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Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Star Trek Communicator - at last

I came into the game late, waiting for a good phone (but not necessarily a PDA.) This phone has every feature I could anticipate for the next few years, including bluetooth and IR connectivity. It can also be unlocked and used in Canada or Europe with their local SIM cards. T-Mobile gets mixed reviews but I've had no problems with them...they have excellent coverage of the West and East Coasts of the US. They're also the only GSM network in the US (other than Cingular, which does suck) that I know of, so for me it's a no-brainer.
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 3200 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia 3200 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)

Being an advocate Nokia user and fan I was determined to get a Nokia cell phone with my new family plan through AT&T. BTW, why hasn't Nokia gotten into the FlipPhone Fad???When I saw the phone online it looked good, when I read of it it sounded even better. The price put me over the top, with $160 cash back!!!Now I'm afraid I have sold the phone, this is the reason:
IT'S A WONDERFUL FULLY FEATURED PHONE BUT IT LOOKS HORRIBLE!!! :(It has so many features, just making a call and hitting options gives you 10 options of things you can do. Some of my favorites: (1) Speakerphone!!! Why don't all phones have this now? (2) adding a picture to a person in your contact list so when they call you see thier picture :) and (3) Nokia's wonderful profile method, making a profile for the office and while you're out etc. I won't list everything, you can see them on Amazon or any other site, I'm just rating as one users point of view.WHO SHOULD GET THIS PHONE?
- Those who need a build in camera
- Those who are always on the go, need a very strong organizer on the phone and speakerphone (I LOVE THAT FEATURE!!!)
- Those who are not concerned about the look of a phone or how small it is
- Those who like a phone they can fully customize
- Those with a huge address book - maybe even for business use - that can add a ton of things to their contacts info i.e. email address, address, and multiple entries for one person such as their home and mobile number
- Those who wish to heavily use AT&T's mMode to browse internet and send email or even chat on AOL
- Those who need a flashlight on their phone :)WHO SHOULD NOT GET THIS PHONE
- Those who need a compact and cute phone
- Those who have a lot of short conversation on their phon and don't need a million features
- Those who do not ever use internet access or intend to buy a wireless plan for their phone
- Those who already have a digital camera which much better pic resWhy did I give the phone up?
I didn't like the look at all. In all honestly its a perfect functioning phone, and its Nokia, easy to use navigation and if you're already a Nokia user throw out the manual!!! The shortbut keys are so helpful, it's just a easy using phone but all this technology built by Nokia and so ugly looking. It's wrapped in a cheap plastic cover, you can change the 'covers' is what's advertised but its actually this thing paper/cover that you put inside the cheap plastic to give difference looks, the outside is all the same. It's a very long phone too, not too heavy though but loooooooooong, I think about 4 1/2inches, most cell phones are 3inches now in height and flip phones are half that. Its sort of transparent on the side with a sort of matte plastic, doesn't look good, and has a hideous plastic orange button for on/off or switching profiles.Honestly, go see it in person before you buy it, if you don't mind the looks, GET IT RIGHT AWAY because it can do more than you'll ever need! Hope it helps, wish someone wrote the same kind of review when I was buying :DOne last thing, people before you complain about dropped calls on this and ANY cell phone, PLEASE UNDERSTAND this has to do with your carrier and NOT the phone!!! I switched from T-Mobile to AT&T, went from OK reception to EXCELLENT reception. No dropped calls, get reception EVERYWHERE! Live in CA, works all around NoCal & SoCal, Nevada and Arizona!
Product features:
Nokia 3200 features a camera and great style
Unique features include FM radio and a flashlight
Large LCD color display with 128x128 pixels
Comes with a clear shell to show cut-out covers
Key features include speakerphone, Java, MMS, and an enhanced Series 40 interface

Product: Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 3/5
Motorola i730 Phone (Nextel)
Not a bad phone, but the cheaper model gets better signal.

I don't own this phone. I own the cheaper Motorola (Nextel) i710. I have many friends who own this phone though, although a few of them have since "downgraded" to the i710.

The main reason I chose the i710 over this i730 was signal strength. the i710 consistently gets better signal the the i730 no matter which of my friends phones I compare it too. All my friends are on the same wireless plan from Nextel as I am, so I know its not service, it is definitely the phones.

I can have full bars on my phone (5 including the little antennae icon) and my friends phone held right next to mine will have 2 or 3 bars. My phone gets signal in places their phones are "Out of Service."

Now you might say that maybe my friend just has a dud phone. Well I have 4 friends who have the i730, 5 friends with the i710 and one with the i860, all from Nextel, and the i710's always have better signal compared to the i730's. The i860 gets as good a signal as the i710 (but its significantly more expensive too).

I am not sure why two phones based on the same hardware and software have such drastic differences in signal. The only thing I can think of is some hardware added to give the i730 an external screen somehow interferes with the antennae hardware somehow.

Other than signal strength compared to the cheaper and basically identical (except for external screen) i710, the i730 is a pretty good phone. Lots of features, solid and durable construction and good battery life. For me signal was more important that a silver case an an external screen but if you like those things the i730 is a decent phone to use.
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 1221 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 1221 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Good deal for your money

For the price, this phone is a great deal. You get free voicemail, plus, it comes with caller id, some games, and lets you text message your friends(even ones on AIM!). If you don't plan on using a cellpone very often, then this is the one for you. I definitely recommend it! I've had it for a few months so far, and it's been real good.

If you'd like some tips on how to get the most out of your phone, and how to save minutes, you can email me. Also, if you are interested in buying a tracfone or have recently purchased one but not activated it, email me and I will refer you - which gives 100 FREE minutes for both of us.
Product features:
Features FREE Voicemail, Caller-ID and Call Waiting
Phone book stores up to 200 names and numbers and/or email addresses
Easy to use with one-touch dialing.
Three great games included
Includes handset, wall charger and user documentation.

Product: Kyocera K9 Prepaid Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: KYOCERA
Rating: 3/5
Kyocera K9 Prepaid Phone (Virgin Mobile)
pretty good

i like this phone because of its voice qualities and the nice flashlight but it still needs more features overall it is a pretty good phone.
Product features:
Dazzling blue backlighting
Palm-friendly size and shape
2-way text messaging
Download actual song clips
Built-in flashlight and 3 pre-loaded games

Product: Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 1/5
Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
The phone is nice but AT&T service is bad

AT&T wireless as a company is not prepare to service any customer. Please try their customer support line before ordering the phone. You will be on hold for hours and at the same time the department that handles your number porting is different from the ordering derpartment which is also different from normal customer service. If there is any issue, there is no single point of help so you will end up waiting hours on hold.The phone is nice but don't get the service from AT&T. The provider is bad.
Product features:
The T616 features a high-resolution screen with 65,536 colors
Comes with MMS, which allows you to compose your messages using images, sounds and text
Supports the Java and Mophun platforms, making the widest range of mobile games and applications available for you to download
Supporting Bluetooth, infrared and cable, the T616 is fully compatible with any computer. Your phone books and calendars will stay synchronized and updated
With a built-in camera and QuickShare software, you take pictures and store them on your computer or send them to friends all in a few simple steps

Product: Motorola V220 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Cingular
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V220 Phone (Cingular)
Terrible phone, bad service

I've had this phone for less than two months and it is completely dead. Friday morning I turned it off before going to work and nothing happened when I attempted to turn it at lunch. Went to the store and they put a new battery in it and it is still dead. Still under warranty, but I have to wait a week for them to mail me a new phone because despite there being a Cingular store on every corner, you can't exchange the phone at one of these stores. As much as people use their phones, this seems absurd. I wish I'd never "upgraded" to this phone and to Cingular. I had my very basic Nokia 3300 for three years with AT&T and it may not have all the "fancy" features this has... but it WORKED. Besides, even when this phone was working, the menu is a hassle, I have to hit three or four buttons just to get to my list of names. With my old phone, it was one button, scroll down, hit send, call made. There is something to be said for simplicity.
Product features:
Stylish and ultralight VGA (640x480) camera phone with built-in speakerphone
Features hyptics vibration and fun lights
Java 2.0 capable and voice dialing ready right out of the box
Downloadable themes, wallpapers and ringtones
Includes phone and travel charger

Product: Motorola T722i Phone with Camera Attachment (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola T722i Phone with Camera Attachment (T-Mobile)
Great phone

This phone is pretty good compared to others. My girlfriend has a Samsung V205 and it doesnt seem to be much better. The keypad [is weak] for dialing and the battery life is awful. But the T722i is different. Sure sometimes it can be a little slow when you press a button but thats not a big problem. The T722i has great battery life... with up to 2 hours talk time a day the battery lasted about three days without charge.(The Samsung V205 cannot compare). The features are nice. With tmobile the tzones internet is not bad. The camera attachment can be better. It does need a lot of light but even then it does not give great resolution at all.
Overall I am satisfied with this phone. T-Mobile is great. No problems with their network whatsoever.
Product features:
Large color screen supports up to 4096 colors (120x160 pixels)
Synchronize your Phonebook, Calendar and To-Do List
Email Text and Picture Messages
Voice Dialing, Recording, and Commands
Phone supports wireless Internet and Java downloads

Product: LG C1300i Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: LG
Rating: 1/5
LG C1300i Phone (Cingular)
Horrible Reception

This phone is the worst and most expensive phone I have ever owned (I got it before it was free). It has horrible reception and it drops calls left and right especially in areas of higher density. The clarity of almost all my calls is incredibly bad. It scrathes very easily. Vibrate only works on the loudest ring or no ring (nothing's wrong with it, that's just the way the phone is) and the ring tones are very hard to hear unless you pick one of the loud annoying ones. It doesn't tell me when I have voicemail messages. Voicemail doesn't work half the time. There's no voice recorder or loud speaker. You can't see the screen in the sunlight. Speed dial is a pain because you can't press the number then the call button, you HAVE to hold the key down, which doesn't sound like much, but if you've had a phone that worked differently, it's annoying. There's no snooze on the alarm. The sim card takes forever to load when you turn on the phone. The battery life is so short if you talk a lot (Four hours talk time). I'm a college student and my phone is my main source of calls and I have to charge this phone almost every day and I have to take the phone charger with me even if I'm gone just for the weekend. I'm very unhappy with this phone. I wouldn't even get an LG again.
Product features:
65k color display, a 40-tone polyphonic speaker and sophisticated styling in a small clamshell form-factor.
Mobile Instant Messaging using AOL® Instant Messenger
Downloadable Polyphonic/Super Tone/Full-Audio Ringtones, Graphics & Games
Calendar with monthly/daily views, calculator, alarm clock and note pad
Includes phone, charger and user documentation

Product: PCS Phone Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint)
Great phone, Great features, but ...

I bought this phone two weeks ago. It is very nice as a phone - compact, light, with enough volume in the headset so I can hear it with the car top down (but not at 80 mph!). The keyboard is logical and lightly backlit. All the set up and control functions can be accessed at the press of a button.

It has lots of really nice features. The 1.8" screen is bright and colorful, with good resolution. It has a built in camera which takes fairly good pictures which you can use as your screen's background. You can also e-mail and upload the pictures if you pay for the service. The battery lasts forever. The phone has PCS web access. You can also download games and programs to make the phone more functional. It has a built in calculator. You can use it as a modem if you purchase a USB cable and software (which Sprint no longer provides). You can upload the pictures to Sprint's web cite and then e-mail them. The pictures you take or d/l can be displayed as four to a screen thumbnails.

So, what's the catch? "Sprint" charges for everything. And the contract is for two years. You can upload pictures, backgrounds, ringers and software from your computer -- if you buy for the cable and software, which Sprint no longer supplies, but I can't find software to d/l my pictures directly to the computer. (The cable and software can be purchased separately, but not together! There are three sets of software -- again each sold separately!) If you want access to your pictures, you have to upload them to Sprint's web cite, and then download. Sprint charges for this service. I bought a USB cable to try to use the phone as a modem. I used it for a very short period, and had my phone turned off the next day because I ran up a bill of $80.00. In some ways, it is kind of offensive. At least they reversed the charge because I had two months free trial!

10/30/04 -- As an update, I have now had the phone for almost a year. I continue to be happy with it, although I think I might like one with a speakerphone built in. The battery has held up and continues to last for days. In addition, I have found that Sprint's coverage in Los Angeles and Orange County areas is very good, and I lose reception much less than I did with AT&T.
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

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