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Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
MUY BUENO


I purchased this phone for its bluetooth connectivity and nice looks. It worked quite well in the beginning. There were some things I didnot like much but still it was usable.

Things I like:
1) joystick. it is well thought and pretty useful to do things.
2) bluetooth, it is easy to transfer contacts, files from your cell phone to other cell phone or to your computer.
3) color screen shows pretty crisp images.
4) you can set a midi or mp3 file as ringtone. neat.

things I didnot like about are:
1) ringer volume is low. I used to hear my old cell phone (nokia 3390) ring from upstairs. You cannot hear this one unless you are in the same room.
2) menu navigation could be better.
3) camera is not so good. Don't think that you are getting a digital camera.
4) keys are small, I had hard time not the press multiple keys.

finally the problems I had recently, note that none of them were present in the first 3-4 months of usage.
1) charging system is not durable, power adapter connection was made poorly. It disconnects while you are charging the phone, you came back 2-3 hours later to see your battery is still empty.
2) speaker/mic is broken after 5 months of usage. Neither you, nor the other party hear anything. I will see about the the warranty coverage.
3) pressing power button may not turn on the phone. I had to keep pressing it to get it to turn on.

My final remark is to stay away from this one if you have comparable Nokia phone.
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: palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 2/5
palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Cingular)
A Waste of Time - Literally


While this phone has a lot of features, the time, and learning curve that it requires to access and use the features is enormous. Just answering and making calls requires multiple steps and button presses. To sum up the learning process of the phone/PDA, Palm (in it's owners manual) recommends that you learn about the device in the following steps: 1.The first day, read and learn X Chapters, 2. The next day, read and learn X (more)Chapters. 3. After One Week, read and learn X (more) Chapters. 4. Then, after One Month of use, read and learn the remaining chapters of the User Manual. Simply put, the time expended just to learn and USE this device is tremendous. Then, once you learn how to use it, you learn that TO use it also requires time and multiple button presses; no matter how simple of a task you want to do. By the way, these problems/deficiencies should not be taken out on Cingular. They don't make the device. Rather, they sell it because there are people (unlike myself) who have lots of time, and patience, to learn and use devices such as this, and who like electronic devices which are challenging. As for me, I have more important things to do. (By the way, I am not 'electronically challenged.' In fact, I own a business which installs and supports electronically sophisticated devices.)
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: PCS Phone Audiovox/Toshiba VM4050 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Audiovox/Toshiba VM4050 (Sprint)
***VERY RARE***


Excellent condition, comes with box, all manuals, plug-in charger, car charger & lamb skin body glove
Product features:
VM4050 offers a built-in video and still camera, which can take and send VGA images or 15-second clips
2.2-inch TFT main screen offers an ultra-high-resolution main display (260,000 colors)
Comes with built-in Speakerphone: Hands-free operation of your phone is made easy with the built-in speakerphone
Offers picture caller ID so users can instantly tell who is calling without opening the phone
Features include a built-in speakerphone, voice control and voice guidance, which means the phone talks to users to inform them of important events




Product: Motorola Holster for Motorola V60 Series Phones
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola Holster for Motorola V60 Series Phones
CLIP TRICK


Unlike belt clips for prior models that would constantly send the phone falling into things, this one does hold it securely. Almost too securely in fact. It also puts the phone at what I feel to be an ackward angle from the body. Getting better but not quite there yet.
Product features:
Allows increased access to your phone
Durable plastic construction
Clips onto pants, handbag, or belt
Classic black color
Compatible with Motorola V60c phones




Product: Samsung E315 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Samsung E315 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great for first timers - managed to reduce shutter sound


Before you read this review I think I should mention that this was my first cell phone (can't believe I waited this long) and that I got it for free from the official T-mobile.com website (great promotion for new service) - so I may be a little more euphoric than normal!
But I did spend a lot of time reviewing different phones before making my decision which was also influenced by T-mobile's great family plans. The other reviews on Amazon were very good, helpful and quite on the mark.

Regarding the shutter sound - yes it is very loud by default, but you CAN reduce it. There's no documentation on this. Quite by accident I reduced the "key volume" and the shutter sound was reduced as well. To reduce the "key volume" - get to 'idle' state and then simply use the volume keys on the left side of the phone to adjust the "key volume". The shutter sound changes accordingly - Samsung really should have mentioned this somewhere.

Now getting back to the phone itself - it's really more than adequate for a first timer like myself. It took me a little while to get used to everything, but then again this was my first phone ever. Now, just about a week later, I feel very comfortable using the phone - so I guess that speaks well about how intuitive the phone is.
Rather than go into more details, I think I'll summarize the good and the bad of this phone. Also, I bought the Samsung e105 for my wife and I think it'll be useful to compare features below where applicable.
Cons:
1) 'Special' earphone jack - not your standard earphone jack. So if you need a new earphone set, you'll have to buy from Samsung. They should tell you things like this in the phone details, but they just don't.
Note: The Samsung e105 has a standard earphone jack.

2) Ring tones - the default ones that come with the phone are quite terrible. The only one I liked was the default 'Tmobile jingle', but of course my wife wanted that for her phone as well and so I had to choose some other wierd tune (to distinguish between the two phones).
Note: The Samsung e105 actually has a different set of ring tones that come with the phone, and some are much nicer (in my opinion) - I'm trying to get my wife to switch to one of those!

3) No infrared port - I'm not exactly sure what you use this for (I think to talk to a computer). But the Samsung e105 has this feature.

That's about it for the cons.

Pros:
1) Auto time update: You can set the time/date manually, or have it automatically set according the region you're in. There's also an 'autoupdate with confirmation' in which case it'll ask you first before setting the time.
Note: The Samsung e105 does NOT have autoupdate, you have to set the time manually.

2) Lots of memory on the phone. Also there are various 'memory statuses' on the different portions of the phone. E.g. you have a separate memory status for each of the following: a)Pictures/Video b)Voice memos c)General stuff (like phone no.s, to-do list, etc.)
It's nice that at different menus, you can check the memory status for the particular menu you're on (like those listed above) - the Samsung e105 has only ONE memory status for the entire phone.

3) Great camera - you can also record small movies (obviously not very high quality). Lots of fun!

4) Very nice small and sleek design.

Actually I could go on listing all the nice features, but these are available in the general description of the item.

Neutral observations:
1) The battery life seemed quite adequate - I went about 6 days without charging my phone (just as a test to see how long I could go without charging the phone and still leaving it in standby mode, not powered off - I also used the phone for minimal conversation during this time). This seems to be in-line with the specs.
2) There's a special 'data kit' that you would need to buy if you want the phone to talk with a computer (the kit contains a special cable and special software). I'm not sure if you could use this method to download the pictures/videos from the phone to the computer (without paying for T-mobile service).

Summary: I may have been easily pleased, but in my opinion this phone is really neat. I highly recommend getting it, especially if it's at a great price.
Product features:
Ultralight with dual color displays
Built-in VGA camera
Java capable
Voice recorder
Includes phone and travel charger




Product: HP iPAQ h6315 PDA Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: CE
Manufacturer: VoiceStream
Rating: 5/5
HP iPAQ h6315 PDA Phone (T-Mobile)
True All-in-One


That's all you need to know. Camera, Cell Phone, PDA, Music Player, DVD (with software) player. You will need nothing else for at least three to four years.
Product features:
Microsoft Windows Mobile™ 2003 software for Pocket PC, Phone Edition
3.5" Transreflective color display, 240x320 pixels, 64k color support with touch screen
Integrated Bluetooth, Camera and WiFi
International phone: Quad-band (1900, 1800, 900, 850 MHz)
Snap on QWERTY keyboard




Product: T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Never liked a phone so much!


Just got my sidekick yesterday, and I love it. The email, AIM, and the text capabilitys are all top notch. I love this phone, and go every where with it. Definatly a must buy for any one who wants to be able to do it ALL with their phone, including surf the internet at very good speeds. The internet is even faster with pictures turned off, but hey, whats the fun in that.
Product features:
Real web browsing
Built-in camera with flash
Built-in organizer with PC synchronization
Photo caller ID
AOL Instant Messenger, text messaging, 6 MB email account




Product: Nokia 6610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 6610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great phone, great service, no voice dialing


The Nokia 6610 is a relatively new phone, and what a great phone it is. When I first saw the 6610, I thought it was too small. After using it, I found the size to be perfect for carrying in a pocket. It is just a tad small to hold to your ear with your shoulder, but that is solved with the very comfortable handsfree ear-piece which is included. The ear-piece has a button that answers and hangs-up the phone so you do not have to mess with the phone at all, unless dialing a number. Unfortunately, the 6610 does not offer voice dialing like my previous phone, but the other features it packs outweighs this shortcoming.When I turned the phone on, the first thing that hit me is how good the screen is. The resolution is very good and the colors are bright and even changeable! The phone has several color schemes you can choose from. I like the default blue. You can also set a background wallpaper. The ringtones included are awesome, and did I mention they were polyphonic? No more annoying series of beeps. This phone plays up to 4 tones at one time and it actually sounds like music. You can also assign special rings anjd graphics to special people when they call. The massive phonebook can hold 300 entries, with multiple phone number per entry, so you can program your boss's home, work and cellphone numbers all under one contact. The phone also sports an image gallery (with option camera attachment), a calendar/organizer, alarm clock with snooze, FM radio (way cool, even if it is just through an ear-peice), games, Java applications and GPRS high-speed internet connection.The GPRS connection is sometimes slow, and writing instant messages with the included AOL Instant Messenger software is a pain, but the other t-zones applications are quite useful. You can get weather, movies, horoscopes and more with a few clicks. The service deafults to showing the information associated with your billing ZIP code, but you can change the default and seach other areas while on the go. One downside: as of this writing, T-Mobile hasn't updated their t-zone system to fully support the 6610. Their website does not show it as a compatible phone, and should I try to access the game downloads on t-zones the system returns an error message saying my phone is not supported. I have been assured this will be fixed soon.Now, for the T-Mobile service: I cannot say enough good things about the people who answer the phones. If you have a question, they have the answer. And should they not know it, they can find it out pretty quick. Every phone experience has started with a very brief time on hold followed by a cheerful representative answering the phone. All my questions or problems have been quickly and satisfactorily resolved. I'd like to see my old carrier do that!The rate plans are also very good, at least for me. Different people have different needs, of course, but the T-Mobile plans are priced very well for the minutes and services you receive.The phone would have received 5 stars if the phone had voice dialing and the game downloads from t-zones worked. This phone is highly recommended otherwise.
Product features:
New color screen with the "classic" Nokia 6000 series style
Mobile Internet capability
Includes polyphonic ringtones, speakerphone, and an integrated stereo FM radio
Phone book capacity for 300 contacts
Receive messages with image, sound, and text




Product: Samsung D415 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 1/5
Samsung D415 Phone (T-Mobile)
If only I can give a "0"


This is by far the worst phone I've ever had. Not just me, but for my dad as well. We both got the same phone with family plan because I live about 400 miles away from home. I've used the Samsung p107 before and it worked great. I got the D415 with high expectations but it failed! After 4.5 months of using it, the screen malfunction. When people call, it does not light up! When I slide the phone open, the speakers don't work. But when I slide it down, it does but the screen doesn't. I was pissed. Then about a month later, the same thing happened to my dad at home. We were both like, wtf. He went back to his old Nokia and I went back to my old Samsung. This model is just bad. For those who gave 5 stars, wait and see. I used to think it was 5 stars. Not anymore.
Product features:
900/1900 GSM network capability
Swivel VGA (640x480) camera and video recorder
Large, high-resolution TFT display with 262K colors
Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
Includes phone and travel charger




Product: Kyocera Slider V5 MTV Edition Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Kyocera Slider V5 MTV Edition Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Great little package


FINALLY! A prepaid/no contract phone with color! I knew I had to get it. And boy am I glad I did. I used to have (and use) the VOX - which is a good phone too. But this one is so much better. The Slider has a cool, stylish design. The front "plate" slides up to reveal keypad. You will be so proud pulling it out; as some of the prepaid phones look...well prepaid. People are very surprised when I tell them it is a no contract plan.I like that you are able to assign ringtones and pictures to certain people/phone numbers. You can even access the MTV and VH1 site from the phone, which has fun features like "On air shows", "Alerts", and "News". Other pluses of this cell phone include voice memo, voice dialer, speaker, text messaging, fun wallpapers and screensavers, alarm clock, calculators, timer, stopwatch, downloadable ringtones, schedulers, games and more. $10 of airtime is included to start you off. It is so easy to set up and use. I do have a couple small complaints. First, the buttons are small and a little awkward to use when navigating. This makes it a little difficult when inputting data like addresses and notes. I have seen a data cable for this phone, and plan to purchase one soon. I think this will make the task of typing a lot easier and faster than using the Slider's keypad. Also, the phone is a slightly bulky - not terribly bad, but definitely bigger and little more weightier than the "Vox". Finally, the ring tomes are sometimes not very loud. There have been times where I have pulled the phone out of my purse to find that I missed a call or two. That said, the wonderful features I mention above more than make up for those minor issues for me. This phone has a lot (if not more) of the same features my sister has on her phone service, but, SHE'S ON A CONTRACT! I love this phone and would definitely recommend it to anyone that is interested in a stylish, fun, no contract, and easy to use phone plan. Go for it!
Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Unique sliding design - phone slides open with the push of a thumb
Full-color screen
Downloadable, polyphonic ringtones and vibrate alert
2-way text messaging, 1-touch and voice dialing




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