Gsm mobile phone related reviews

Product: Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Interesting thoughts,last second!!

I loved the phone when i saw it,anybody would....anybody..thing is i organized my thoughts from what some people said that it's got the low life battery?...uhmm what did you expect?!!it's like a nail thing and 2 fingers long i mean common..anyhow i bought the new black edition doesn't change a thing just a few more persuading screensavers and backscreens,also IT'S BLACK...even more style for a while...why a while?'s just a color..but it's a good phone and u won't see one with "those"features on it anytime's better to have then not have at all...thanks for regrets thanks!aloha
Product features:
Razor-thin aircraft aluminum case
Bluetooth wireless technology
MPEG4 video playback
Built-in speakerphone
Digital camera with 4x digital zoom

Product: PCS Vision Picture Phone Nokia PM-6225 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
PCS Vision Picture Phone Nokia PM-6225 (Sprint)
Nokia has made better ones in the past

I having been using Nokia brand phones for close to 10 years now. I have tried Ericssons, Panasonics, Samsungs, etc... and I still prefer Nokias to all of them. For starters, the menu design is great for the technically inept or for older folks who just want the basics. My favorite Nokia models were the 6160, 6162, and 5160. Those models ran off of a TDMA platform with AT&T as the service provider and this one is CDMA. This particular model is pretty basic. I hate flip phones so this was one of a few options available to me. The display is pretty good - clear graphics and color. I'm not a big fan of the keypad layout - it dips in the middle and I prefer it flat. I do like the fact that it is backlighted though. Talktime and standby time are plentiful enough for the standard user. Hands free options for this model stink. I haven't found one that I like yet. In lieu of a decent headset I've been using the speakerphone option which works pretty good. I don't need the camera phone and could do without it but if you are into stuff like that then you should invest in a case for the phone otherwise in less than a year your viewfinder will get scratched up due to its terrible location. Additionally, I prefer the keylock function on older models. Used to be that you could just hold down the endkey and it would lock. This model requires you to press the menu * option. If you are looking for very basic gear on the inexpesive side this is the phone way to go.
Product features:
Feature-packed phone with VGA camera, speakerphone, internal antenna and FM radio
VGA camera takes still images @ 640x480 resolution and featues a auto-focus lens
128x128 pixel, 4,000 color display for crystal clear images
Integrated speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze.
Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation

Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 2/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
It's the cheapo headset that comes with it or nothing!

The phone is great--IF you like using proprietary headsets! Don't buy this phone unless you enjoy using a crappy headset, as namebrand headsets will not work with it.
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

Product: Nokia N-Gage QD Gaming Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Nokia N-Gage QD Gaming Phone (T-Mobile)
Excellent Value for a Symbian Smart Phone!

When reviewing the N-Gage QD I will review it based on the reasons I bought it. If I was reviewing it as simply a game system the review would be much lower, however, the strength of this phone is the wide variety of things you can do with it besides games.

First off, this is a very affordable Symbian Series 60 smart phone. This means you can run a wide variety of software on this phone. It comes with a great calendar and phone book built in that can sync with Outlook or your Palm OS PIM software. You can add great software like eReader and Mobipocket for ebooks, MP3 players (this phone is only mono sound though), movie players, picture albums, database software to track all your passwords, and much more. It is almost like having a small Palm Pilot organizer in your phone and is much more advanced than the standard phones.

It is very cool to be able to read a book anywhere I'm at, go on the internet with ease if you add the Opera Browser or listen to a recorded podcast with the free Helix MP3 player. It is a very good cellphone with great range and excellent battery life and oh yeah it plays N-Gage video games as well.

Even if the video game part doesn't interest you make sure you download the free 3D Snakes game from the Nokia website. That game alone combined with the smart phone features make the N-Gage a steal at the current price point. There are also a couple of great games coming out for it like Splinter Cell and X-Men Legends that are well worth buying. They give you Tony Hawk Pro Skater for free as well.

Though not the perfect gaming system, this phone is perfect for gamers and people that need the extra features of a smart phone without spending a lot of money to get it.
Product features:
High-performance mobile 3D gaming
4096-color screen and backlight
Bluetooth wireless technology
Hot swap MMC-card slot for external memory
Supports text and instant messaging

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

While you shouldn't expect this phone to replace your digital camera, there is something great about having the ability to send someone a picture on a whim. The Sanyo SCP-8100 would be a great phone even without the camera! The menus are very easily laid out, and very easy to read. The screen is large enough to read 9 - 10 lines of text off the web (I love reading's writers' columns). Adding the ability to take pictures just makes it better! I travel some with my work, so I enjoy getting pictures of my children while I'm on the road. Photos can be sent to up to 10 e-mail or phone addresses at a time. Voice messages can be sent along with the photo. Sprint's service even allows people to reply to the photo, so I can get comments attached to the photos. The only reason I don't give this phone 5 stars is due to resolution for pictures. It would be nice if the resolution was a little larger, so you could print off small photos. In spite of that, I'd certainly recommend this, along with the plans provided by Sprint. Great plans...great phone!
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: Audiovox 8500 Vox Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virutex
Rating: 4/5
Audiovox 8500 Vox Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Virgin Cell Phone Plan

For people who do not use a cell phone very often, this is the plan for you. Every 90 days you must buy at least $20 worth of air time (top up card). You can find them at various locations from Target and Sam Goody to your local gas station.Every day, the first 10 minutes cost .25 cents, anytime after that the minutes cost .10 cents.For anyone who is hesitant in buying a cell phone and plan, I recommend this route. Pay as you go. The only downside is that you can only use Virgin phone cards to apply to your phone.However, the minutes you add to your cell phone include long distance and roaming fees. When you buy your Virgin phone and minutes there are NO credit checks as you would experience when you buy a monthly phone plan from the competitors.
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with battery and charger
Seven changeable backlight display colors to match your mood
External Caller ID Display: know who's calling without opening your phone
2-way text messaging, 1-touch and voice dialing
Charger included for powering up

Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
worst cell phone ever

Was a fun gadget at first but started developing problems after about six months. Spontaneously resets to silent or vibrate, so you miss tons of calls. Shows calls that you answered as "missed" after you hang up. Charger connection is a terrible design does not fit well, and has to be manipulated to begin charging (This was true from day one). Number of missed calls and number of pending messages indicator is always wrong. Volume spontaneously shuts itself off and you can't hear your caller. I've nursed this phone along for about 18 months now and its headed out to the scrap heap. I won't be stopping by a motorola store on my way back.
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: Nokia 6010M Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 2/5
Nokia 6010M Phone (T-Mobile)
Good, for a year

I had the previous model of this phone, and after about a year two of the most used keys on the keypad lost functionality (end and down). I thought they would fix that problem with this phone, but they did not. My end and down buttons you have to push down about 4x harder than any of the other buttons to work (after a year of normal use. Works fine other than that, but that will be the reason that I will have to replace it, and this time it will be something other than a nokia.
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 Samsung i500 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Samsung i500 (Sprint)
Best of breed - for now

Here's what I needed and spent a year waiting/searching for. A PHONE (not a paperback book stuck to my head) that also allowed me to 1) Ditch my separate PDA, 2) access the web, 3) have reliable text messaging and e-mail.The SPH-I500 does all of these well. I am already comfortable with Graffiti, so the text input is managable for short messages. If I really want to write an essay, I'll attach a keyboard or find a PC. Stylus input works best for "sure, I'll be there in five minutes" or "here's the address" messages. Much better than SMS keypad typing, not quite as easy as thumbtyping on a Treo or Blackberry. A workable compromise.The phone is good, although it lacks some of the spiffy things you might want in a high end phone (such as speakerphone). However, after listening to a call at work where the remote side was on a Treo 600 speakerphone, I'm not certain I've missed much.Blazer web browser is decent for images, Eudora web good for text only. Yahoo and Avant Go bundle decent content, many traditional websites are clunky.SMS limitations mentioned above by others can be addressed by getting i500 SMS from (also see their mark-n-dial utility for dialing phone numbers from webpages, and Verichat (solid AIM/MSN/Yahoo chat client). Sprint recommends Eudora for e-mail. I found it to crash reliably on "reply" messages and have switched to Snapper, although it's more expensive.Voice dialing works well - On my previous Motorola phone it was unusable, on the i500 it works 90+% of the time. I have no complaints about battery life, especially with the standard battery.Things I'd take issue with:1) Sprint Customer Service and Technical Support via phone. (2 on a 1-5 scale, and I'm being nice). In the Sprint store, they were great. Over the phone, I wanted to commit mayhem, and I'm a pretty patient person. My favorite (?) Sprint tech support quote, "they don't actually train us on these things, so you probably know as much as I do..."2) MacOSX support. Mac support for this device is apparently an open secret. Samsung will help some with this, but I haven't yet had time to track all the bits and pieces down. It works just fine on my XP box at home, but I'd love to connect to my iBook, and not feel like I'm living on the edge! (hint, hint if anyone's watching). I've installed the version of Palm Desktop recommended by Samsung for MacOS, but it's not working - at least not yet. In searching the web, I see varying reports of success/reliability. Sad to say, try at your own risk, and be prepared for it to be a project.3) I'm seeing an uncomfortable number of apps produce "fatal exceptions" including Eudora, Avant Go, and some ASL tutoring apps that were rock solid on my IIIx. I'm not used to saying "Sorry, my phone just crashed."4) Don't know how you'd make it different, but teeny phones have teeny buttons. I keep hitting the wrong ones on the side of the phone. I have very small hands for a guy, so if you're big fingered, you might want to try it out first.5) Likewise, a bit more of a margin on the screen. If trying to not use the stylus because I'm in a hurry (which for me is most of the time), it's hard to hit icons in the corner of the screen when using a finger or non-stylus pen, pencil, chopstick, whatever's-at-hand.6) While the PalmOS integration with the phone is about the best I've seen, there are still some glitches, "huh" moments and things that don't work quite as they should - especially when switching between apps or some of the dialing features. I'd love to know why it doesn't ship with Palm OS5.7) The cradle/charger needs to have the travel charger plugged in to function. This is both expensive (if you need more than one setup, it'll be an additional $80.00/per) and stupid design.8) When powering off/on, haven't found a way to make the phone quiet. This results in a lot of head-turning at the beginning/ending of meetings. May be a way to fix this, but I haven't found it.I'd love to have:1) Expansion slot
2) Bluetooth!!
3) More memory
4) Palm OS5I'll let other people complain about:1) limited ringtones
2) camera (what *exactly* are you needing this for??)
3) weak vibrate modeOverall, I'm really happy with the phone, especially now that I've gotten Sprint to provision it correctly (long, annoying story) and installed the applications and utilities that allow it to function the way an (ahem!) $600 retail phone should. Overall, in the past few weeks I've probably spent another $100-120 to get the applications I needed to really make this thing sing. But, having done that, it's been great. I'm sure that in the future, there will be devices that take this further, but - for me - this is device I've been looking and waiting for.
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: Audiovox CDM8900 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 3/5
Audiovox CDM8900 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
camara kinda bites...

good phone, alright reception (might just be the carrier, not sure) picture function could definately use a little help.

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