keyboard or type it in with the sylus.

To Do List: If you accidently tap the box next to a To-Do-List item, it will delete your note and sometimes you can't undo the action, so be careful.

For most of these issues, there are folks selling third party solutions. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't.

There are some pluses: the Treo is a quad-band phone. I use T-Mobile in NYC and get great reception. I also travel all over the world to places like India, Egypt, & West Africa and call home with perfect reception. It has a never ending "call-log" that has helped me in many ways. The battery lasts a long time and charges quickly.

Personally, I think this Phone/PDA is too expensive, too heavy and needs some upgrading. The PDA/phone market is slowly improving but it needs a lot of work. If you must buy this Treo, keep a small cellphone nearby so you can pop in your sim card and throw the cellphone in your pocket when you want to travel light. Otherwise, you'll be tied down to the Treo's bulkiness when you don't need it.
Product features:
Unlocked for use with your existing GSM 850 MHz, GSM 1800 MHz, GSM 900 MHz or GSM 1900 MHz service provider and SIM card. Note: This phone does not come with service or a SIM card.
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
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

Product: PCS Phone Samsung i500 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 3/5
PCS Phone Samsung i500 (Sprint)
Good Phone hope they make it better

I have owned many cell phones and pdas over the last 10 years, and have been searching for a phone that combines the two. After extensive research on the treo 600, kyocera, smartphones, and pocket pc pda phones, i chose the i500 and am quite impressed with the unit. This phone is great for someone who wants to have a decent pda integrated into the phone and not for someone trying to do spreadsheets and mp3s with the phone. To me, I realized that having too many things on the phone will eventually lead to running down the battery quickly and I did not want to sacrifice battery life. Most of my friends with the kyocera or treo do not use the mp3 player or much of the added functionality (after the inital 1 - 2 mo honeymoon period) so as to conserve battery life - so i felt this phone is the best. You have to go to the store to see how small this phone is in comparison to the kyocera 7135 and the treo. This looks, feels and operates like an ordinary cell phone with a heckuva nice pda built in to it, nice color screen to boot! The sprint service has been nice and the vision web browsing has been excellent in my mind - it is comparable to or faster than 56k dialup, which is excellent on a cell phone. Some observations on the models I evaluated.
Did not like the bulkiness of the treo - also felt awkward talking into it.
I didn't care much for a 640x480 camera which i may only occasionally need anyway. Given a choice, I would go for less weight over the low res camera.
I Wanted a clamshell design to protect the screen - this also provides the best ergonomics for phone conversations.
The graffiti is a nice input mechanism in my view - I personally like it much more than typing on the mini keyboard.
Smartphones do not have good input mechanism - you can't enter a web address in efficiently if you have to tap the 2 button 3 tiumes to get a "c". Samsung did a great job with the tradeoffs coming up with a very compact pda phone which when closed looks like an ordinary phone - not an easy feat. Quite Impressive, Samsung! Things that would have made this the ultimate phone:
A high res 320x320 screen (even the larger treo 600 doesnt offer that so we'll have to live with this limitation for now).
64 mb of memory would have been nice - I'm not exactly sure why samsung skimped on the memory with memory being so cheap - may have been a size thing...
A faster processor may have helped with web browsing - not sure of this one - the transmission speed may be the limiting factor. For most applications, the i500 is plenty fast.
Product features:
This tri-mode CDMA phone from Samsung is one of Sprint PCS's flagship 3G phones
Large color display supports 4,096 colors (128x160 pixels)
Comes with personal calendar, date book, address book, to-do, and HotSync
Supports wireless Internet (WAP 2.0) and text messaging
Stylish phone features a graphical menu and polyphonic ringtones

Product: Samsung X105 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
Samsung X105 Phone (T-Mobile)
excellent product for the price

I have had this phone for over a year now and it's still working great.

I've had no problems with this phone. I have beat the heck out of it and it's still ticking along.

It's easy to use, easy to download any new ringtones or wallpapers, etc. although it does come with decent ones.

The screen is nice and big. I wish it were a little more customizable as far as the screen goes, but it's fine as is.

The only problems I have had with this phone are:

1. The small size and the location of the microphone makes it uncomfortable to hold to your ear for long periods of time and some people say it's hard to hear me.

2. It's been hard to find accessories for this model. I can only find two headsets that are compatible with this phone, and both are the earbud style that I can't use.

Really, those are my only complaints. This phone has served me well for a long time. It's time for me to upgrade to something newer just cause I want newer technology, but this phone is a sturdy little thing. Especially great for ladies cause it fits so easily in your purse or pockets...

Product features:
Large color display supports 65,000 colors
Supports downloading personalization features Megatones and Wallpapers
Comes equipped with a powerful mobile version of AOL Instant Messenger
Equipped with embedded picture messaging, which allows you to receive picture messages from other T-Mobile camera phones
Dual Band GSM 900 / GSM 1900

Product: Nokia 3100 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3100 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Cute and dependable phone

Although I didn't receive my phone free with plan (I paid cash) due to the fact I'm on the GoPhone network, I feel it was worth every penny I paid for this phone. I went into the ATT store looking for a phone which had polyphonic ringtones and a color screen. I don't ask for much, huh? I found this phone and have had it since Febuary now.My favorite features on the phone will include the polyphonic ringtones, the games available for download (I have 6 now), and of course the loudspeaker. The bad news, the headseat is very hard to get into the slot and I think I must have messed something up while popping it in because the slot no longer works. Therefore I had a regular phone or loudspeaker left to use.The covers are interchangeable. I have a whole slew which I've bought off an online auction site. They're very easy to pop on. The keypad is small, but workable. I have no problem sending text messages and email.mMode works great if you're into that. I haven't had a problem with slowed access or anything. It also has a built in alarm clock, calendar, phone book for all your friends to be in there, etc.. I do not use the IM feature because it's expensive but you can log on to AOL or Yahoo and use the feature through there a lot cheaper.Overall, great phone! Easy to use, service comptabible. Bad news, it's so small that it can get lost very easily. If you turn the ringer off and lose it, you're in trouble, LOL
Product features:
Nokia 3100 features the highly-customizable 3000 series design
Features a large LCD color display (4096 colors)
Supports unique faceplates that light up in sync with ringtones and games
Includes GPRS high-speed data, Java, and MMS
Comes with a speakerphone and predictive text entry technology

Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
A very HOT phone from Motorola

I am on a 2nd replacement phone in less than 30 days .
The first had a keypad problem. The 6 key would not get pressed at the first attempt.Had to be pressed at different angle to get it right.

The second phone used to get Heated up like anything while charging. Further it used to drain any fully charged battery.
in minutes and heat up completely. Really HOT !

Should I say a pretty HOT phone from Motorola !!!

Please dont buy this phone.
The Odds of you getting a defective V300 are pretty much high.


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 V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Mediocre phone, good service

This phone has a nice quality feel and comes with some great professional sounding ringtones so I don't feel like a monkey grinder when my phone rings. The phone has decent voice recognition. The battery life is so-so, giving me about 2 days for average use. It gave me 140 minutes talk time using the speaker yesterday. The speaker feature is indispensible, especially for sitting on hold. I also like bluetooth headset support. Finally, the menus are fairly intuitive and there are some cool customization features. My wife wishes she had the V600 menus on her Sony Ericson T610.

With the good out of the way, let me now say I too wish I had her T610 with the V600 menus. My problems with the V600:

1) QOS is terrible. TMobile sent me a replacement. I was pleasantly surprised by their support, but the new phone is no better. My calls cut in and out and are otherwise difficult to understand while my wife's calls are crystal clear (We share a plan).
2) Bluetooth is non-standard and limited. The phone does not use the BT phonebook standard. I am able to send one number at a time to the phone from my PocketPC, but not a whole phonebook. I can download files from it, but cannot send files up. As a result, I cannot put a nice picture of my wife or dog as wallpaper or in the phonebook unless I took it with the phone. I tried other BT things as well that did not work. It's so bad that I wonder if TMobile had it crippled to increase use of their connectivity services. Oh, and it drops BT connections to my PktPC, computers, and wife's phone. I wish the phone had infrared to fall back on.
3) The camera takes mediocre images at best. I understand the v500 series is much better. Plus, I have to decide what to do (store, send, both,...) with every image before I can shoot another.
4) The phonebook is terrible. An entry can have only one number. So, if you have 3 numbers for mom & dad, they take 3 entries. Combine that with lack of search and only 1st letter navigation and you feel like you have been kicked back to the 20th century. I dread looking up my 'M' friends -- press M then scroll 10-20 entries.
5) Another 20th century hassle -- voicemail could be much better. It does not identify the mail when it arrives or delete the new mail indicator after I have listened. Instead, I go into the Messages menu to see I have 3 from "Voice Mail". After I have listened, I have to manually delete them from the Messages menu. Ughh!
6) I too have had display problems. This is unimpressive but minor since rebooting the phone is no big deal and no data is lost.
7) Finally, a minor design gripe: They really need to get on the integrated antenna bandwagon. The Sony and Nokia models without antennas sticking out are so much more comfortable in my pocket.

All in all, as cool as that new Razor phone seems, I am scared away from Motorola for awhile. I almost prefer my year 2000 LG model. It is not really worth it, but at least I got paid to take this phone (Amazon rebates). TMobile, please, give us some good phones for a change.

Best wishes in your phone search.
Product features:
Colorful customizable external display
VGA camera with 4x digital zoom
Integrated Bluetooth for wireless data connectivity
5 MB internal memory for downloadable applications, ringtones, wallpapers, and photos
Large 65,000-color display with video playback

Product: Audiovox SMT5600 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Audiovox SMT5600 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Great phone, little to complain about.

I've had this phone for about a month now, and so far am happy with it. The few things that bother me about it and bump it down to 4 stars:

1. The speakerphone is not loud enough.
2. Same with the ringtones. With the ring volume set all the way up, I cannot hear it ringing over the car radio, which I don't have all that loud.
3. I didn't expect to, but I like the case that came with it, with one exception. I'm OK with the fact that you need to keep the keypad locked when the phone is in the case, because this type of case constantly puts pressure on the buttons. The problem is that when you receive a call, the buttons to accept or reject the call become activated, and several times the "reject" button has been inadvertantly pressed by the act of taking the phone out of the case.

Note: I did not buy the phone from Amazon because I was not willing to commit to the $29.99/month data plan that they force you into. I paid more for the phone elsewhere, but did not get stuck with this costly option.
Product features:
World's smallest Windows Mobile Smartphone
Call, email, text message or instant message - all from one integrated phone
Email, contacts and calendar sync seamlessly with your PC
Built-In CMOS VGA Camera with Camcorder
Built-In Bluetooth and Speakerphone

Product: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great phone

Great phone, but need to get used to the 'keyboard'. Phone has PDA functions which fits me. Reception is excellent in my area.
One of the reasons for me to buy the phone was SMS, so I can communicate with friends/family in The Netherlands, that part is not working well. Sometimes I can send SMS sometimes not. People can reply and sometimes not at all. Very unreliable service from T-mobile ! Needs improvement, also depends on service contracts with other Telecom's. Sync with outlook works well, does what I need. Tip : You need to get the phone unlocked (via T-mobile) to use a sim card from foreign telecom provider.
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

Product: Nokia 6620 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 6620 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
If only I could get over my bad feelings about AT&T

Maybe just maybe then I would appreciate this phone more. It has a good signal, no dropped calls. Which the way my service was before makes this fact alone a miracle.

Got water damage, tried to dry it out. Now one of the softkeys on the right side that is supposed to disconnect calls and such doesnt work. Have to use a few different key combos to hang up.

Funny but warranty covered everything but water damage.

I like the picture quality. It works for me.

Darn there goes me thinking about AT&T again.

They lied to me so many times. Said one thing then did another. When I called back they said that there was nothing in the notes saying that I had ever been promised what in fact I know I was.

Good phone, bad phone company.
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

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