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Jul 12, 2006, 2:09 PM
for the Samsung SGH-D807 / D806:
Not What I Expected
I just recently got a D807 without a contract in Charlotte for 279.99 (4 days ago to be exact). I thought I was getting my dream phone, but I've really been disappointed. For someone who was trying to escape the Motorola user interface (my previous phone was a RAZR V3) I feel like I've taken a step down. However, there are some good aspects. PROS: *Bright colorful display *Excellent voice recognition system (and it's not just for your phone book) *Clear ringtones *I ...

May 19, 2006, 12:14 AM
for the BlackBerry 7100i:
7100i is the Nextel I'd Choose, If I could afford the plan
It works as a great phone, has neat features like detecting when it's put into or taken out of the holster. Screen turns on as soon as you lift it off your hip, very cool! Mad sound profile configuration. Charges via USB port on any computer, sweet! The predictive text system is pretty good, the QWERTY layout was nice. Very popular forums discussing software and themes are available for the BBs. Direct connect is good, works just like a normal ...

Mar 22, 2006, 11:21 PM
for the Motorola RAZR V3c:
US Cellular RAZR ROCKS
Pros: mp3 support bluetooth size video support 1 megapixel camera data conection sexy Cons: Much shorter battry life than the 5 days I got with my last phone.

Mar 20, 2006, 5:51 PM
for the Samsung SGH-X426 / SGH-X427:
Samsung X427, decent phone.
PROS: + Good reception/RF + Capable ring tone engine, made my own ring tones from MP3s on my PC. CONS: - Takes FOREVER to turn on. 1.5 minutes. God forbid there was an emergency and the phone wasn't already on. - So-so battery life - There's a split-second delay between pressing a key and seeing the result. Going through menus was tough because sometimes I'd press an option twice, thinking it didn't get the first press. - Passive matrix color screen shows smearing. Works well, but I've ...

Mar 18, 2006, 7:09 PM
for the Sanyo SCP-7200 / RL-2000:
Sanyo is the way to go!!
This phone is great. I have had a couple of flip phones with hinges breaking...even though I am very easy on phones. I cannot believe that someone would complain about the battery popping off when it is dropped....ummm well how about you quit dropping it!! What an idea. No, this phone seriously has great sound, reception, battery life, and I think feeling in your hand. My only complaint is that the old web browsing software ...

Mar 14, 2006, 10:34 AM
for the Sony Ericsson W600i / W550i:
Had it and it was a delight.
I'm giving this phone a 4 out of 5 because the obvious lack of an memmory expansion slot. The 256mb is good enough for a walk around the block, but I'd have loved it to able to hook up a 512mb or even a 1024(1gig) mmc or memmory stick(duo) and rocked on with a few hundred songs. Other then that, the phone is exceptional. The camera (1.3mpx) is good but lacks in quality when theres lo light. I've used this phone ...

Jan 24, 2006, 7:05 AM
for the Samsung MM-A920:
Simple and fun little phone.
I initially purchased a Treo 650 after following it for a year. Within the first 5 days, my Treo froze 5 days in a row. Grossly dissappointing, but it was a deal killer for me. (Which is a whole other review) I returned it in hopes of getting a Sanyo 9000. But for some odd reason Sprint decided to not distribute it anymore. After doing a crash research job online, I decided on the Samsung a920 ...

Jan 18, 2006, 3:56 PM
for the Samsung SGH-E730:
Could not be happier
I would usually not spend this much ($280) on a phone, but it was exactly what I wanted, and I am not disappointed in the least. The only things I would preffer to be different are that the speakerphone function while the phone is closed (not a big deal), and that the FM radio be better, and work without the headphones (though, realistically, no FM radio this small could, and it is pushing the limits on reception quality as ...

Jan 16, 2006, 7:39 PM
for the Nokia 2125i / 2126i / 2128i:
the best Phone Phone for Verizon
I bought this phone for $69 from BestBuy as an in-Pulse pre-paid, and activated it online via verizonwireless.com, thus saving myself $60 (verizon charges $149 for this little bugger full retail post-pay.) It replaced an lg-vx7000, which was the most solid phone I've ever had, and I'm not dissapointed. 2128i Pros: .Very solid build quality .simple nokia menu system .Speakerphone sounds GREAT as compared to my Razr .Flashlight is bright. I use my phone as a light frequently, so this is a nice touch. .very ...

Sep 3, 2005, 12:16 AM
for the Nokia 6620:
Killer flaw -- volume is too low
The phone has everything going for it -- good user interface, good call quality etc. etc. *EXCEPT* for a killer flaw -- even at the maximum setting, the speaker volume is way, way too low. Same problem in the "speakerphone" mode. In its loudest setting, the Nokia 6620 sounds almost only as loud as my T60LX at its softest setting. I am perplexed that nobody else has mentioned this flaw in their reviews here. I just bought two Nokia 6620s but now ...

Jul 26, 2005, 1:25 PM
for the Nokia 6010:
Decent phone
This is a fairly good 'entry-level' phone, but is practical for anyone looking for an inexpensive phone. It takes several minutes for the phonebook and SMS service to load after the phone has been turned on; it's hard to see the screen in direct sunlight; and the phone's reception where I live is not up to par. Other than that, this is a reliable, sturdy*, easy-to-use cell phone. * I have dropped it many times from a variety of heights onto a ...

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