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Product: Sony Ericsson Z500a Star Wars Edition Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Cingular
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson Z500a Star Wars Edition Phone (Cingular)
ideal for me

When i first looked up this phone i was crazy about it,it was hard making the decision to get it,bcos the negative review was whip lashing....but when u gotta have sumthin you just gotta have didnt cost me anything i got it for free from cingular since i was migrating from att wireless,the cingular CS is deplorable,i was so dissappointed why the hell did att sell?huh can someone tell me.....anyways im not here to talk about cingular,but to review my phone,ive had for for a month now and i absolutely love it,im actually editing my review from when i just had it for a week,wasnt so crazy about it then but now i just cant do without it:
at first i had a big issue with the battery life,thot you cant really use all the functions without the battery going dead in about 2hrs,but now i figured you have to charge the phone consistently till it gains its full limit,now i've had it for a month,the battery life is okay for me,than when i 1st got it.

i still stick with the ringtones being a joke,thats very selfish of cingular they use that as an avenue to get people to download songs while charging $2 dolls for it,well ive got news for them.....u dont have to do that people,the phone has a recorder so usually i just play songs from my computer on my mp3 list and hold the phone against my pc speakers,its records the songs exactly and then i can listen to them on my phone and also use as my ringtones,so stop throwing money to cingular,they already charge us enuff.

The mp3 player on this phone is utterly meaningless,i mean how many songs can u possibly get on it,besides it runs ths battery too,so forget it.

I hate that the phone automatically picks a call when u open it,i dont like been restricted to looking at that outer screen when someones calling,i mean i can barely make out the no#

Apart from those i like the phone i mean c'monnnnnnnnnnnn its a phone not some gizmo 3rd generation invention,i think the camera is very okay fair enuff,i like it,still its usuable,it gives u a lot to play with as well,like picture effects,frames u know all that.
i love the speaker,the volume is just right,the buttons are not as bad as they say it is,its actually okay,honestly!!
assigning of pics is cool,i see my husbands face pop up when he calls me ........,the dj stuff is another fun thing to do,when reading the reviews,the negative ones 4get to mention the cool things the phone has.
the outer body is not exactly flattering but you can order stylish covers fron sony ericcsson and dats exactly what i did now i change my covers to suit my mood,it gives the phone a whole new look,its refreshing.

the picture and video are okay for a phone,and the screen is really okay,how big do u want it...puhleezzzeee,i think its aight.

the sunlight thingy is true though,you cant really see the screen,but if u choose a darker theme and shade the screen,it shouldnt be so bad,IMPROVISE PEOPLE.
In all i just love a phone i can have fun with and my Z500a,is one i most certainly do have fun with,the size is okay it fits my palm good,and it doesnt look cheap,so if you get that from anyone tell them to wait till the get inside!!!!
In all its very durable and i know its something u'll enjoy

Product features:
Special Star Wars edition includes ring tones, graphics and interactive software from Star Wars Episode III - "Revenge of the Sith"
Integrated VGA still and video camera with zoom and brightness control
Video and picture Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) capable, Mobile Instant Messaging using AOL® Instant MessengerTM
Polyphonic speaker and downloadable ringtones, supertones, and full-audio (MP3) ringtones
High-resolution, full-color display (65k internal display and 4K external display)

Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 3/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Sony T610 vs Nokia 3650

I got a Sony T610, a month ago from Amazon. Prior to that I had Nokia 3650.

Here is a comparison of the two phones:

1. Reception ... Sony is definately better (when compared with the same service provider)
2. Usability ... 3650 is much better (nothing beats the nokia menu when it comes to ease of use, its intutive and complete, sony is cryptic and incomplete)
3. Size ... no argument here, the small and sleek T610 is better ... though the 3650 is not as big as it looks i.e. when using it, it fits comfortably in ur pocket/purse
4. Features ...
a. Infra red, blue tooth are there on both and are just as good
b. The camera picture quality is better in the 3650. Initially i was of the opinion that camera was more of a fancy addendum ... but after having a camera phone i am never going back
c. The 3650 is a web enabled phone i.e you can browse the net using this phone (not there in T610) ... though i rarely used this feature

To sum it up, both phones have their pros and cons ... decide what factors are important to you and see which phone provides them better ... hope this helps!
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 6800 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 6800 Phone (T-Mobile)
A smart phone if you use it smartly

I have used this phone almost 3 months.
1 Very easy to write short message
2 with a cable (about $12) you can download any picture and midi music and personalize it.
3 Very useful speakerphone, so even you don't carry earphone you still could be handfree when you drive
4 FM radio is good feature because when I ride my bicycle and don't want miss any call, I could listen radio instead of carrying my MP3 player.
5 the best point is, I could connect it to my Zire 72 by infradred port, then I could dial-up go online without internet plan. Very good. I can online and check email at anywhere in T-mobile service area, no extra charge, only use your minutes.
6 with a small adapter ($3 in wal-mart), could use my regular #2.5mm earphone which I bought before for my Samsung phone. So I don't have to buy those "special earphone" in ridiculous price.

Bad point:
1 no bluetooth but I don't care, (a adapter about $49 could let it have bluetooth actually).
2 If I turn volume a little loud, the phone has some noise which makes my ear very uncomfortable. So most time I use earphone or talk with speakerphone.

For the price and excellent performance, definitely suggest if you don't care about bluetooth
Product features:
Unique 2-in-1 concept with integrated full keyboard
Supports concatenated (long) SMS/MMS/ POP/IMAP email, and instant messaging
128x128 color display
Manage contacts, calendar and to-do list with reminders
Includes phone and travel charger

Product: Nokia 3220 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 2/5
Nokia 3220 Phone (T-Mobile)
Nice but not practical

This is my third cell phone. First time with t-mobile and first non flip phone. As soon as I got the phone I put the black cover on it. It looks a lot better, but it still looks kiddish. After using this phone, I would prefer a flip phone. Since it's easy to press buttons in your pocket, I have the lock feature on. So every time I need to make a call, I have to press the menu button then star. This gets quite annoying since its easy to miss the menu button. This phone is nice but it just may not cut it some.

PRO: Good reception, durable.
CON: Feminine or kiddish looking phone.
Navgating the phone is hard.
The middle menu button is almost impossible to press
correctly with out hitting another key.
Phone may be too small for some.

Product features:
Customize your handset how ever you want - create your own cut-out back cover, or download a cut-out cover and print it out on your PC
Assign different light patterns/ring tones to your favorite caller groups and your handset lights up in tune with your polyphonic ring tones
128 x 128 pixel high-resolution color displays up to 65,536 colors with 640 x 480 pixel camera and VGA camera
Attach a photo to a contact in your in your phone book to see who is calling you
Stay in touch even when you can't talk with AOL Instant Messenger or Yahoo Messenger

Product: PCS Phone LG PM-325 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: LGIC
Rating: 1/5
PCS Phone LG PM-325 (Sprint)
Worst phone EVER

I thought is was so cool when I ask for it for Christmas, what a mistake! It is too small for big hands, the sound is low, no speakerphone, the buttons are so touchy it takes forever to navigate the menus. Sometimes the buttons work, sometimes they don't, and I have had it 6 months! The Bluetooth is worthless on this phone. My old phone worked well at my office, now I am "roaming" there with this phone.

DO NOT TRUST REBATES FROM SPRINT! This is the second phone they have failed to honor my rebate, even when I save copies of everything, they keep denying it for silly reasons. Besides, Sprint service is so bad these days.
Product features:
Bluetooth® enabled camera phone with sliding keypad
Vibrant 65,536-color LCD screen
Integrated CMOS Digital Camera
Side Button Triggers Voice-Activated Dialing and Memo Recording
Unobtrusive Internal Antenna

Product: Audiovox 8500 Vox Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virutex
Rating: 2/5
Audiovox 8500 Vox Phone (Virgin Mobile)
would be great if it was reliable

I switched to Virgin Mobile from Tracfone because it was cheaper and I could buy this phone (that would actually fit into my purse). Unfortunately, I was unable to get a signal inside my office, so incoming calls that I wanted to receive got pushed to voicemail. I don't know if that's because of the phone or the Virgin Mobile service. I also had to leave my building to check how many minutes are left (since unlike Tracfone they aren't displayed on the phone itself). As soon as you leave the coverage area, the phone stops working (unlike my tracfone, which still gets a signal 3-1/2 hours from the border) - not that I held this against this phone. The menus are annoying -> it's way too much hassle to call someone in your phonebook. I wound up switching back to Tracfone and my huge klunky Nokia because of the poor signal.
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: Power Glow Blue Car Charger for Samsung A310,X426,427,A530,A650,P710,A770
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Xcite
Rating: 3/5
Power Glow Blue Car Charger for Samsung A310,X426,427,A530,A650,P710,A770

this item is in the same page that comes with samsung E105.however is it compatible with this phone or not,cos i can`t see that if it is ok for use with this this one
Product features:
Fully charges a standard battery in one hour or less
Safely charges all wireless phone chemistries
Flexible 9 foot plus polyurethane coiled cord with 24 AWG wires to insure maximun product life and charging current
Variable rate charger will rapid charge the battery without overheating
High performance gold plated electrical contacts provide best charging and long life

Product: Motorola C650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Motorola C650 Phone (T-Mobile)
good phone

For the price, this is a good phone. I usually have a good signal. Even in locations where Tmobile does not have a much reception, I sometimes have a bar.

The camera is good for a phone. Other multimedia features are limited by lack of a USB cable and Motorolla software ($40+). You cannot back up your phonebook unless you have one of these cables. There is no voice-recorder feature.

As others have mentioned, some ringtones are too quiet to be heard in busy environments; just check to make sure you aren't missing calls if you decide to change your ringtone. Some ringtones are adequate, and you can download others or create your own using the software and cable.

Office features are okay. There is a very basic calendar. There is noplace to store addresses or random notes.

The screen does have visibility issues others have mentioned below, but those haven't bothered me that much.

Menu system is good, but some tasks (like viewing missed calls and messages) are cumbersome.
Product features:
VGA (640x480) camera with 4x zoom
MP3 audio and MPEG4 video playback
Vivid 65,000-color CSTN screen
MMS and photo messaging
Mini-USB port

Product: HP iPAQ h6315 PDA Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: CE
Manufacturer: VoiceStream
Rating: 1/5
HP iPAQ h6315 PDA Phone (T-Mobile)
Very poor cell phone

Please note that this is about HP6315 as a cell phone from T-Mobile. It is okay as a PDA but it will make you miss your old cell phone. I, regularly, experience line drops. It does not roam well at all that when you are moving in a vehicle, it is most likely that you will not have a good cell phone service. It is very slow to find a tower to connect. Since it consumes considerable amount of power, it goes to standby mode quickly and then, when you power it up, it is very slow to get signals. Its rather bulky antenna is not doing much good since it does not have strong reception at all. T-Mobile sent field tech several times to check for signal strength in certain locations where my 6315 is weak and they say that their signal is fine.
I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND AS A PHONE FOLKS! ...but it can be usefull in many other ways, of course.
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: Samsung p735 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Samsung p735 Phone (T-Mobile)
This phone is really de bomb ~^^

This is awsome I just got it and it is really cool. The camera is amazing you would swear it wasn't a phone picture. The mp3 looks cool though it is hard to link it to the com unless you have a port for that kind of memory card. This phone is sooooooooooooo hot defenatly worth it!!!
Product features:
Unique Swivel Design
Built-In MP3 player and 3D Graphics
Built-in Megapixel Camera w/ CIF Video Capability
64MB internal memory plus 32MB removeable RS-MMC Card
Includes phone and travel charger

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