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Product: Samsung VM-A680 PCS Video Mail Phone (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sprint PCS
Rating: 5/5
Samsung VM-A680 PCS Video Mail Phone (Sprint)
I never thought I would buy another Samsung...

I never thought I would own another Samsung after my ordeals with the Samsung N400. I had nothing but problems with that phone...and was thrilled to get rid of it.

So when I went shopping for a new phone, at first I was dead set against getting a Samsung....but this phones size won me over. And its proved to be a good little phone.

This phone is so small...and cute. I can comfortably just drop it into one of the front pockets on my jeans and forget about it. It has a sturdy feel to it...yet its not very heavy. The external lcd screen can be set to display a digital clock, one of many analog clocks, or a picture you have taken with the camera. It also works as a picture ID for incoming calls. It also notifies you when you recieve a new voicemail, text message, picture mail, its a view finder for self portraits and lets you know when you missed a call. And when its not doing any of that, it becomes a little mirror. (very prone to fingerprints)

The camera and 15 second camcorder are kind of cute. Either can be used for the photo ID or set as a screen saver...which is nice.

The keys are small but easy to use. There is a special button just to access the camera easily...and also another camera button on the side of the phone. The camera offers three different resolution settings (Low:160X120, Med:320x240, and High:640X480) and three Quality settings: Fine, Normal & Economy. It does have a flash (which you can set to always use, use on one shot only...or turn it off) It has a Self Timer, fun frames and lets you take multishots. You can also adjust the color tones, brightness and white balance. The camcorder gives you the option to make a silent movie.

The volume control gives you 8 Level 8 + Vibrate, just vibrate, 1 beep, or silence all. I wish you could add the vibrate to any level of volume rather than just 8.

It offers Text Messaging which is really cool. My N400 didnt have it. And in addition to sending just text, you can send one of your videos or pictures.

The Call history is much better than the N400. With the N400 if someone called twice in a row, it would just show the last call in the History. But with this one, it lists every call along with the call information.

Overall, I'm very happy with my phone!

I left out quite a bit that has already been covered by previous reviewers. I hope this helped.

Product features:
Tri-mode phone with Video recording capabilities, dual color display and VGA camera with flash
65,000 Color LCD displays give you life-like quality
VGA Camera takes photos @ 640x480 resolution.
Records video clips up to 15 seconds each in M-JPEG format
Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation

Product: Nokia 3560 Phone (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia 3560 Phone (AT&T)
Not that great

This phone was a huge upgrade from the crummy reception I got with the Nokia 8260. I bought this as a Suncom AT&T customer. A lot of people are providing reviews based on their service plan or what is offered under their plan rather than reviewing the quality of this phone. First of all, if you're a Suncom subscriber, you should know that Suncom/AT&T does not support downloadable ring tones. The only way to get ring tones and games is to download them from This phone has a feature that allows you to browse java games and download thm, but that feature is not available in the Suncom/AT&T network. If your provider is Suncom, you can only get ringtones from, which has a crummy collection. I tried to buy a ringtone from and found out I couldn't even use it unless I bought it from Suncom. It has some really fun games on it, but it would be nice if you could download more. At this time, Suncom doesn't offer any games for download.As for quality, the TDMA network is very clear. My phone sounds great and calls don't hang or disconnect like they did on suncom's old network. I very rarely have dropped calls or poor reception. The only problem with the TDMA network however is that it will most likely be replaced or switched in a few years. As for the phone, one problem is the keylock. When the keys are locked, the screen is not backlit. If you receive a call and want to unlock your keys, you have to do it in the dark, because the backlight does not come on until the keys are unlocked. It also takes two buttons to lock it as opposed to simply holding down the end key like Nokia's past phones.As others have said, there is no IR port on this phone. You have to enter in all your contact numbers manually, which can take forever. One nice feature of the phone though is that it finally stores seperate entries for people based on work numbers, home, and mobile. No more having to create two seperate entries in your phone book for "John Cell" and John Home."The ringtones sound excellent. I'll never go back to monophonic tones again. Although some of them are a little out there. Aside from the Nokia ring tone, almost all the ring tones are songs. The generic "ring ring" literally sounds like a phone from the 1930s. You can not get a normal sounding ring tone on this phone at all. The vibration features are kind of phone though because the vibration is synched to the tune of the ringer.Definately not the best phone out there, but since there are not too many choices with Suncom and AT&T right now, it's one of the only decent options available. I would recommend the Nokia 6560 over this phone. Even though AT&T does not offer Synch capability, the phone at least has an IR port on it so maybe you can use it in the future.
Product features:
High-resolution color display with personalizable color schemes and wallpapers
Send and receive e-mail and access the Web wirelessly
Java support for game and application downloads
Memory available for downloadable ring tones and picture messages
Personalize caller ID with graphic icons

Product: LG L1400i Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: LG
Rating: 1/5
LG L1400i Phone (Cingular)
Poor phone menu and extremely poor sound

What is important for the phone? Of course, the basic functionality first. What is bad about this phone?

1. Phone Book navigation. If you have used SAMSUNG navigataion then that is the best. e.g. when you look at the phone book and keep pressing menu button it will scroll about 5 phones at a time.
2. Short cut to call someone. If you have to store a number at lets say 22 then you can not. Samsung has whole phone book numbered so that you can call just pressing 22 (or 55 or 9) for 2 second and it will dial the number for you. e.g. I was storing my first 10 best friends/family numbers at 1,2,3,5, 10,11,22,33,44,55,...etc so I can call at one touch. I don't use voice system.
3. Sound quality: Very low sound
4. Ring tone: Very low
5. How long did you talk? When you are talking and want to see how long you have talked, you can not see because LCD turned off.
6. Buttons not that much slick. Little hard to press. Samsung has the best slick button to touch. E.g. dell keyboard vs other key borad.
7. Flip phone: I had Samsung N200. Bought 4 yrs ago for 250. That was a flip phone but advantage was you don't have to open cover unless you want to talk someone. So, FLIP PHONE ARE ONLY GOOD IF IT ALLOOWS to navigate the functionality without opening the cover. So, May be NOKIA is the way to go with.
8. Camera memory - Too less. So useless.
9. Battery life - Ok.

So, Finally I would buy a phone that has
1. Best navigation
2. No flip unless it allow to see the activity from outside itself.
3. Best sound quality
4. Vibrate mode as well.
5. Camera - Forget it. Keep credi card size camera if you need one which may have same or batter quality.
6. No free phone. Get what you want by paying and keep it for long period.

I hope this helps to buy your next phone.

Product features:
Built-in camera with 4x zoom
65k color TFT display
Mobile instant messaging and MMS (multimedia messaging service) capable
Voice-activated dialing
Personal organizer includes calendar, calculator, alarm clock, and voice recorder

Product: Motorola HS850 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola HS850 Bluetooth Headset
Great Headset!

Awesome sound quality, battery life, and range.
I can leave my phone in my bedroom, and still make and receive calls on this headset twenty-five - thirty feet away IN MY LIVING ROOM!! Amazing.

Pairing was as snap on a Motorola V80, and my PC, but other phones may be different.

The only drawback I find, as I did on the HS820 review, is that my phone reverts to a default ring for both voice & messages, so the cool MP3 ringtones are useless when using the headset :(

Ear fit is on par with the HS820 as well. It flaps around your ear sometimes and it feels like it's going to fall off, but it doesn't, and it also fits well when wearing sunglasses.

The battery life is unprecedented. Probably the best on the market as of this writing.

Audio quality:
The sound quality is unequaled. The party on the other end of the line will never know you're on a headset, calls are clear and they sound like a wired phone/headset. The caveat is that in windy conditions, it will be impossible to use, but so will be a wired headset, so there's no way around that situation.

The headset functions w/o any issues almost all the time, except in a couple of instances when, if the phone is answered first, and the headset is turned on afterwards, I've encountered a very loud static noise, which would go away when folding the boom and extending again thereby turning off and back on.
A couple of times I've lost calls and had to revert back to using the phone, but that may have been due to external RF since it only happened twice in a three week period.

Fit and finish:
Motorola has a winner here. The look is stylish, and fit and finish is first class.

This unit is bigger (longer) than the HS820, since it incorporates a boom, which, when extended, increases the overall lenght to 3.3 inches long, making it more noticeable then other integrated units. It also feels slightly heavier, but not by much.
To it's credit, the boom doubles as a on/off switch, making it a no brainer figuring out the unit's state: folded=off and extended=on

Accessories included:
I was surprised that the U.S. version does not come with the leather carry holster and lanyard like the European version does.
Tried to shop for an replacement Motorola holster online and THERE AREN'T ANY, not even replacements for the HS810 which does include the holster.
Also, the U.S charger is noticeably larger then it's European counterpart (Hello Moto, anyone home?).
A USB charger would also have been nicer than a regular AC adapter, specially when traveling, since all one would have to do is plug into a laptop if the battery is running low.

To recap:

Easy one-button function
Battery Life
Call quality

Overrides phone's customized rings
Ear fit may prove too loose for smaller ears
No holster provided
No USB charger
Product features:
Bluetooth wireless technology means that the sheer convenience of hands-free communication is enhanced with total freedom of movement.
Unfold the boom microphone, place the headset over the ear and a link will be established automatically.
This universal accessory encourages users to update, change and evolve because it is compatible with all other 1.1 compliant Bluetooth wireless technology phones by Motorola and other manufacturers.
Smaller Size, Bigger Power. This tiny powerhouse is less than 5 cm in diameter when folded and weighs just 20 grams.
Increased talk time of up to 8 hours and standby time of up to 200 hours.

Product: Siemens S56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Siemens S56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
nice phone~~

Do yourself a big favor, don't let the slick look and many gadgets fool you. I have had three of these phones. The only reason I had three is due to the fact that when I bought it at "Best Buy" I got a buyer protection warranty. THANK GOD! I have never had so many dropped calls....EVER. I had the same problem as discribed by the woman in Oakland, Try to answer the phone and the phone sends the call to voice mail. Set a ring tone, it might stay for a few rings, then the phone goes back to the default ring. Not a good buy. Stay away from this one.
Product features:
256-Color Graphic Display
250 Contact Phone Book
Bluetooth and Data Cable Connectivity
Downloadable Java Games and Applications
Equipped with Text Messaging and Internet (WAP) Functionality

Product: Motorola V400 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V400 Phone (Cingular)
Motorola V400

The Motorola V400 is a phone that combines both elegance and business into a simple easy to use device. The v400 comines with a spacious color display and VGA camera. It takes high quality photographs that you can send to friends or family or assign to a picture to a person so that when they call, their picture appears. With mp3 ringtones, a built in song mixer, and Multimedia Messaging the v400 is the perfect phone for any person.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM phone is notable for its high-resolution display, VGA camera, and MP3 ringtones
Camera features 5MB of memory, self-timer, saves images for Picture Caller id
Large 65,000 color primary display for Internet browsing, game playing (Prince of Persia included)
External caller id display for call screening, phone book with 1000 entry capacity
Ringtone support MIDI and MP3 formats, as well as built-in MotoMixer ringtone composer

Product: Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
All Around versatility

I bought this phone in December as a replacement for my pocketpc phone (T-Mobile) and so far I am relatively happy. The size is great, not much fatter than my old Nokia 3390 and overall dimension compact. Battery life is great too. I primarily bought the phone for email capabilities and I am happy with it. The only problem I had was a T-Mobile email problem in December. Their systems were having problems and I felt like chucking the phone out the window...without email this phone is useless to me. The keyboard is good although it took me a few days to get used to it as I have larger fingers. I love using this phone to post pictures to my blog. I use for hosting and for handling photos. I can take a picture and have it posted on my blog in less than a minute. Documentation on the phone is fair at best. It only comes with a house charger but I found OEM chargers on the web for cheap. The bluetooth is ok, I used it to load all my contacts on the phone and that was fairly painless. AOL IM (AIM) works great although I have heard some complaints that it only shows your first 25 buddies. I don't have that many buddies so it's not a problem for me.

If you want a compact phone that handles email and has a full keyboard, this is a great phone.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM capability
Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
Supports MMS, SMS, e-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4), and instant messaging
Integrated VGA digital camera
Full QWERTY keyboard with 5-way navigation

Product: Nokia 5180i Prepaid Phone (Tracfone)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 5180i Prepaid Phone (Tracfone)
tracfone info

i'm happy with my tracfone so far. if you decide to get a tracfone, please let me refer you before activating it- we will both get 100 free minutes. thank you
Product features:
Phone comes with 10 free minutes upon activation, $100 bonus airtime offer, headset, battery, and charger
Simple-to-use navigation buttons and graphical screens
Large 5-line screen
Changeable faceplates allow personalization
Up to 180 minutes of talk time and 200 hours of digital standby time

Product: Nokia 3390 Phone with AOL (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3390 Phone with AOL (T-Mobile)
Functional Not Fancy Cell - Phone

I used to switch cel phones in order to keep up with technology. Crazy screens and crazy features. I always made fun of my (then) fiancee for her nokia. Also, I hated the nokia ring. You know the one I'm talking about. Because of that I hated all nokia phones. Then we got married...To save money, I needed a plan that offered shared minutes and because of my job, I needed something with flex in the contract (I wasn't going to sign anything for TWO years!). I had comparison shopped everywhere between brands. It was a pretty easy choice when that came down to it. But. The phone itself required the following from me:
-Text Messaging
-Stupid Addicting Games
-Ability to personalize rings
-Ability to personalize display screen
-Hands-Free hook-up
-One number dialI got all of the above in the Nokia 3390. Plus I found myself surrounded by numerous faceplates, keypads and lights to choose from.I was weary of the design. I always had flip-phones before. They always protected me from those embarassing accidental calls when you put the phone in your pocket. Nokia has an easy way to get to the key lock: menu + "*".The predictable text in the text messaging part is amazing. Leaps above other PT I have used in the past.Battery lasts a few days before charging.But the best of all: When I break it, parts are VERY easy to get. My wife smashed her display. I immediately had a new screen. The aftermarket parts are plenty, but be careful...I remember reading that a woman's hair caught fire because she dropped her phone that had an aftermarket battery!
Product features:
Loaded with AOL Instant Messenger
Changeable faceplates
Picture messaging, Voice-activated dialing
Up to 160 minutes' digital talk time and 7.5 days' digital standby time
Includes NiMH battery, charger, and hands-free headset

Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)

This phone is everything I hoped it would be. Reception is good, the screen is beautiful, and it has snappy operation. iTap word recognition is very cool. (you type the word with numbers and a couple letters in it starts figuring out what word it is based on the possible combinations of numbers) The newer ones appear to be bug free (early v300's had some freezing problems) Phone comes with a nice holster, international adapters, charger and ear bud. It even plays MP3's. You get free WAP access through tmobile so you can get all sorts of internet info free once you bookmark the sites. Feels great in your hand. Comact when folded, but the length of a real phone when open.
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

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