Gsm mobile phone related reviews


Product: Motorola V220 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Cingular
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V220 Phone (Cingular)
ideal for me


i think this phone is really great,its sleek and compact,just the way i want my phone to be,it serves all my needs,im not really a phone person but my wife got this for me,a change from my samsung x427,however she went thru a lot with cingular customer service,i think they have the worst CS ever,they where totally cluless about how to migrate us from att to cingular,they advertise phones and dont have them in stock,it just sits down there on back order and nothin is done,the retail stores r not a great help to,one guy just gave us an extension and told us to call cingular CS and sort the matter with them,imagine AT A RETAIL STORE,i had just about given up but my wife was very persistent,after been on the phone for 6 days none stop,eventually some nice gurl,about the only person in cingular who knows wats shes doing,finally helped us out,and shipped out the phones,it was tasking believe me,but well here i am now with my phone,sometimes i think was it really worth it? well looking at it now i can say YEP!!!!
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: Siemens S56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 1/5
Siemens S56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
THIS PHONE IS BAD!!!!!!


Do yourself a big favor, don't let the slick look and many gadgets fool you. I have had three of these phones. The only reason I had three is due to the fact that when I bought it at "Best Buy" I got a buyer protection warranty. THANK GOD! I have never had so many dropped calls....EVER. I had the same problem as discribed by the woman in Oakland, Try to answer the phone and the phone sends the call to voice mail. Set a ring tone, it might stay for a few rings, then the phone goes back to the default ring. Not a good buy. Stay away from this one.
Product features:
256-Color Graphic Display
250 Contact Phone Book
Bluetooth and Data Cable Connectivity
Downloadable Java Games and Applications
Equipped with Text Messaging and Internet (WAP) Functionality




Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 3/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Looks cook, but somewhat couterintuitive usability...


My review focuses on the ease of use of this phone's features. I'll begin with the negatives aspects first:CONS
- Unable to display your own phone number or customized message on the main screen at all times.
- Pressing either side scroll buttons displays the phone's status (date, profile, model, and own mobile #). These buttons would serve a better purpose if, for instance, they could change the ring volume. Instead you have to go through 3 or 4 menu steps just to change the volume.
- Outdated firmware causes the phone to crash or lock up sometimes. Don't be surprised if you have to slide the back open and pop out the battery to do a hard reboot. Doesn't happen very often, but it does happen, and this is unacceptable when most phones NEVER crash.
- Increasing ringtones - there is an option to disable this, but it doesn't function. It will always start off quiet for the first two seconds, then get louder.
- Every time you get a voicemail, you also get a text message in your inbox. The text message basically says, "you have 1 new voicemail, dial 123 to retrieve". You can select the "123" in the message and choose to listen to your voicemail. However, when you do this, the text message doesn't get automatically deleted. You have to manually go to your inbox and delete the messages you don't want to keep. Now imagine getting 10 or 20 voicemails... that's 10 or 20 text messages cluttering up your inbox.
- Call log entries are displayed on 1 line. First the name is shown, then after three seconds, the phone number replaces the name, then after another two seconds the time (if today) or date (if past date) replaces the time/date. So it basically takes about 5 seconds to see all the info for one missed/incoming/outgoing call. There's no way to show this info faster by scrolling through it manually, and no way to see all the info at once by selecting the call entry.
- If you want to record a quick voice memo for yourself, and you select the Voice Notes to record it, it gets stored in a very unconventional manner. To play back the memo, you have to now go to the Messaging->Picture->Unsent menu path. A better way to store a voice memo is to go to Pictures & Sounds->Record Sound. Then the memo will be placed under My Sounds. For some reason, the sound quality is also better using the latter method.
- You are allowed to customize only one direction of the joystick, which is left. Pressing up on the joystick takes you to the last entry of your phonebook. Pressing down takes you to the first entry of your phonebook. Pressing right takes you to the icon selection screen where you see 4 rows of 3 icons representing (from upper left to lower right): Voice Notes, t-zones, My Shortcuts, Camera, Phonebook, Entertainment, Pictures & Sounds, Messaging, Calls, Connectivity, Organizer, Settings.PROS
- Bluetooth is a cinch to set up. Got connected to my PowerBook and Jabra headset in less than 10 minutes. Easy to transfer files to/from the phone.
- RF reception is not as bad as many people make it out to be. If another tmobile user was standing next to me using a different phone, and they were getting clear connections, so was I. If they were getting bad connections, so was I. We tested this in various locations, even in fringe areas where we got 1 or zero bars on the signal meter. Signal strength was more attributeable to the network and not so much the phone.
- Easy to snap a picture. Press a button on the left side to go into camera mode, then press the same button or the joystick or the Capture menu selection to take the picture. After, you're given the option to discard it or send it to someone. Or if you just want to save it for viewing later, press the exit button and it will ask if you want to save it.
- Easy to send your contact info to someone.In conclusion, if you already have a mobile phone and service, I would wait a few weeks and get the T630 when it comes out. And if you have to get a new phone today, I would seriously shop around first before buying the T610. There is much room for improvement in the T610's usability to let you do things faster, and hopefully they'll fix some of the more serious problems like firmware so it doesn't crash. There is a reason why amazon is paying you to take this phone off their hands. Because they can't give enough of them away.
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: Sony-Ericsson HBH-300 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 4/5
Sony-Ericsson HBH-300 Bluetooth Headset
Sony HBH300 review


I purchased the Cardo Scala 500 headset a few months ago. The battery life and sound is good. The fit is so so. Some flopping around the ear. Although it is lightweight, the Cardo hurt my ear slightly. I did not like the range at all. Five to 10 feet is the max. I also had the Motorola HS820. It did not fit my ear at all. I gave it to my wife to use. She seems to like it. I decided on the Sony after reading some reviews. Most were positive. The range is great. I tested it at up to 30 feet with barely any static. Sound is very good. The boom helps. Driving with the windows down posed problems. The volume is too low. I have to force the headset into the ear canal to hear the conversation. The ear piece does not fit in the ear canal precisely. It is above the canal. Not much can be done to adjust the fit. I experimented with a few Jabra gels I have from my corded headsets. The sound is increased but the irritation to the ear is also increased. Also the gel creates more heat because the gel is in the ear canal. The charger feels like it can break (two little prongs).
The headset itself feels better made than the Cardo. If not for the fit and low volume I would have given it 5 stars. The additional $15 I paid for the Sony is well worth it.
Product features:
Wireless, lightweight Bluetooth headset offers best design and performance
In-Headset Answer/End and Volume Controls
Indicator Light Shows Calling Status
10 hours of talk time and up to 300 hours of standby time
Make yourself heard loud and clear with noise canceling feature




Product: Plantronics M110 Over The Head Headset w/ 2.5mm Plug
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Rating: 1/5
Plantronics M110 Over The Head Headset w/ 2.5mm Plug
Avoid This


The other reviewers are correct: This is an inferior product. The microphone makes you sound (to the person on the other end) as if your mouth is facing away from it. Long distance NEVER sounded so long distance, as it does with this product.

Plantronics prides itself on being the premiere headset/mic company: makes one wonder why they didn't do quality tests on this junk.

I'll be returning this product for a refund.
Product features:
Secure fit and quality sound
Stable, Over-the-head Wearing Style
Noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise
Microphone Volume switch for optimal voice transmission
Compatible with all phones that have a 2.5mm jack




Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 4/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Nice phone


I got this phone around 2 weeks ago as a present. I've had the T-Mobile plan with it, and it's been working ok for me. There's a lot of "downspots" where i get little to no service. It has it's ups and downs though, i didnt have a service in the middle of a church but yet i had 3 bars or service 10 miles away from any land. The phone is great. It's very light-weight and tough. When i was running to my riends house it slipped out of my pocket and fell about 2 or 3 feet onto the road... the only thing that happened to it was some minor scratches and a little dent that i was able to bend out. The phone comes with 25 ring-tones, most of them are pretty kid oriented. There's also an option to make ringtones on your phone, they give you some pre-programmed peices and you can put them together to create your own ring-tone... and it's all free. There's also a built in camera, it's a nice feature but kind of a joke because unless theres light it comes out very weird. There's a night-mode feature that will get more details out of a picture without light, but it barely does anythinng. The color screen is nice, but like all other color screens it's very hard to see outdoors in the light. It has voice activated dialing, answering (only works with handsfree set), profile switching, and voice redialing. Another nice feature of this phone is that you can make and select profiles. The profiles are autimaticly set "phone options". For example if you select the "meeting" profile it will change your phone to that profile and will have features that would fit in a meeting, like the ringtones are off, and it will vibrate. Really the only thing i don't like about this phone is that it doesn't have shortcuts that you can access by hitting a button, you have to go to the main menu and select shortcuts, to see all yours that you set. The games it comes with aren't that great, they only have four games that get very boring. The buttons are spced out enough that i can dial with my thumb and not hit other keys. It also has a design that makes it hard for buttons to get pressed when your carring it in your pocket. The voice dialing isn't that big of a deal because you have to hold a button down for a second before you say the name you programmed. Overall the phone itself is great with a few small problems and the service is generally good.
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: PCS Phone Samsung N400 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 1/5
PCS Phone Samsung N400 (Sprint)
I wish it were possible to give 0 stars.


This phone was sent to me as a replacement when my fabulous Sanyo lost an argument with gravity. It is, quite possibly, the most worthless piece of crap I've ever owned. It's so horrible that I've called Sprint on several occasions trying to get a replacement for this phone, as it doesn't work very well, if at all. I'm always told that since it was issued to me through the insurance policy I took out on my plan, I have to go through the insurance company. The insurance company then tells me that if I get another phone via the insurance, they will cancel my insurance, as two phones in a year is some sort of red flag--nevermind that the one they sent me is worthless.

If you're lucky, it won't suddenly die when you're talking. "Three hour battery" when talking is generous. I'm lucky to make it an hour. I feel I'm constantly charging the damn thing. The voice dial that comes with the phone dials the wrong numbers, if it recognises your voice at all. If you can move two inches to the right or left without dropping the call you're on, it is an act of God. Connecting to the internet to text or get email? Don't even bother. You'll never get on, and if it does make some sort of connection, it's simply to tell you there was a connection error and to try the entire 15 minute process again.

But the best part? The phone jams up. It freezes like a bad computer. You could be mid-dial and the screen will freeze on whatever number you just punched. Nothing will get you out of the freeze except removing the entire battery and starting up the phone again. This will happen whenever you most need to make a call. And it will happen repeatedly. As in, 5 times in a row.

That this phone is still sold is practically a crime. It is a complete rip off. The reception is horrible. It jams. You cannot connect to the internet. You can put in 12 characters for a phone book entry. 12. Got a first name longer than 12 characters? Tough. Don't even waste your time thinking about putting a last name in.

And just to further my point: I am stopped at least once a week by someone who recognises my phone. They always ask me how much I like my phone and when I tell them I hate it, they immediately go off on a tirade on how big a piece of junk this phone is. That it jams. That it drops calls. That it doesn't connect. That it's about as useful as a cup of sand in the desert.

I believe the phone is now discontinued on amazon.com. If I ever saw anyone buying this phone in public, I would do everything in my power to convince them to do otherwise. Do yourself a favour and do not waste your money on this p.o.s. Get yourself a Sanyo. Just don't drop it like I did mine.
Product features:
Color display, visible when phone is closed for easy caller id
Custom ringers and images available via download
Built-in speakerphone
Phone book stores 250 entries
Includes battery and user documentation




Product: Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Great Phone, Awful Price


The Razr V3 is definately one of the better phones I've had. For starters the manual isnt great at giving you some of the details. The phone in general has great looks, obviously very slim and fits into any pocket perfectly. I wouldnt recommend it if you have big fingers though because you might find a hard time trying to punch the numbers in. Im not a huge camera phone fanatic so I never really cared much about the quality. The reception is excellent, battery life is amazing, and if you like buttons and gadgets, this phone has plenty of them. Quad band does allow you to take this phone pretty much anywhere in the world. All you need to do is rent a sim card or something overseas. All in all its user friendly except like I mentioned earlier the manual could of been more percicive about a few things I ran into. Unless your job doesnt need any flashy objects that attract clients to you by making you look rich, I wouldnt recommend buying this phone at its original price. Its a great phone, but thats just asking too much for it. (...)

Pros: Very Slim, Long battery life, user friendly, flashy and impressive, lots of cool features.

Cons: Not good for people with big fingers, too expensive.
Product features:
Razor-thin aircraft aluminum case
Bluetooth wireless technology
MPEG4 video playback
Built-in speakerphone
Digital camera with 4x digital zoom




Product: Nokia 1221 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 1221 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Nice phone & service


The Nokia 1221 from Tracfone is a workhorse phone. Reception has been very clear even in some locations where I used to get nil reception with prior carriers/phones. The battery lasts a long time.
If you purchase this phone and want an extra 100 minutes free, just send me an email at surachis2002@yahoo.com and I can refer you - just send me your email address where you the want the promotion link sent.

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: Motorola V265 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V265 Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Great carrier, Great phone!


First off, Verizon Wireless has superior coverage and a great network. I love the phone, battery life better then all the phones ive had in the past and ive had maybe 5 or 6 phones already.Has all the features like txt messaging,voice dialing,mobile web and can download ringtones,games, wallpapers etc. everything works really well. The only thing wrong with this phone is the camera isnt as great as other Motorola phones. i know a couple people with Motorola V400's and their camera is noticably better then the V265's camera, But other then that everything is great on this phone.
Product features:
Features VGA camera with self timer
Integrated voice-dialing
BREW compatible for great gaming
Slick clamshell design with two displays
Includes phone, charger and user documentation




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