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Motorola V80

 

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Swivel Garbage

 

Nov 1, 2004 by b_lett

This phone is a complete piece of crap. The people at motorola lured us with the phones attractive and ingenious swivel design, but left us hanging with its lack of performance ability. It gets no reception. The swivel is smooth, but the screens reaction time to the swivel is slow at best. The camera quality is poor. The placement of the camera lense is not intuitive. The speakerphone is a piece of crap. The battery cover is extremely hard to remove. The phone is easily scratched. The interface is identical to motorolas V300,v400,v525,v600, and probably the next ten models they'll come out with. The screen is dull and lacks the vibrance found in the previous motorola v series phones. If you are considering purchasing this phone please continue to look, I dont wish this phone on anyone. The only positive thing about this phone is the swivel design. But design alone doesn't warrant a $375 price tag.

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The Best Phone I've Everg Had!!!

 

Oct 16, 2004 by Da_Return

I've changed phone very often in the past 2 years. I've gone through Motorola V66, V60, V70, V525, Samsung S300, S307, LG 4600 and now the Motorola V80. This phone is by far the greatest phone i've ever had. I've used this phone for a few days now and I have to admit that compared to my old V525, this V80's reception is not quite as good. But I cannot find anything major to complain about this phone, except perhaps the price. It's certainly not a giveaway. But if u want a sleek phone with nice features u got to pay the price. I recommend this phone to anyone who wants a super cool phone. You won't be disappointed!

PROS:
-small, light, sleek design
-good camera with cool features
-the box comes with bluetooth
-decent reception
-loud rings and speaker

CONS:
-pricey
-very fragile
-battery life

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Great phone, lousy battery!

 

Sep 28, 2004 by queenbee

I have had my phone for a few days now having acquired it from a reputable website that deals with unlocked world phones. I must say that the "cool factor" on the v80 is outstanding. You definitely get a second look in crowds when you open it to answer. Signal strength is excellent considering it has an internal antenna. I use AT&T Wireless in the midwest. Sound quality is also one of the best I have seen and of course the speakerphone and Bluetooth connection definitely comes in handy!
My one complain is that the battery does not seem to last as long on standby as advertised as I am lucky to get a full day out of it before charging again.
Overall, I give it 2 thumbs up...great design!

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motorla v80

 

Aug 8, 2004 by vegas7

I have had my Motorola V80 for about week now, and overall I am very impressed. The phone has a pretty extensive menu to toggle threw but once you get used to it, it's not that bad. Otherwise the features are great: the blue-tooth is very handy, and when the blue-tooth is not connected the speaker phone is available for hands-free usage. When the blue-tooth is activated you can set up voice commands, so you never have to open the phone to place a call. This is my first Motorola, I have been a samsung user for years, I have to say I'm not really missing my samsung right now. I was looking at the Motorola v80 and the Samson's D-415, after using both I feel I made the right decision. Because this a very new phone on the market you may have hard time finding downloads and such compatible for now, but may be available soon.

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