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Product: Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Samsung A670 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Incredible Phone


Up until a week ago, I owned a really old Nokia phone, you know, the cheap ones you can find for sale at the super market. It was time that I get a new one. So, I found the Verizon Wireless site, and liked the deal. I found the Samsung a670 on there and was totally focused on getting that one phone. I'll admit, the features are what really attracted me. So, I bought it, and two days later got it in the mail. I instantly fell in love with it.

It's just so sleak looking. I loved the size. It felt so sturdy as I opened it. The display is bright and clear, and the lit up buttons just look cool. I checked out the camera, which is really fun. I've tried the video feature as well, but it's not quite as impressive. The voice recognition is great, you don't even have to program it. The ringtones weren't great, but I just bought a few on Get It Now, I like "XRinger" personally. It also has no games, but I bought Tetris, which is really fun on this phone. It takes some time getting used to it and working out all the features, but that's the fun part. I love this phone, here are my pros and cons:

Pros:

Small, sleak, and sturdy.
Bright and clear screen.
Easy to use interface.
Outside display very useful, and clear.
Nice camera feature, including flash, and the use of the outside screen to take pictures of yourself.
Picture caller ID.
Get It Now network.
Loud ringtones, strong vibrate.
Voice recognition, very impressive.
Strong signal and sound.

Cons:

Extendable antenna is a bit hard to pull up.
Battery life not so good when used a lot, but I plan on getting the extended battery.

And that's it. I can't think of anything else wrong with this phone. I really don't care about having a speaker phone. The antenna is no big deal since you don't usually have to use it that much, the phone works fine without it, at least in my area. This is a must have 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: LG VX7000 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 4/5
LG VX7000 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
good phone with few bells and whistles (pun intended)


This phone is really not a phone for gizmo lovers. It doesnot have an infrared port let alone bluetooth. It does not come with any games either. The front LCD is a color one which is good but it doesnot stay on. I hate this because I usually dont wear a watch and look at my phone to know the time. I have to press a button on the side of the phone for it to turn on.

But I am not disappointed. I really like the large buttons. Earlier I really didnot care for the size of buttons but after using this for a day I really am beginning to realise the ease of use when one has a phone with large buttons.

It recieves decent reception in all parts of my house. Because with my previous provider, at times, I wouldn't get reception in my living room. But the first call I made from this phone the person on the other end could not hear a thing. But when I called back again, without moving, she could hear everything clearly. So the jury is still out on the reception in my house. However, the earphone is loud and I could hear everything clearly on both occassions.

All the menus are pretty much straightforward and anything extra you need for the phone has to be downloaded. The ringtones which come with the phone leaves a lot to be desired. But there are a couple of decent ones which do not embarass you. I think there is a way you can get mp3 ringtones to your phone without paying verizon. You have to email the "mp3" ring tone to your phone but you will have to rename the file as a "mid" file beofre you send it. After you have recieved it on your phone you can rename it to an "mp3" file and use it as a ringtone. But I guess to get email access you will have to pay verizon for the interent charges. I am not sure on this though.

It has a camera on it which can swivel. That is the only cool thing about this phone. The camera can also be used to take 15 secs of video with voice. I really like that. Dont expect too much from the camera but it is the only fun thng to do when you are bored.

It took me a while to get this phone activated I had to take it to a store but I realised it was my fault. It took me all but 30 mins to port my old number to this phone which is the best part. Last time it took me 24 days.
Product features:
VGA Digital video/camera with flash and rotating lens
Send and receive picture messages
Record 15-second videos and send video messages
Speed dialing and voice-activated dialing
20 unique default ringtones plus vibrate and silent alert




Product: Nokia 5125 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Rating: 1/5
Nokia 5125 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Poor Money Eater


yes, this phone does do what a phone is supposed to but charging 36 cents a min. is apphaling! it is huge and clunky(the 80's sure did strike back)you can't hear a thing when you are talking and the ringtones are boring! my advice:give this phone to the kids, but I'm gettin' a Virgin Mobile K-7 Rave next month!
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with hands-free headset, battery and charger.
Up to 180 minutes of talk time and 200 hours of digital standby time; includes charger, 10 free minutes upon activation, and 100 minutes bonus airtime offer
Simple-to-use navigation buttons and graphical screens
Large 5-line screen
Changeable faceplates allow personalization




Product: Samsung C207 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Cingular
Rating: 4/5
Samsung C207 Phone (Cingular)
Not Perfect, But a Good Phone


The Samsung SGH-C207 is an all-around good phone if you can get it for $40 or less. I wouldn't spend over $50 on it though. I got mine through on online offer with Cingular for $30, and it was well worth that.

Though the C207 doesn't have a speakerphone, I can hear the ring perfectly fine. The phone also includes some entertaining games but they could have done better with the ringtones, graphics, and wallpapers included.

The Samsung C207 is very small and comfortable to hold. It's the same size (if not smaller) than my sister's Samsung flip phone when its closed. The only problem with this is the buttons are kind of small and close together if you have large fingers.



Product: PCS Pocket PC Phone Toshiba 2032 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Audiovox
Rating: 3/5
PCS Pocket PC Phone Toshiba 2032 (Sprint)
No Keys = bad concept


I tried so hard for a week to make this phone work for me, because I liked the features, finally I am giving up. There is not enough power in the battrey to make it last a complete day.If Toshiba/Audiovox was in the construction business, they would have developed a city with no power supply!With the rebates I got lured into buying what other recommended not to. I thought I will make it work for me, against odds. The phone is so bad, I would not take it for free (considering the 2 year contract)STAY AWAY FROM THE TOSHIBA 2032 !
Product features:
Fully functional Pocket PC with 206 MHz processor
High Quality TFT Display with 65,536 vibrant colors
Software Includes: Pocket Word & Excel, Solitaire, & Pocket Internet Explorer
3 hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby (10 hours in PDA mode)
Built-in Speakerphone




Product: Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
At least it's better than Virgin Mobile...


I got my Boost Motorola i730 in February after being sick of my Virgin Mobile phone only allowing access to mtv.com . It's a bit more expensive to talk per minute but the phone itself is much better than the Kyocera Slider-type I had- for one thing, ringtones are very, very audible; the vibrate is strong as well. It feels like you could drop it a million times and it'll still work- I've had it since February and it's been dropped quite a few times- still works perfectly. The screen isn't as large as some I've seen but it's bright and colorful. The phone is pretty easy to use, although I didn't know how to activate capital letters for text messaging until just recently. My favorite feature about the service? Unlike Virgin Mobile, who only allows access to one website, Boost gives you unlimited text-based internet use for 20 cents per day- it's great to be able to check my email and read the news over the phone. My only complaint about the phone now that intial reception issues have been pretty much taken care of is that text messages sometimes take hours for me to recieve after somebody sends me one. Other than that though, the i730 is working out just fine for me.
Product features:
The i730 comes with a new 65k color display with enhanced clarity that allows you to customize your screen with downloadable wallpapers, adjustable color palettes, and choice of three font sizes
Hands-free cellular conversations are always available with the built-in speakerphone
Set your phone and instantly connect to the last Direct Connect call or an assigned contact by pressing the PTT button from the main idle screen
Comes with a powerful datebook that allows you to book meetings, plan events, and set alarms that will automatically turn-on the phone if needed
Phone can store up to 600 contact entries - Store up to seven numbers for a single name




Product: Nokia 6010M Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 1/5
Nokia 6010M Phone (T-Mobile)
Microphone connection is bad


The other party can barely hear me when I put the microphone on, I tried 3 new microphones and all result in the same problem. Then I witch the phone (sent by t-mobile after they found this problem when I talked to customer service), still same problem. In conclusion, I doubt it's the defective design of microphone connection in this Nokia 6010M or the week signal of t-mobile, not a specific phone or microphone.
Product features:
Lightweight and ergonomic design
One touch dialing and voice dialing for easy communication
Phone book with up to 500 contacts, with up to 5 numbers and 3 text entries per contact
Personalize your phone with 8 different color schemes
Stay connected with AOL, MSN and Yahoo messaging.




Product: PCS Phone palmOne Treo 650 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone palmOne Treo 650 (Sprint)
Treo 650 for Kyocera SmartPhone 6035 Users


My Sprint Kyocera SmartPhone 6035 finally started to finally die, with the microphone going and maneuvering between applications behaving very slowly -- so with a heavy heart, I started looking at phones.

Someone turned me onto the Treo 650 and have found that it's actually pretty good. Going from a monochrome-type screen to color is obviously an enhancement and more internal memory is a definite plus. With all the pros that others have mentioned for the phone tho, here's my list of cons, and again, this is from an old Kyocera 6035 user:

o No graffiti -- unless you buy SilkScreen or MobileWrite
o No immediate method of clicking on a phone number in your calendar and calling it -- unless you buy TakePhone
o No VOICE DIAL -- unless you buy VoiceDialer or Voice Launcher

The Palm software installation was a bit of a problem as I ran into the problem a few folks have been getting where the installation hangs when it attempts to remove the backup files. The culprit is the IDriver.exe process from what I understand.
HINT: To fix that problem, you're going to have to
1. Run the following command: C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\Driver\7\Intel 32\IDriver.exe" /REGSERVER
2. Open your task manager and kill the second instance of the IDriver process running in the Windows environment.

The biggest positive that I get out of the phone however is the inclusion of bluetooth so that I can at least connect it to a, to be bought, bluetooth car kit. Hopefully that should give me back some of my lost voice dialing abilities.

Overall, despite my tentativeness in getting this phone, it looks like it has a lot to offer as long as you can get past some of its detriments.
Product features:
Vibrant 320 x 320 touchscreen display
Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
Buit-in digital camera with video capture
Innovative backlit QWERTY keyboard
Full access to Microsoft Outlook Exchange and POP3/IMAP4 email clients




Product: Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
Better in some ways that expected, not in some ways...


This is my first review, but I thought I would speak up on my feelings about this phone. Ok, so I am really pleased with the appearance of this phone. I thought it might be kind of weird looking, but since I received it, I am glad I bought it. It is definetely different from other phones, so people will for sure notice it and want to play with it. The phone is a good size, and I don't really think it is noticeable big. Ok, so I am going to go through and do my pros and cons for this phone:

Cons first:
--Unless it is a setting I have missed, when you close the phone and open it, it is still at the same spot when you closed it (eg. if I am looking at Bill's number, then I close the phone, when I open it again, Bill's number will still be displaying, rather than going back to the main screen like most do)
--Probably most annoying, you have to have another entry for a person if they have more than one number. This was one of the main reasons I avoided the MotoV600...unless I am doing something wrong here.
--Green backlight isn't the prettiest.
--Opening up the megapixel pics can take up to 6-7 secs. sometimes.
--Lack of Bluetooth and speaker phone (not much an issue for me, but could be for others)
--I would love to have MP3 capabilites, especially since we got the Secure Digital card where we can easily load things on to it

And now, the pros:
--Very attractive looking phone
--Sturdiest-feeling phone I have ever owned
--Interface is pretty quick, and menu options are the best I ever seen on a phone.
--The way it displays the contacts when searching through is great because it shows you the name of everyone, then as you highlight the name, it shows you their number at the bottom
--Screen is just awesome, fonts are nice and clear. Everything is very easy to read.
--Camera is just awesome as well. You just have to see it. I have a pic as my background, and I promise everytime someone opens it, they say "wow, that is a good picture"...it never fails
--Having a Secure Digital card is so convenient. You can hold over 130 pics just on the 32MB card that comes with it. So you can buy a bigger card and hold over 1000! It is so convenient to take a pic then pop the card into my laptop card reader and have it there for display. I love this feature!
--Eight (yes, 8!) customizable shortcuts. I love this feature as well. You can go straight to where you want to go in so many different ways.
--Phone keys are very standard and simple. They are not too close to each other and they seem very practical.

Ok, that is all I can think of for now. This is a great phone, and my friends love it, and you cannot beat Amazon's price A/R. I don't think you will be disatisfied with it as long as you don't need Bluetooth or Speakerphone, but if you have a SD card reader, you will want to use it more than you would Bluetooth anyway for data transfer.
Product features:
Buit-in 1.1 megapixel camera
Downloadable wallpapers and ring-tones and games
Send and receive e-mail, pictures, text messages, and video clips
SD memory card slot and 32MB removeable SD card
Internet access




Product: PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Red (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 5/5
PCS Vision Picture Phone Sanyo PM-8200 Red (Sprint)
Sanyo's 8200 a top performer -- even...


I buy new cellphones as soon as Sprint introduces them, if not before, and without regard to when I last bought cells. In short, I've gone through a lot of cellphones like an addict.

Sanyo's 8200 replaced Toshiba's most recent intro and is the hands down winner when it comes to photo quality and video.

The only thing wrong with the SprintPCS version of 8200 is its continued inability to link itself to Etrade for online investors, once commonplace.

But the 8200 can't be faulted. It's a clean winner over any cells out there at this time.


Product features:
Feature-packed with VGA camera with flash, speakerphone, dual-color displays and voice dialing
Built-In digital camera features 640x480 resolution, flash, auto-focus lens and zoom capaility
Vivid dual displays each displaying in 65,000 colors
Built-in speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze
Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation




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