Sony Ericsson Summer 2005
wasnt happy with the z500
On the other hand, if you are considering the RAZR I might re-consider if I were you. Unlike the z500, the RAZR is a delicate phone. I've heard people say that any time they have the phone with them, they have to constantly remember that they're carring around $300 in their pocket. If you do so much as drop it once or even "hit" it wrong when it is in your pocket you might end up buying another phone sooner than you'd like. I have he...
The SE has the better contact list but the MP3 ringtones are the bomb. No funky midi playbacks of tunes.
The signal reception/bars are also better with the MOTO. I really don't know what the issue is with the MPX for many people. I have a friend who sold his V3 to get the 220 and did not look back.
The RAZR is pure garbage, as are all Motorolas (with the exception of the V551). Having worked for Cingular Wireless for the last 6 months in Tech Support, I've seen this phone returned more times than any other.
I guess aircraft grade aluminum and magnesium only go so far. LOL.
i can honestly say that when any customer asked me what my opinion is of a particular phone, i always direct them to either sony ericsson or nokia. there's really no competition anymore. they both have the best reception, the fastest technology, and the best features. motorola has chosen fashion over function so many times it makes me sad to see that they are still in business. RAVR? give me a break. i could sneeze that thing into pieces. i backed up over my nokia WITH ...
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