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V620 vs. V600


Nov 14, 2004, 11:46 PM
Could someone please tell me what the difference is between the V600 and the V620. I've also heard that there are some issues with using the V600 with Cingular, yet I still see internet retailers selling the V600 with new Cingular plans. Can anyone confirm that the V600 will work alright with Cingular?

Nov 15, 2004, 10:30 AM
You do know you can compare phones on this web site right?

Nov 15, 2004, 11:48 AM
I'm aware that you can compare phones, but it appears that the only significant difference of the V620 over the V600 is video capture. I was hoping someone who owns a V620 could provide me with some feedback on it.

Nov 16, 2004, 6:12 PM
Ok, I've had mine for about a week. I'm using it on Cingular in California. I got it at www.no-air-time.com and it's definitely from Europe because the charger came with an adapter for US outlets (awkward). But I got v600 US accessories for it for cheap since it looks like all the AT&T stores are having a fire sale now (hmmm wonder why?) The sync cable and Phone Tools software came in the box, so that saved about $30. No holster, what's up with that?... add $12.

v620 vs. v600... it's a matte black, still a VGA 4x zoom camera but can now record video until it runs out of its 5Mb memory (30 seconds eats up about 500Kb). To me a camera/video is a novelty that I would seldom use/rather not have anyway. However, the internal screen is v...

Nov 17, 2004, 7:44 AM
Just one simple question, How many single text messages can you store in the inbox or any of the text folder.

Is it 10 or 20, or is it as good as a nokia over a 100. Not one forum seems to be able to point out this one simple point, even though alot of people want to know.

All i get constantly is 5MB of shared memory - Not very helpful!!!!!!!!!!

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