Why would anyone buy this?
The ability to actually hear the person you're talking with perhaps?
This modest model has one of the cleanest, clearest, crispest sound quality for a cell phone I ever encountered regardless of price tag, and that is why I chose it to replace the much fancier ones my user group had previously been issued with.
The V190 is aimed at the business market where bang for the buck is a paramount criteria. It may not be able to shoot pics, use GPS to allow you to navigate from the washroom to your office desk without getting lost or make you invisible but it has all the basic features the business user is looking for in an appliance whose purpose is to allow employees to communi...
1) 4 band GSM, so it's as global a phone as you are going to find.
2) No camera, so you don't have to turn it in to security every time you enter a corporate client with a design facility and/or sensitive documents.
There are very few phones available that meet these two criteria. The few that are just don't measure up in quality and design (like the V18.
the only ****ty part is its SOOO squicky
when i open it its like ERRREEE
then i put my ear to it and its like errrreeee
then i close ita dna one last time its like ererererererer.....bahh!