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These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by JoelMikel:

Jan 9, 2014, 4:25 PM
for the Motorola Moto X (regional CDMA, 1st gen.):
Maxymax review above...
Quite possibly the most uneducated, uninformed, misleading piece of drivel I've ever read on this or any other forum. You really should be ashamed of yourself for such a pathetic trolling attempt. To all of you who are reading these reviews complete ignore Maxymax's "review". There is nothing about this phone designed to be like iphone. If the mods read this and want to remove it I'm ok with that as long as you remove max's stupid rhetoric too

Jul 18, 2007, 8:58 PM
for the LG Muziq / AX-565 / UX-565:
Above average.... a little...
Picked the phone up today. I like the overall size. It's wider and thinner than the Fusic but overall a little bigger. Reception is just average where my Sanyo phones have full signal. Ear piece volume is not nearly loud enough even on the highest settings. Speaker phone is fair. Stereo sound from the speaker while listening to music is not good. I'm basing this entire review in comparison to my beloved MM5600. The UI I don't think is as bad as previous review said ...

Dec 16, 2004, 4:07 AM
for the Audiovox SMT 5600 / SPV C500 (HTC Typhoon):
Beautiful, high quality feel.....
Yes, this phone is just about as beautiful as they come. Made with some of the best material. Large, beautiful screen. Great buttons, very tactile. That's where the good for me with this phone ends. Bootup was VERY slow. Took 3-5 mins just to bootup when I turned the phone on. The same was true about turning it off though not quite as long. Navigating through different screens was painfully slow as well. Battery life was not good at all. With minimal ...

May 3, 2004, 4:37 AM
for the Nokia 6820 / 6820i:
Does it's job
First and foremost a cell phone's primary function is to make and receive calls with clarity and efficiency. I gave this phone a 5 rating based simply on it's ability to make and receive calls. Pulls a very strong signal ALL the time for me. The call quality for me and for the person on the other end of the line is consistently great. The ear piece is very very loud and the speakerphone is loud and functional as well. ...

Dec 19, 2003, 2:21 AM
for the Samsung SGH-X426 / SGH-X427:
Finally something good......
I have been through virtually every phone in AT&T's GSM arsenal and this is the best functioning phone for my area. The RF is very strong in areas where my T616, NEC 515, 525, MPX200, and even my Nokia 3595 were not. What appears to be a phone specific problem rather than a model specific problem I have had perfectly clear calling on both ends of the line. The people I am talking to say that I sound clear, no static, ...

Dec 8, 2003, 6:09 AM
for the Nokia 3100 / 3120:
Small and feature packed
I expected the phone to be much bigger when I ordered it so I was disappointed with the size when I received it. Most people like the size thus I will not list the size as a negative. If you have seen the Sony T616 it's actually smaller than that. So slight the size you can actually put the phone in your pocket and forget it's there.... probably a good thing for the person on the go. Features abound with this phone. ...

Dec 3, 2003, 4:13 AM
for the NEC 525:
Fair.....
The only things that make this phone any better than the 515 is the camera and it's features and it's external LCD... Still has very poor ear piece volume even on it's highest setting. Battery life is AWFUL. I talked on the phone for a total of 10 mins and with that I had a standby time of less than 48 hours before complete drain. That's not good at all. The buttons do not give any feedback being completely smooth and subset ...

Nov 28, 2003, 2:00 AM
for the Sony Ericsson T616:
Customize til your heart's content!
My review differs very little from most every other on here. The screen is very hard to see in most high light conditions. Getting a strong reception is a struggle most places outside major cities. Whoever designed the connectors for the various accessories should be slapped. Be very careful when plugging in the power cord, car charger, hands-free device, flash component.... the flimsy plastic connector pins break very easily on every accessory. Something Ericsson has done wrong for years.... create a solid ...

Nov 6, 2003, 3:13 AM
for the Motorola MPx200:
Two thumbs down
The only positive thing about this phone is the display. I was very excited to get this phone but sorely disappointed when time came to play around with it. Locked up all the time. Only fix(moderatly inconsistent though it be) was to either pull the battery and power back up or pull the battery and SIM and power back up. Obviously doing this caused loss of all user settings... Speaker phone was terrible. With the volume all the way up, could still ...

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