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Thanks Sharp, now what am I supposed to do?


Dec 27, 2005 by Boombocker

Yes, I love my phone. Ive been in wireless sales with two different companies, currently in one, and I cannot put my Sharp TM150 down. What am I supposed to do when it kicks rocks? I kinda wish it had a speakerphone because the handsfree plug is diffcult to take out with my artificial nails! The pictures taken on this phone are awesome! My roommate has 1.3 megapixel on her camera phone, doesnt touch even close to the quality of this 1 megapixel camera. I bought the phone scared it would be to big, but now I don't like little phones! I also love the idea of the full size SD card instead of the baby micro SD's or mini SD's. My call quality is based on T-Mobile's crappy coverage here on the Wasatch front in Salt Lake, but when I was in North Idaho and Eastern Washington, crystal clear, definately not the phones fault! Too bad its discontinued!



Oct 24, 2005 by jenmana

I got this phone last year from T-Mobile. Overall, the TM150 was my favorite phone yet. The camera was simply amazing. Probably the only things I really hated about this phone was the size.

- Everything (=

- Too big.

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Just ok


Aug 31, 2005 by eddie7

Ive had this phone for a few months. Im sorta happy with it. Im read hard of hearing and the phone is almost impossible for me to hear.

Pros: fairly good camera.
Nice size
hight quality screen

Cons: Not loud enough
text message list goves you useless numbers (55-602) to describe what the message is rather than a header.

piece of crap, do not buy ever!!!!!!!!!


Aug 14, 2005 by md2bsoon

phone is used w/ T-Mobil in Queens, NY /USA.

Reception very poor.

Battery last for a 2 hours of talking, better if you have this phone plugged in all the time.

T-mobile service is really bad, and customer service is just sorry.

But what you can expect if they are giving you this crap for free with one year contract.

If you really need cell go for Verizon, expensive but at least works everywhere.

The SHARPEST review in the whole wide world


Jul 21, 2005 by mr0birghtside7

This Phone is a very good piece of equipment. I paid $350 for it back in February. The first thing that I can say about this phone is that it has an exceptional screen. Its absolutely georgeous and perfect for displaying wallpaper and pictures, which brings me to the camera. This is without a doubt the best camera phone out there. Ive even compared it with 2+megapixel camera phones and this one is still the best. I dont know what Sharps secret is but they need to keep it. The pre-loaded ringtones are very nice, rich and clear and loud. T-mobile's HiFiRingers for the Sharp TM150 sound great, but are very short and they are limited in the pop/rock selections but they are hopefully working on that. E-mail on this phone is very convenient while I dont really care for it, it is nice to say that you have it. I hope the Sharp TM200 will be for T-Mobile in the USA soon because its just like the Sharp TM150, but upgrades to 2megapixel camera and adds an MP3 player.

The ULTIMATE Sharp TM150 Review


May 16, 2005 by sixroses2000

OK this is the best review you'll find anywhere so if you want to know everything there is to know about the Sharp TM150 before you buy it, then read on:

I got this phone for free from an offer on the tmobile website, and so far I've had few complaints. Overall I give it an 8.5 That's just my opinion though.

OK here are the pros and cons that I've observed on the phone:

-The best camera I've ever seen on a camera phone. It's just amazing!
-Really clear and bright display. Don't open it at night or it's brighness will blind you!
-Video capability
-Also has great external display
-Menu layout is very easy to use
-Plenty of room to store, pictures, ringtones, and games (yes it IS possible to get games for this phone; I'll get to that later)
-Has a nice strong flip
-Sturdy makeup (looks like it won't shatter into a million pieces if I drop it, but I'm definitely not testing it).
-SD card for easy transfer of data from phone to computer
-Tons of options for most features
-Easy to get online with t-zones (you have to pay to go to websites with the unlimited version, though. But what's 5 extra bucks a month?)
-Picture caller ID.
-Easy to add contacts
-Tons of shortcuts

WHEW!!! OK those were the pros. Don't worry, there's not as many cons, and the pros far outweigh them.

-Doesn't come with pre-installed games, and unless you know what you're doing, it is extremely hard to get them.
-No speakerphone
-Bigger than most flip phones, kind of bulky (but not heavy)
-Up and down buttons on side of phone don't work for volume unless you're making a call.
-Camera is kind of slow; pictures can easily be blurred if your hand shakes a lot
-Quiet ringtones
-An annoying message about the macro switch comes up every time the camera starts (or maybe it's just my phone)

Because I have a character limit for this review go to http://www.gsmarena.com/sharp_tm150-reviews-872.php for the whole review, including how to get games.

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