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Product: Motorola V710 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V710 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
great PHONE


Generally I don't do reviews but I thought this phone was getting an unjust bad reputation. My last phone was an Samsung N400 on sprint and it was bad.. battery died in a day and lots of dropped calls. So my my criteria were good battery life, great reception and speakerphone. Basically i wanted a good phone that would always be available to use. It has excelled in all areas. 0 dropped calls, have yet to have 0 bars, battery can go several days without a charge and the speaker phone is the best i've ever seen.

Pros
Signal strength
Great sound quality
Superior speaker phone
Good battery
Nice LCDs and over all good looks

Cons
keypad leaves much to be desired, but i'm getting used to it
camera is so-so at best
bluetooth - no intention of using it so i wish i could have saved some cash and got one without it
Product features:
Integrated 1.2 megapixel camera, video capture and playback
Integrated MP3 player
Integrated Bluetooth for hands-free, eyes-free talking
Integrated speakerphone
Buit-in 10 MB memory and SD-compatible removable memory slot




Product: Nokia 6560 Phone (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 6560 Phone (AT&T)
Not Nokia's best, but not their worst either


As a Suncom subscriber, I find this phone to be a great color ombile phone. One of the best things about it is it's compact size and incredibly light weight. Even at such a small size, it's easy to press the buttons and make calls. It very rarely drops or gievs me static. A lot of people are giving it bad reviews and complaining about the lack of software for transferring their contacts. This has nothing to do with the phone, but rather their service provider, and shouldn't reflect in a review for the quality of the phone. Suncom/ AT&T do not allow use of downloadable ring tones or the Nokia PC Suite software, so if you have a plan with them, you'll have to transfer all of your contacts manually, and do this again when you get a new phone. A couple of flaws I've noticed with my phone, is that it has no headset connection. Instead, it comes with a "speakerphone," that allows you to press a button and route sound to a built in speakerphone. When I heard about this, I thought it would be great for using in the car. I could just lay the phone on the seat next to me and talk without holding it. However, the speakerphone is pretty much worthless. Whenever I use it, it acts more like a walkie talkie, because the quality of sound is too poor to hear people, and the microphone is so weak that no one you talk to will be able to understand you unless the phone is a few inches from your mouth. Forget about laying the phone down in your car or on your desk and talking.Another downside is the incredibly crummy ring tones this phone comes with. There is not a single normal sounding ring tone. you can't set your phone to a default "ring ring." Literally every single ring tone is some kind of wierd futuristic song. With the exception of the Nokia tune, none of these songs are common songs like the William Tell overture or Beethoven's 5th. They're all wierd songs that sound like noises that should be coming out of a robot. If you wear a suit to work, you probably want to set your phone on vibrate to avoid the stairs of your co-workers when someone calls you and your phone starts playing "Electric Eel" or "Futuristico." The other problem is that half of these tones start out softly or very slowly, so they're not very practical as ring tones. By the time the melody of the song starts and gets loud the person wil have hung up.Lastly, the power-off button on the phone is almost impossible to use. I don't ever cut off my phone so it's not really a problem, but if you like to a lot, make sureyou have long fingernails. This is great for me because it prevents my phone from acidentally cutting off, but when I do need to use it, I actually have to use a letter opener or my keys to depress the button and activate it.Despite these design flaws, I really am very satisifed with this phone and won't mind using it for another year until my contract is up. If you are a Suncom or AT&T customer and are currently thinking of a new phone, I would recommend upgrading to one of the better models that both of these plans now offer so you can get something that can use the Nokia PC Suite.
Product features:
The world's smallest TDMA phone with a color display
Nokia 6560 color display features 128x128 pixels
Phonebook carries up to 500 contacts
Comes with speakerphone and voice dialing
Features a Java and xHTML browser




Product: Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 4/5
Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Best BT headset I've ever owned!


I bought this headset after having a Nokia HDW-2 headset for about a year, before its battery went south.

Did my research, thought this one was the best of the lot.

Found out I was nearly right. This is *much* better than the HDW-2. Very little static, doesn't drop calls. Haven't found the limits of the battery (yet), and I've used it in standby mode for nearly 8 hours straight. Works well with the Nokia 3650, including the voice dialing.

My talk times are not that long, so I haven't stressed the talk limits yet.

As to cons, the only con I've found so far is with fit. The smaller earpiece of those supplied still irritates my ear after a few hours of wearing (on the right ear). Wearing it on the left ear doesn't seem to get as raw, but the piece doesn't fit as well (yes, I've turned the ear-bead the correct way!). However, I take the piece off for a few minutes rest and I'm back in business. Or I move it to the left side for a while.

Only other drawback is that I have to turn the Bt250 off before I can use my Bluetooth on my Palm Pilot with the phone. I guess its only one bluetooth device at a time.

Charging is easy. Pairing with my Nokia 3650 was a snap.

Is it a toy? Yes, like all technology that doesn't keep you alive, its a toy.

If you want a wireless headset, I think this is the one for the moment.
Product features:
Wireless, cord free, lightweight Bluetooth headset offers best design and performance
Works up to 33 feet away from phone, 8 hour talk time, 240-hour/10-day standby time
Comfortable secure fit, superior audio quality, weighs less than 1 ounce
Multi-function button - Supports voice-activated dialing and answer/end commands in most phones
Works in either ear, two size MiniGels (standard and small) included for superior sound clarity




Product: Audiovox SMT5600 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Audiovox SMT5600 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Best phone ever!


This is my very first smartphone, and I absolutely love it. Most important that it runs .Net Compact Framework and I can develop and run my very own mobile software using C#.

SMT5600 has one of the very best, biggest and brightest screens I've seen, the built-in VGA camera delivers color-intense shots, and you can expand the built-in memory by adding inexpensive Mini SD cards.

Reception is also great, way better than on my T-Mobile T610. Voice quilty is awesome. MP3 ringtones are not bad either... Just stick them under /Storage/Application Data/Sounds

For this price, SMT5600 is a steal.
Product features:
World's smallest Windows Mobile Smartphone
Call, email, text message or instant message - all from one integrated phone
Email, contacts and calendar sync seamlessly with your PC
Built-In CMOS VGA Camera with Camcorder
Built-In Bluetooth and Speakerphone




Product: Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia 6600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Good things balances the bad


I bought 2 of these Nokia 6600 phones recently, thru the amazon market place. Initially these phones were fun to play with some of the cool features like the speaker phone, web browser and ofcourse the built in camera. So on the whole, let me summarize the good and bad things about this phone, instead of writing a long review.
The good:
1) Large LCD screen, colorful display, good resolution.
2) Nice features, like web browser, camera, video recorder, speaker phone (very usefully), clear voice reception.
3) Joy stick for eazy navigation, 35Mb memory card to store the pictures and stuff.

Now the bad:
1) As usual, battery power not sufficient for daily usuage. The battery power discharges rapidly especially on using the web browser.
2) Phone is awfully slow. Sometimes when you press buttons, the menu appears after a second or two.
3) Phone is kinda heavy, but small in size. Looks big in the display ads though.
4) Buttons are quite small and is really a pain exp if one is fond of text messaging. There will be much erasing of text as, one would tend to type something instead of the actual letters.
5) Video recorder is of no use and one cannot record something useful in 10 seconds and it takes a while to send the same through the "Free picture and video messaging" offered by service provider.
So my review should defintely give you an idea about this phone. The bottom line is "Phone is cool one - only for the moment, as its the latest phone in the market and has all the new features, but this will soon be displaced by upcoming newer phones".

Product features:
Tri-band GSM phone with built-in Bluetooth
Video recorder and RealOne Player
Supports POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP-based email clients
640 x 480 VGA camera with 2x digital zoom
Sending images, video, text and voice clip as MMS




Product: NEC 525 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
NEC 525 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Awesome phone!


First of all, the phone is loud enough. I even had to lower the volume several times while talking on the phone. It's an awesome phone once you get acquainted with it. It's got beautiful resolution for a mobile phone and the games are so much fun! I've never seen a java capable phone before with such fast response and great game quality. NEC even provides free downloads for games and free polyphonic tones (visit www.nechdm.com if you want to check it out) also check out www.3gupload.com for a small donation you can make as many downloads as you want. Now the camera is not very good in dim lighting, but in daytime it's fine. Of course I was not buying a digital camera but a phone. It doesn't have 1-touch dialing, but you can use voice tags to go to your address book entry. You can assign polyphonic ringtones to certain callers, and you can even assign which color you want the LED light to blink. (For example red for girls and blue for boys) and of course, photo caller-id is enabled. It's really a matter of just getting yourself acquainted with the phone then I'm sure you would like it.
Product features:
NEC 525 comes with a secondary color display and camera
Large main color display with 162x216 pixels (65,536 colors)
Phone supports WML, cHTML (i-Mode), and xHTML (WAP 2.0) wireless Internet
Quad-band GSM world phone is one of the first capable of roaming on virtually all GSM networks in the US and abroad
Comes with polyphonic ringers and other customizable features




Product: Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 3/5
Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Limited bells/whistles but excellent Bluetooth capabilities


I agree with many of the other reviewers, that the volume is set too low, and that the phone does not come with tons of features as a Nokia or Sony phone. But as a user familiar with other Motorola phones, the interface is very easy to master. What I most use this phone for is to be able to access the internet with my pda. Of course you need to suscribe to T-mobile unlimited data service first, but the cabability of my pda to connect to the phone via Bluetooth is great. Now check coverage map first before you decide that T-mobile is for you, but as for me with the cheapest voice plan + $20 unlimited data plan, it rocks.
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: Motorola HS820 Bluetooth Headset - Hematite Gray
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola HS820 Bluetooth Headset - Hematite Gray
bluetooth headset


I got it for my motorola v551, read vv551 manual to figure out how to turn bluetooth on and to accept another device, when setting up headset you have to hold down button about 10 seconds for the light to turn on continuously the phone will then read and recognize it. when you turn th headset on the light will blink 3-4 times, you will see the bluetooth icon on your phone. works good when some parts of your home have poor reception I put the phone where I get good reception and walk around with the headset. you can keep the phone in your purse, keep the headset on (remember no wires) the phone will ring, you then tap the button onthe headset to answer the phone. I was talking on it in the grocery store yeasterday with my phone in my purse and people thought I was talking to myself, the only downside
Product features:
Simply turn the headset on, place it on your ear and a Bluetooth® link is automatically established
The multifunction button allows you to place, receive or end calls, all with the push of a button!
With Bluetooth wireless technology, devices work together even up to 10 meters (30 feet) away.
The overall compact size and lightweight (less than 20g) allows for easy storage when not in use
Lengthy talk and standby times include up to 6 hours of talk time or 100 hours of standby time from a single full charge




Product: PCS Phone Hitachi P300 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Hitachi P300 (Sprint)
Reliable phone


This model is old now, but if anyone is still thinking about getting it, it is a good phone. This phone is known for good reception. The sound quality during conversations is excellent--very natural and about as good as a landline.

There are some very advanced features that I never got into. The advanced features aren't very intuitive, but if you like using your brain to figure out technical stuff, these features could be fun to figure out and use(sortof like a puzzle). One downside is that the color screen is not as rich as new sprint models.

I had the phone for over 1.5 years and just recently got a Samsung because I wanted a clamshell. I am somewhat regretful as the sound quality on the Samsung is noticable inferior to the Hitachi. I think the best thing about this phone is how it functions as a PHONE (i.e. clarity/reception).

Product features:
Color display for enhanced Web-surfing, game playing and more
Caller, ringer, and picture id
Phone book with up to 200 entries, each storing 5 numbers for a total of 1000 entries
3.5 hours of continuous talk time or up to 10 days of standby time
Includes battery, charger and user documentation




Product: Siemens SL56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Siemens SL56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Great Phone, few complaints...


The SL56 made by Siemens is a great phone. It weighs less than 3 ounces, has a great design (slider), a capable speakerphone which is very convenient while driving. The best thing about the phone is that it can make and receive calls withOUT opening the slider. You can also access any menu option, your phonebook and the voice activation all without opening the slider.I won't go too deep into features because you can get that from any website. You can download ringers and pictures. It has a vibration function - you can set call groups, picture caller IDs, voice activation. I beamed all the contacts from my IPAQ via the infrared port - the phonebook is extensive as it stores not just numbers, but addresses, emails, birthdays, and groups. It has calculator, to do list, appt calendar, alarm clock. Honestly, for a phone this small, it packs a nice nice feature set. I didn't even list them all here.Conceptually and from a design point of view, this phone is flawless. Undoubtedly, you will get many comments on this phone because of the unique design. As for me, I love the light weight of the phone. You can't even feel it in your pocket, it's that thin and light.Service is excellent in the Northern VA area that I live in. This phone understates signal strength. One of two bars on this phone still receives and makes calls perfectly while one or two bars on my old Samsung s105 (TMobile) was call-drop city! The call quality and volume both are great.Now for my complaints that kept this from being a 5 star phone:1) Only 4096 colors - you won't see any high quality pictures or wallpapers. Just simple stuff.2) Keypad too small/cheap - the keypad is very small. If you have large fingers you may have problems and while the base of the phone feels sturdy when the slider is closed, when open the keypad part of it feels a little plasticy and cheap.3) Menu navigation clunky - the menu navigation is not as intuitive as other phones. I feel like I'm pressing alot of buttons to reach the feature set and there is a slight delay in accessing the phonebook (maybe 1/2 sec - 1 sec).Overall, this is still a revolutionary, great phone. If size matters to you (small that is) - you won't find a more light-weight phone with these features (speakerphone is awesome!) and call quality. And to top that off - it's a nice nice looking phone.
Product features:
SL56 features the new innovative and stylish sliding design
Comes with 4,096 color display
Multiple themes and backgrounds for custom displays
Supports Internet browsing and text messaging
Equipped with integrated speakerphone




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