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121. Kyocera K9 Phone (Virgin Mobile)
$69.99
122. Nokia 6010 Go Phone - Next Generation
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123. Motorola V60t Color Phone (AT&T)
$59.95 list($199.99)
124. Sony Ericsson T68is Phone - Next
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125. Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
$199.99
126. PCS Phone Sanyo RL-4920 (Sprint)
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127. Samsung R225 Phone (T-Mobile)
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128. Nokia 7610 Phone (Cingular)
$34.95 list($89.99)
129. Nokia 3590 Go Phone - Next Generation
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131. Nokia 1260 Phone (AT&T)
$519.99 list($649.99)
132. PCS Phone Samsung i600 (Sprint)
$49.99 list($149.99)
133. Siemens CT66 Phone (Cingular)
$49.99
134. Nokia 2285 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
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135. PCS Phone Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint)
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136. Samsung E316 Phone - Next Generation
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137. Motorola V400 Phone (Cingular)
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138. PCS Vision Picture Phone Nokia
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139. Nokia 6820 Phone - Next Generation
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140. Nokia 6360 Phone (AT&T)

121. Kyocera K9 Phone (Virgin Mobile)
by KYOCERA
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0002ZQGRY
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: KYOCERA
Sales Rank: 2173
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dazzling blue backlighting
  • Palm-friendly size and shape
  • 2-way text messaging
  • Download actual song clips
  • Built-in flashlight and 3 pre-loaded games

Reviews (51)

1-0 out of 5 stars Lousy performance
The problem with Virgin phones is they use the Sprint network.It's highly unusual that I don't get a dropped call or someone complaining that I'm cutting out real bad.I work very close to the Sprint campus and tower.I can't even stand outside in the parking lot and call across the street without the other person saying I'm cutting out.Don't be a sucker--choose a better phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars The most awesome Virgin Mobile phone around!
I just bought this phone for my boyfriend and he never had one so he absolutely LOVED it. ^.^ Personally, I thought it was pretty cool as well. I mean blue and black and red and pink are my favorite colors and it's a bargain to have the screening BLUE!! Before I sent it to him (Long distance relationsip), I was playing with it and it's SOOOOO cool. Currently, I have a Camera Virgin Mobile phone and i'd trade it for the one I gave him..hmm better check up on that!

4-0 out of 5 stars This K9 Won't Bite
This is a nice, sleek looking phone from a simple pay as you go wireless provider.Virgin Mobile uses the SPRINT PCS network and charges you as follows...$.025 a minute for the first 10 minutes of the day, then $0.10 a minute after that.Or, $0.10 a minute plus $0.35 a day.You pay $0.10 per text message you send and it is free to receive them.You must top off your account at least $20 every 90 days to keep your account active, but you keep the minutes you have already purchased.If you don't use your phone a lot your looking at $6.66 a month for a cell phone.How simple is that?No other hidden fees involved.

The Kyocera K9 is being replaced by the K10 with a color screen and more features.This phone is a bargain price wise compared to the K10.You can send and receive text from other phones or email addresses.There are tons of downloadable stuff from the web site as well.Other features include a built in flashlight, jack for an ear piece and one of the games is get this, TETRIS!Anytime your curious about how money you have left on your account you can check your balance right on the phone.It takes about 5 seconds for the account information to be zapped back to you in a text message.You can also access your account on the web site.

If your like me who got tired of spending over $50 a month for cell phone minutes I never used, this is for you.I like the convenience of having a phone, but do not have a need to have it glued to my ear all day.Virgin Mobile pay as you go is simple and in my case money saving.Not to mention this particular phone is a bargain in price and stylish too!

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid the K9
FYI:
Phone 1 and 2 from Virgin, wouldn't hold a charge
Phone 3 Phone died after 2 months (ear microphone ceased to function)
Learn from my experience.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sucky phone
this phone sux do not get it!! the phone rips u off! when i got it i thought the pay as you go would be nice but it rips u off so friken much! do not get this phone dont waste ur money! ... Read more


122. Nokia 6010 Go Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
by Nokia
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000630M40
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 3839
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Features

  • Lightweight and ergonomic design
  • One touch dialing and voice dialing for easy communication
  • Phone book with up to 500 contacts, with up to 5 numbers and 3 text entries per contact
  • Personalize your phone with 8 different color schemes
  • Stay connected with AOL, MSN and Yahoo messaging.

123. Motorola V60t Color Phone (AT&T)
by Motorola
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000DIIDG
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2844
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • New version of the V60 offers a large color display, plus a new larger external display
  • Other upgrades include 4-way navigation keys and voice digit dialing
  • Phonebook can store up to 500 contacts
  • Comes with three games: MotoGP, Mahki, and Kick Champion
  • Includes a changeable metal shell

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Classic!!
This phone is the gold stardard to which I compare all cell phones. It is a lot better than even other phones in the moto V60 series. The V60t is highly customizable, not foring its user to use the backgrounds provided. I make most of my calls using the recent calls list that the phone stores, and I like how I can create a button on the main screen that links directly to the recent calls menu. Plenty of call statistics with the call timers. Sound quality is excellent and the phone is the perfect size for pocket carrying. This phone is truely a utilitarian masterpiece in a world of complicated phones with too many bells and whistles and too little overall quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars Motorola's flagship TDMA flip-phone gets some color
Motorola's second-generation version of their flagship V60 flip-phone continues to prove itself a worthy successor to the industry redefining StarTAC. Those who've yet to jump on the GSM bandwagon will find the V60 to be a solid performer, with a feature set that may not match the bells-and-whistles of GSM phones, but is eminently useful. Perhaps best of all, unlike GSM phones, the TDMA-based V60 retains the ability to fallback to analog (AMPS) service when digital can't be found. This will become less of a differentiator as cellular providers build out their GSM networks, but at this time it can still help you find useable service outside big cities and off major transportation routes.

The original V60 replaced the incredibly popular StarTAC. At about the same thickness (though more uniformly from end to end) and a bit narrower, the V60 was a stylish follow-up. In addition to improved battery life, the V60 added programmable ringtones, voice dialing, and several other useful improvements. The signal and voice quality duplicated or improved upon those of the StarTAC, and the flip-phone form-factor continued to prove more comfortable for handset use than candy-bar styled phones.

The V60 Color retains the advantages of the original V60, and adds a few tweaks. The inside color display is both an improvement (for its greater display capabilities) and a distraction (for its difficulty in viewing under strong sunlight). The external display has been enlarged, which on the one hand allows it to display additional information (signal strength, digial/analog service, battery charge), while on the other reduced the size of the date and time display. The V60 Color's voice dialing now has two modes: the name mode of the original V60, in which you can recall entries in your phone book with a voice tag, as well as digit dialing, in which you can dial 7- 10 and 11-digit phone number by speaking the digits. The latter is particularly handy, though it means that voice dialing now takes an extra step while you ask for either Name or Digit dialing.

Downsides of the V60 Color are mostly the same as the V60. The fixed external antenna can poke you in the side if you carry the phone on your belt. The belt clip that's included with the phone is useable, but not necessarily the most comfortable (the thin Body Glove case, for example has a much more tractable clip). Motorola's menu system isn't always intuitive, and the single-voiced ringtones (no polyphonics, no MP3s) are dull.

If you need a camera, advanced ringtones, Internet browsing or the other bells and whistles of GSM, this is not the phone for you. If you're looking for a stylish, solidly performing TDMA phone with AMPS capability, this is a great pick.

1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon is great.. phone is great, just say away from AT&T
WARNING: AT&T representatives ("Dawn: R361" and "Max: N360") themselves said during my troubleshooting (as detailed below) that I should NOT have bought through Amazon, and that they have received a barrage of complaints from Amazon buyers!I still really like Amazon, but they're integration with AT&T is non existent.People should not have to wait 2-3 days for service after they receive the phone.Buy the same phone on Amazon, but a different carrier.

5-0 out of 5 stars wow i was very suprized
this phone surprized me becuz i am more of a nokia person but i like the cool and sleek looks of the motorola V60 color screen. this phone is awesome. its so small and compact, i have had 3 people buy this phone becuz they seen mine and they liked it. if you want a good phone but you dont have alot of money , i suggest you buy the motorola V60 color screen by att wireless ( it has awesome coverage!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone
The Motorola V6O is a great line of phones. They look incredibly sophisticated with the shiny case and all. The color version is great. I just got it and the phone is wonderful. The displays are great and there are alot of features...i.e. wallpapers, screensavers, games, a radio feature, and etc. I would reccommend this phone for someone who wants a rugged, dependable, clear cell phone. ... Read more


124. Sony Ericsson T68is Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
by Ericsson
list price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009PRZ6
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Sales Rank: 2397
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • GPRS connection for quick Internet access
  • Bluetooth connectivity for wireless data transfer between other Bluetooth devices
  • Color display with customizable screen savers
  • Easy operation and menu navigation with joystick
  • Includes battery, rapid charger, and handsfree headset

Reviews (44)

1-0 out of 5 stars I could give a zero star if I had the option here!
This phone is the quintessential example of cool looking crap!! I do not believe that you can find anything that serves it's purpose in a less satisfactory way than this phone. It just refuses to get any reception. The "how many bars do you have" ad is a joke with this phone.

Drops calls even before you can get through. The processor redefines the word "slow". The resolution is so bad that you can count the number of pixels on the screen with a naked eye.

The only good things are the voice dialing and the sound recorder. But what is the point when you just CANNOT make a call???

Do not buy this phone if the intention is to actually talk to people on it...coz it just won't let you do that. Might just work as a microphone for sound recording though. But then you have better options for that too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good over all phone, with a design problem (charging)
I've found this phone to be quite a good phone for my purposes.I use it heavily with Bluetooth for Internet access via my Palm and Laptop, and with a wireless headset.It's basic, small, holds a charge for a LONG time, and seems to work quite well for me.

After having my phone less then a year, I did find a major design flaw with the phone if you don't want to open it up and start soldering.The connections on the bottom of the phone solder directly to the board in the phone.If you're not careful from the day you get the phone in putting the charger on and off, the solder connections break.I started having to wriggle or tap the phone until it took a charge.It got bad enough I could not get it to charge anymore.Cost to repair (not covered by warranty) was more than a replacement phone.I opened mine up and re-soldered and it's been fine since.But if you're buying this and don't want to fix it, either be very careful about the force you use, or consider another phone.The connector really snaps in and out, so being gentle is easier said than done unless you're VERY conscious of it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Has not been a great phone.
Been using for over two hears.The first week, the volume button on top left disappeared.Phone was replaced by Amzn.Bout six months later it stopped taking a charge.Amzn replaced again.Now, about a month ago the same volume button disappeared yet again, but now it's out of warranty.Volume is okay but can't adjust because button is gone.In addition, phone seems to be creaking now when I hold it and begin to press buttons, as though the frame work is getting lose or something.Also, sometime the phone won't turn on or if on, won't turn off - if I take out the battery and reinstall, it begins again to work, like it resets contact or something.Time to replace this phone.This phone was not cheap and I've hung in there with it, but only used it for one or two calls a day with no great demands on it.Calls have been generally good with very few dropped calls and T-Mobile service and customer service has been pretty good, even when out of area.But, that said, it has been a small delicate phone and overall I'm pretty displeased with it and wish I'd gone with a good flip phone instead.Would not do it again. Now looking for a sturdy phone with good reviews but cingular reviews don't seem very good.

2-0 out of 5 stars ONE of the worst
This phone is not the greatest. It has poor resolution and bad reception. This is an exception to sony's other phones. Try the T226 model or anything higher. The T637 is a fantastic phone with good reception and great qualities. If you want to wait, the S710A is coming out soon and it is an unbelievable phone. It has better features, camera, and wireless connectivity than even the Motorola RAZR. Try it instead. Just dont go with the lower models from sony, as they are not as good as their usual superior electronics. And, hey. You get what you pay for. This phone is negative money from most places. Just go with FREE and get the better phone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Does you well if you give it TLC, but skip it
[...]
All the bad things you read about it are true.

The worst for me are:
Bad reception
Speaker sounded like it was blown out (static voices) after 11.5 months (just before warranty expired, so luckily I got a new one).

Bad things that I've adapted to / don't care about:
Dust gets in the screen
Resolution makes pictures on it worthless
Crappy ring tones (a couple I like)
Slow menus
Phone sometimes "freezes" and must be "reset" (remove battery, replace battery)

Good things:
Synchronization with MS Outlook and other applications!!
Infrared and Blue tooth connection
Internal modem for wireless internet (great, especially if you have free calls at nights :). But the modem is SLOW.

Overall, I've been satisfied, but not without sacrifice. At this point, this phone is around 2 years old and outdated. You can make a better purchase than this now. ... Read more


125. Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
by Ericsson
list price: $174.99
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Asin: B0000AGRYX
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Sales Rank: 232
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Sony Ericsson T610 features a built-in digital camera, Bluetooth, multimedia messaging, polyphonic ringtones, and tons of ways for you to personalize its look and feel. Quality materials and a large color display give this phone its sophisticated personality. It's the perfect complement to T-Mobile service.

Design
The phone features a bright, clear 128 x 160 screen with 65,536 colors. The stylish candybar form factor of the phone will turn heads and get attention, while the quick camera buttons and easy-to-use center control toggle make it a snap to operate the T610. Charging and data connectivity are provided on the bottom of the phone, while an infrared transmitter for synchronizing contacts and data is housed on the top of the device. Meanwhile, the phone's CIF-resolution (352 x 288) camera is housed on the back panel.


An onboard joystick and iconic menu make for easy navigation.
Calling Features
When you're calling, you'll enjoy essential features like redial, vibrating alert, speed dialing, and side volume keys, as well as choice extras like sleep mode, menu shortcuts, keypad lock, SIM card lock, voice control, and status view. Create your own ringtones with the built-in MusicDJ using a library of pre-loaded instruments, rhythms, and melodies. Further, the phone's 32-voice polyphonic ringtones make your incoming calls sound like music to your ears. Use the ringtones that come with your phone or download new ones from T-Mobile's t-zones mobile Internet service. And because the T610 has Bluetooth built in, you can use a wide array of Bluetooth-compatible headsets for total wireless freedom.

Messaging, Internet and Tools
The T610 has all the bases covered when it comes to messaging. Support is built in for sending and receiving text, graphics and sound via messages. Multimedia messaging (MMS) lets you compose your messages using images, sounds and text. Sony-Ericsson's QuickShare feature, meanwhile, lets you share content with other devices, other phones, even your computer--just drag and drop pictures from your PC to your phone. Instant messaging is also supported and the phone ships with a built-in email client (T-Mobile messaging charges apply). T9 text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.


The T610 has a built-in camera with 2MB of onboard storage.
Getting on the Internet is easy with the T610, as well. It supports the GPRS protocol for speedy downloads and wireless Web access. T-Mobile's t-zones service lets you receive and send emails, read news headlines, get sports scores, download games and ringtones, and more.

The T610's Bluetooth capability lets you connect, wirelessly, to a laptop, a PDA, or another Bluetooth phone, and users of Apple computers can synchronize their calendars and contact information with the T610 using iSync, Apple's free synchronization software.

A number of handy tools come with the phone, including a memo pad, a calculator, business card exchange, a calendar, and a tasks list. There's also a full-featured clock, which includes a stopwatch, an alarm, and a handy timer.

Imaging and Entertainment
The camera T610's camera couldn't be easier to operate, with just one click to activate it and another to take a picture. Want to view your pictures on your computer screen? The T610 can automatically enlarge pictures to VGA size (480 x 640 pixels). Software included in the phone recalculates picture size without sacrificing quality.

Mobile gaming has never looked better than on the T610's high quality screen. Force and sound feedback guarantees full-throttle fun. The T610 comes with a variety of embedded games, including the legendary racing game V-Rally 2, and many more are available for download.

Vital Statistics
The Sony-Ericsson T610 weighs 3.26 ounces and measures 4.02 x 1.69 x 0.67 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 9 hours of digital talk time, and up to 300 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 800/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
T610 handset, SIM card, battery, charging cord, user's manual, and warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Large 128x160 pixel 65.000 color screen
  • MMS for composing messages using images, sounds and text
  • Supports Java and Mophun platforms for the widest range of mobile games and applications
  • Supports Bluetooth, infrared and cable for PC synchronization
  • With a built-in 319 x 288 pixel camera and QuickShare software

Reviews (488)

3-0 out of 5 stars Average
I have been using this phone for almost a year now.

Pros:
1.Looks sleek
2.Nice games (Mini-Golf etc)
3.Bluetooth is cool
4.Plays mp3, wav files as ringtones
5.Camera is alrite. Photos in bright light are good.

Cons
1.Bad reception (as compared to Nokia phones. My fone wouldnt work whereas friend's Nokia would work at the same location)
2.Hangs (Freezes) once a while
3.Some menu are hard to navigate (lot of clicks required)
4.Display difficult to see in bright light

4-0 out of 5 stars Hey, not so bad
I got this phone for -$200 about a year ago, so I was willing to forgive a lot of problems.It actually turned out to be a decent phone.

Pros:

1.Bluetooth with wireless Jabra headset, syncs up nicely with my Mac.I'll never go back to using a phone without the wireless headset.

2.Intruitive, computer-like interface

3.Good vibrate function

4.Nice long battery life

5.Works pretty much everywhere these days, including travel abroad.Reception started good and got better after a CSR fiddled with it at the mall.

6.Addictive mini golf game.

Cons:

1.When it's sunny outside, it can be VERY difficult to see the phone.You need to retreat into the shade or try to decipher the glare.

2.Certain functions are buried in menus.If you want to get rid of the envelope from a voice mail, you need to go through 8 menus to get there.I'm also forgetting the 18 menus you need to set a speed dial, for example.

3.Reception certainly not as good as Verizon, for the most part, but they charge through the nose, too.It's a trade-off.

4.Quiet ringer.I keep the ringer at maximum, but I still can't hear it if I'm out of the room.

Overall, it was a good choice, especially considering they bought me four months worth of service for the year.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sony Ericsson T610: great design, bad reception.
First of all, I've used Sony Ericsson T610 with both Cingular and T-Mobile service and found them comparable in Los Angeles (Verizon is best here).From comparing all three phones (Nokia 6230, Sony Ericsson T610, and Motorola V551) with Cingular service, I've discovered that there is a *BIG* difference in phone reception quality.

Phone reception quality is as follows: Nokia 6230 > Motorola V551 >> Sony Ericsson T610. The Sony Ericsson T610 had no reception in my apartment, the Nokia 6230 has great reception everywhere.

Overall phone quality: Nokia 6230 > Sony Ericsson T610 >> Motorola V551. (Though if reception is most important, you might rank Motorola V551 over SE T610.)

Here are pros/cons of Sony Ericsson T610:

PROS:
-Bluetooth: easy to sync contacts, photos, etc. w/PC, no additional software required => great.
-Great battery life
-Great display resolution, better than Nokia 6230.
-Nice OS design: easy to navigate, easy to read menus, ex. "silent" is handy
-Small, sleek, cool-looking, phone
CONS:
-Bad reception!
-Phone freezes sometimes.If turning on/off doesn't fix, try removing (and then re-inserting :) battery.
-Sometimes keylock doesn't work and phone calls contacts.

I recommend this phone if you have a good service provider for your area.It is cheap and easy to use. (Though, be wary of service providers locking the bluetooth.This hasn't happened to anyone I know, but I've heard that it's been a problem.)If I had reception in my apartment, I would have kept the T610 and sold the new Nokia 6230 on ebay.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good triband phone with decent batery life
I've been using this phone from the past one year. Like any other phone this phone is also not perfect, but hey I got all I wanted from my T610, it never disappointed me.

What I like :

1. Tri-Band :: Many people think that any tri-band phobe can be used overseas. Not true!. Because 900/1800 MHz GSM is standard. With support to 900/1800/1900 MHz T610 is a true world phone.

2. Battery Life :: Very good battery life - one week without charging for me. I generally charge only during weekends.

3. Reception :: Very good reception even in basement. This depends on your location too. Occasionally, between cities on the highway you may notice black spots for 5-10 mins. - Noticed it only once though.

4. Look & Feel :: Very handy and looks little geeky :)

5. Bluetooth :: Nice add-on. I love my Jabra headset.

What I didn't like

1. Sluggish Java :: Performance of Java is very sluggish. Loading of games can take 20-30 secs. (At first I thought I've to reboot)

2. Camera :: Not worth mentioning. Very poor image quality. (What else can you expect from a < mega pixel camera).

3. Memory :: Very limited memory and no expansion slot :(

4. Voice Dialing :: Doesn't work very well. Agreed, comes handy while driving. Make sure to roll up all your windows and turn off radio.

5. Joystick :: Not real joy operating it.

Overall, I think it is a good buy. Esp if you are looking for a good true world phone with nice battery life.

1-0 out of 5 stars cute phone - bad hardware and really bad customer support
This phone completely froze on me after exactly a month after the warranty expired (1 year from purchase)and now reboots regularly at intervals of 10 minutes.
I called customer support at t-mobile who couln't help in anyway except making me do a master reset and and I lost all my data.The phone still freezes and regularly reboots on me - I guess I can use it as a paperweight now.
The entire time the phone actually worked the T-Mobile service sucked BIG TIME

The only reason I'm giving it a one star is because thats the lowest I can get.
Pleaaase don't ever buy this phone and plase don't use T-Mobile ... Read more


126. PCS Phone Sanyo RL-4920 (Sprint)
by Sanyo
list price: $199.99
our price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0006JLKSQ
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Sales Rank: 1063
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Sanyo RL-4920's supports Sprint's Ready Link walkie-talkie feature, which makes it easy to instantly communicate with anyone on a Ready Link capable phone. When you add that to great battery life (up to 5.5 hours), a color screen, a speakerphone and support for PCS vision services, you've got a powerful tool for mobile productivity.

Design
The RL-4920's sporty candybar form factor sports a 128 x 112, 65,000-color display. An extendable antenna is located on the top right side of the phone and the rear panel is dominated by a speaker for speakerphone and voice dialing applications. Most of the phone's features and on-screen menus are controlled by a five-way center button above the handset's dial pad. The Ready Link service is operated by a button on the left side of the phone-- walkie-talkie style. A 2.5mm headset jack is also provided, as is a USB-compatible data connector.

Calling Features
The phone's built-in address book allows you to assign up to 300 entries, each storing seven numbers, with a total capacity for 500 numbers and 300 email and Web addresses. A separate Ready Link phone book provides easy access to 200 personal contacts and 200 company-provided contacts. You can customize your caller ID by linking a downloaded image or photo to a specific phone number in your phone book. Choose from 11 multi-chord, melodic ring tones and eight traditional ring tones, including vibrating alert. The RL-4920's GPS location technology pinpoints your exact location when you dial 911 (where available). Perhaps most importantly for users in rural areas, the RL-4920 is a tri-mode phone, meaning it can operate on Sprint's digital PCS network, as well as analog networks that serve many outlying areas.

Hands-free operation of your phone is easy with the built-in speakerphone. Voice recognition allows you to speak the name of anyone in your phonebook for rapid dialing. The RL-4920's Ready Link feature lets you enjoy the convenience of quick, walkie-talkie style communication at the touch of a button with one or several Ready Link users anywhere you go (Sprint PCS Ready Link service charges apply).

Messaging, Internet and Tools
If you need basic messaging capabilities, the RL-4920 has you covered as support is built-in for sending and receiving SMS text messages (Sprint PCS text messaging charges apply). T9 text entry, a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built-into the unit-- a plus for text messaging users.

The phone also supports PCS Vision email and instant messaging capabilities. Sprint PCS Vision transforms the wireless experience from something that's simply functional into something visual, entertaining and highly personalized. MSN Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and AOL Instant Messenger are all supported by Sprint's PCS Vision service. PCS Vision mobile Web services let you check out sports scores, get your seven-day forecast, check your flight status, and stay up to date with the latest news. Experience full-color graphic versions of popular Web sites.

For business users, the RL-4920 offers something special. Sprint PCS Business Connection service is supported by the phone and it gives you secure, remote, real-time access to Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes information-- including email messages and attachments, calendar, business directory and personal contacts. You can also respond to meeting requests, access documents stored on your desktop PC, and view email from Internet email accounts, including Sprint PCS Mail, Yahoo!, Earthlink and more.

A number of handy software tools are bundled with the RL-4920 including a calendar, a calculator, an alarm clock, and a to-do list and scheduler. A voice recorder lets you record up to 50 minutes of voice memos for later retrieval or download to a PC.

Entertainment
The RL-4920 lets you choose different font sizes when sending messages or accessing your browser. You can also choose one of four background screens for your phone's display. With PCS Vision service, you can download games like Tetris and Pac-Man, as well as additional ringers, screensavers and backgrounds.

Vital Statistics
The Sanyo RL-4920 weighs 4.03 ounces and measures 4.22 x 1.85 x .89 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 5.5 hours of digital talk time, and up to 168 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the AMPS 800/CDMA 800/CDMA 1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
RL-4920 handset, AC battery charger, lithium-ion battery, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Power up with this compact bar phone
  • Stay connected with a high-quality built-in speakerphone
  • Features nationwide walkie-talkie-style communication with Sprint PCS Ready Link.
  • Digital voice memo recorder with up to 50 minutes of record time (up to 20 memos)
  • Alarm clock and world clock

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars top rated --yeah right!
i previously had the 4900 model. that was sooooo much better! the reception w this phone stinks, and that's being polite. my husband had gotten a refurb when his 4900's screen cracked. it stunk. the ppl at sprint thought that was odd since it's supposed to me sooo top rated n awesome. yeah. well he was so very very wrong. i wish i had my old 4900 back! in my office i had 4 bars w the antenna down. now im at 2 w the antenna up. i drop calls a lot [practically never w my 4900] and i have a hard time hearing out of it. the only good thing i found on this phone is the volume choices-- silent, vibrate, beep, 1, 2, 2=vib, 3, 4, and 4+vib. level 4 is perfect if youre half deaf or work somewhere thats really noisy. 2+vib is good for normal hearing people in a normal sitch. these volume options are the only reason it even got the 1 lonely little star. i wish i had known for certain otherwise i would have never have traded in my old phone for this supposedly "newer and better" model. hope this helped you. i found this stuff out through trial and unfortunately, error, on my part. i have bought my phones through our local sprint store.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Phone
Bought this phone in January and boy am I impressed! The battery life is excellent as well as the speakerphone.This would be my 4th Sprint Phone since 1999 and overall the best of the bunch.My only gripes are that this phone lacks a camera, and the color screen is hard to view in bright sunlight.But this seems to be a problem with all these color gadgets these days.This is yet one reason why my GPS will remain in monochrome.Maybe one day companies will get color mastered, and devices will be viewable in the bright sun.But so far nothing beats monochrome for this.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice design, battery life...horrible speakerphone feature
I've been a big Sanyo fan for some time (of the options provided by Sprint).Great battery life and consistently strong reception on digital and analog roaming situations.I was excited to get this one as a replacement to my dead 4900.

I love the size, keypad, battery, etc.What is the deal with the speakerphone?I can't hear anything on it...all garbled.With all the speakerphones I've seen lately, none of them match a Nokia that I had YEARS ago!

What's the deal?

5-0 out of 5 stars Worthy Successor to the 4900
For the last two years, I've carried a Sanyo 4900, which has been well known as being the best phone available for Sprint PCS users, with it's unmatched reception strength and lengthy battery life. I'd still be carrying mine except for an unfortunate incident with a washing machine. This phone, the 4920, follows up and improves upon that tradition.

The reception is just as good as the 4900, and the battery life, if anything, is better. The USB cable I bought at Radio Shack still allows me access to the Internet from my Powerbook, and I can still use my old chargers.

In addition, the phone is slightly smaller, and the new screen and GUI is much prettier with more vibrant and lifelike colors. Navigation is faster, web browsing is faster, and it's packed with nice little features like showing the state of origin of an incoming call.

So, if you are a 4900 user like me, and are worried about ever getting a better phone, and don't need it to take pictures or other non-phone nonsense, then this is your next phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great reception
This is my first review on anything.I have had this phone for a few days now and still learning it.But one thing that stands out right away is the reception.When I drive to university from home, there is a strip where on my Nokia had no reception, a DEAD spot.With this phone, I have reception the entire area.It is also more clear with voices that were garbled on my Nokia.

I need to know how to create folders for my address book, I had folders on my Nokia so I didn't have to scroll through ALL the contacts list.I can't find that on my Sanyo.

But I really am pleased, so far, with this phone.
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127. Samsung R225 Phone (T-Mobile)
by Samsung
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006LIQB
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 1875
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Overview

Compatible with T-Mobile cell phone service, the Samsung R225 features a variety of features such as a color-coordinated phone book, a Internet browser, picture caller ID, and plenty of phone and organizer features displayed on a 128 x 64 pixel, black and white backlit LCD screen.

Calling Features

Used simply as a phone, the R225's calling features include call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, any-key answer, auto-redial, roaming indicator, speed dial, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, usage alert, vibrating ring, differential ring and a phone book capacity of 250 entries. Each entry can be assigned one of four colors for your enjoyment.

Internet

This phone lets you get online and access e-mail, popular Web sites, and download ring tones and data. There's also 2-way text messaging with text templates, plus three games: Casino, Mole, and Hexa.

Organizer

Organizer features include voice memo, scratch pad, a calendar, and a to-do list.

Vital Statistics

The Samsung R225 weighs 3.4 ounces and measures 4.3 x 1.8 x 0.9 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 250 minutes talk time, and up to 120 hours standby.

What's in the Box
R225 phone, charger, battery, strap, hands-free headset ... Read more

Features

  • Easy to use phone with high contrast blue display
  • Two-way text messaging
  • Compose your own ring tone melodies
  • Up to 4 hours' digital talk time, 120 hours' digital standby time with standard battery
  • Includes travel charger, owner's manual, and earbud.

Reviews (35)

4-0 out of 5 stars Really really like my phone
I've had this phone for two years now and I really really like it.

So the ring tones are a little high pitched. Whatever. The important thing is that I get clear reception, light weight, and long battery life. It is easy to use - the buttons feel good to me and the menus are intuitive. The blue backlight is also really nice. Sometimes I use it as a flashlight in the dark!

The one issue I have had is that once in a while when I speed dial a number, it somehow changes who I'm calling to a different number. Not sure why or how that happens, but it is so infrequent its not a problem.

I don't need a camera phone or bluetooth, so this has been great phone for me. In fact, I have the option of upgrading to something new right now, and I'm reluctant to swap it out! :)

3-0 out of 5 stars worth the money
I never did want to take my time to write a review for anything, but now after I read the comment by Mr. David H. about this phone, I just have to throw out some opinions as well.

This phone's setting and navigation system are quite simple to figure out. Here is how you can set or adjust the clock:
Menu --> Organizer --> Clock

Basically I don't have any problem with this phone, including its ringtones. The reason I give it only 3 stars out of 5 is that although its small size makes it look nice and easy to carry around, all the keys are placed too close to one another, which makes it a bit hard to punch a # while driving. Also, internet capability would be nice to have.

I recommend this phone to anyone who just wants a phone that works great, with a reasonable price, and doesn't care much for new technology, i.e. internet capability, bluetooth, and camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good basic phone
I think that this phone works perfectly fine if your looking for a basic cell. I havent had any problems with it, and it has good reception as well as clear voices. If your looking for a basic phone, this phone is great.

1-0 out of 5 stars What A Turd!
Dear Consumer,
Run for your very life.I am the bewildered owner of this crappy cell phone.This device is the modern equivalent of, well, (insert your favorite torcher device here.) The heinous organization and navigation of the phone book, and the various settings menus is enough to make your teary with insanity.Even the ring tones (when the phone actually rings that is) are horribly ear piercing.Friends call and the neighborhood dogs cower.You even have to set the clock on the phone, WTF?!(I know clock setting my sound like a crappy gripe, but it was impossible to figure out how to set the clock.) Oh yeah, and don't expect to make more than one call on a charge because two minutes into your second call you will be deafened by the chime that ends your call as the battery falls as dead as a bucket of fried chicken.

2-0 out of 5 stars terrilbe
i hate this phone you cant get a screensaver or id pics and the ringtones are terrible. even if you download one off the internet. it just sounds annonying. ... Read more


128. Nokia 7610 Phone (Cingular)
by Nokia
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B0006I2C48
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 1897
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Symbian operating system-based smartphone from Nokia offers flagship features in an innovative form factor. With a megapixel camera, removable memory expansion, Bluetooth, and support for robust mobile Web and email functionality, the 7610 is the ideal solution for mobile warriors. And because the unit runs in the Symbian Series 60 platform, scores of third-party applications and peripherals are available.

Design

Click the image to get a closer look at the 7610's features.
The 7610 is a candybar phone on steroids. The large screen sports 176 x 208 resolution, as well as support for 65,000 colors. At just .74 inches thick, the phone is very pocket-friendly. Just below the display is a five-way selection button that allows you to navigate and control the phone's menu's and features. The unit's internal antenna means there's nothing to snag or break off. The rear of the phone houses the megapixel camera unit, which features 1152 x 864 resolution. An RS-MMC memory slot allows you to expand the unit's built-in 8 MB of internal memory. The unit ships with a 64 MB card, but higher capacity cards are available. The 7610 also features changeable faceplates so you can dress up the phone to suit your style.

Calling Features
The 7610's address book supports up to 1,000 entries, including multiple phone numbers, as well as physical and email addresses. The 7610's built-in speakerphone makes it easy to talk without having the phone to your ear. Polyphonic ringtones are included, as is a vibrating alert, and you can use your favorite MP3s as ringtones. Meanwhile, more ringtones can be downloaded from Cingular's MEdia wireless web service. Ringer IDs let you assign specific ringtones to particular callers, while picture ID technology lets you similarly assign images or pictures to callers. In addition to name-based voice recognition dialing, the phone also features technology that lets you dial a number by speaking the digits to the phone. Lastly, the phone's Bluetooth connectivity means that your favorite Bluetooth headset is fully compatible.

Messaging, Internet and Tools
The 7610 is a mobile messaging and Internet powerhouse. With support for the MMS (multimedia messaging service), the phone can send picture, video and text messages (Cingular messaging charges apply). When coupled with the 7610's megapixel camera, MMS opens up great opportunities for robust messaging. Instant messaging is also supported, and the phone ships with a built-in email client. The email client is pre-configured for SBC Yahoo! email accounts (other accounts are custom-configurable).

Getting on the Internet is easy with the 7610. It supports the GPRS data protocol and when used with a Cingular data plan and the phone's USB or Bluetooth data capability, the phone can be used as a wireless modem for laptops and PDAs. There's also a built-in web browser for MEdia downloads and mobile web browsing. Cingular's MEdia service lets you receive and send emails, read news headlines, get weather updates, download games and ringtones, and more. T9 text entry, a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

The 7610 supports PC synchronization standards via USB or Bluetooth, which means you can manage and synchronize contacts, calendar and other data with your PC. Nokia's PC Suite application makes this process a breeze. You can also use Bluetooth to connect a wireless keyboard for efficient text entry. A number of handy software tools are bundled with the 7610 including a voice memo recorder, a calculator, a calendar, and an alarm clock.

Imaging and Entertainment
The 7610 is designed for flexible mobile fun. The built-in megapixel camera captures stills and up to 10-minute video clips to the phone's 8MB of internal memory. More photos, videos, applications and games can be stored on the memory expansion card. The phone supports playback of MP3 and AAC audio files, as well as 3GPP and RealMedia video files. Picture effects and custom screensavers, backgrounds and themes can be set up to fit your personality.

The phone is a powerful gaming companion with support for Java and Symbian games. Many games are downloadable via the Cingular MEdia service.

Vital Statistics
The Nokia 7610 weighs 4.16 ounces and measures 4.28 x 2.09 x 0.74 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 3 hours of digital talk time, and up to 250 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 800/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Nokia 7610 handset, lithium-ion battery, travel charger, user's manual, application software, data cable. ... Read more

Features

  • Integrated 1152 x 864 camera with 4x digital zoom
  • Built-In video recorder with audio function and 4x digital zoom
  • PC synchronization using Bluetooth wireless technology
  • 48 polyphonic ring tones
  • High-speed data transmission via GPRS

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Elegant, Durable, and Powerful
After doing my bit of research and reading a couple reviews on the Nokia 7610, I decided to get this phone with my new plan. My previous phone was a Samsung e715, which was good for the first 6 months before the screen turned washed out looking. For my second phone, I wanted something that could handle more functions, was more customizable, and could expand with my needs. Basically, I wanted something between all the other cell phones and a full fledged PDA. The Nokia 7610 was perfect because it had the good build quality that Nokia stands for but also uses the Symbian 60 v7.0 operating system. It is essentially a smartphone. People who are looking at this phone have to realize that it is not intended for people who want to use it for one reason only. This phone comes with a 1.2MP camera/videocamera, Bluetooth, speakerphone, a mini MMC expansion slot (with 64mb card included), and one of the best LCD screens around. In addition, a USB cable is included, so you can download programs, mp3s, themes, ringtones and send them to your phone. Tactile response is pretty good. Actually, I'd say it was a little "too" good since the buttons might seem to give a noisy "click" sound to some people. But hey, at least they're not mushy and hard to press. The speed of the operating system is pretty good as well. I heard that the Nokia 6600 seiries phones had lagging problems when turning on the phone or opening programs. It seems this problem has been fixed in the updated OS here. Overall, I'd say this is close to the most perfect phone I could imagine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible Service, Awesome Features
Let me first start by talking about service. I have seen many reviews that complained about service or more often the customer service of a carrier. Customer service is unrelated to the phone itself, but service is not...The reception this phone gets is incredible. Wherever I go I always have full-service reception. My buddy placed his Nokia 3620 real near my 7610 (both ATT Cingular), to gauge how much of a difference the phone really makes in reception,and I had 3 more bars!!This is a new generation smart phone vs. another (older gen) smart phone, too, not comparing CZ to diamonds.

Now to move on to features. This phone has everything you could want. The to-do list and calendar features are very in-depth and useful. Combined with Nokia PCSuite and the cable driver from the Nokia website, you can seamlessly transfer files back and forth between your PC/laptop and your phone. I am like a kid in a candy shop with this feature and am working on assigning a different mp3 for all of my friends and family! Sound comes through much clearer on this, playing true MP3s, not MP3s converted to WAVs like on the 3620. Only drawback is that Cingular does not recognize that this phone has the feature in my area, probably because (as the local cell phone shops said) it is 'not available in the Colorado market.' I have no desire to pay $2.49 per ringtone from them anyways, so this is not a problem for me and I doubt the rest of you are inclined to either.This phone also has the capability to record up to 10 MINUTES of video! All I can say to that is WOW. I have not ventured anywhere near that length (1-2 minutes is all so far) but the quality of the video is incredible, especially considering the source (a phone).This is also a Bluetooth phone, so you can do all the things Bluetooth does.I have only transferred files via Bluetooth, but the process was slow, most likely due to the older OS of the receiving phone.The Symbian OS on this phone is just plain fast, no lag whatsoever, runs seemlessly. The 64MB card that is included with the phone is also great, but fills up fast when you are uploading mid and high quality MP3s at 4-5 MB or more per. Would have been nice if they had included a card with more, but for $199 I am only being wishful bordering on greedy.I would defientely call this phone a serious deal and highly reccomend purchasing it.Get this phone, two bills, letstalk clearer. ... Read more


129. Nokia 3590 Go Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
by AT&T Wireless
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000C8Y13
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Sales Rank: 3471
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • No prepaid minutes included. Requires no credit check and no annual contract
  • This Nokia 3590 phone model is only compatible with AT&T Go Phone Enhanced service plans
  • Battery life of up to 6.5 hours talk time and up to 300 hours standby
  • Phone supports receiving messages with image, sound, and text
  • Phone book can carry up to 500 contacts, with up to 5 numbers and 3 text entries per contact

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nokia 3590 GoPhone
This phone has been pretty good.It was a great deal at Best Buy because it came with a mail-in rebate and they always pay their rebates quickly. I've had it for a year and half and now the ringer has died and I can't hear it when it rings.The ringer itself costs $150 to order so I might as well get a new phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone!
Traded my old phone in for this phone over a year ago.It's been dropped and tossed around in the purse and is still doing well.The polyphonic ring tones are great and pretty cheap to download, it's fun for knowing who's calling just by the ring. The games are ok that came with it.But with Internet access from your phone (with mMode) you can play online or download new ones for later.The only thing that bummed me was, right after I got it they started putting phones in the same price range with color screens!That's what I'm looking into now.But if you don't mind that it's not in color the calendar (which you can update online with mMode), applications, games, talk time, and stand-by time are great.No real complaints with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars dissatisfied customer
I bought 2 of these phones in december 2003. My plan was 39.99 a month on each phone, unlimited nights and weekends,free holidays. Since this time they no longer have this plan nor these phones, however i liked the phones so much that in march of this year i bought another phoneand plan for myself, the other two are used by other family members. I pay about 150$ a month for all of these plans. However this memorial day I was charged all day on all phones for their usage. AT&T told me on monday the 31st of may that memorial day was included to be free however on wednesday the 2nd of june i called customer service and they told me that i was MISINFORMED by their rep. I have a brochure stating that memorial day is included in this past plan that no longer exists however they have without informing me changed my plan to satisfy theirs now. I will NEVER again get AT&T anything. BUYERS BEWARE. they stole from me and have also received now a bad reputation. And one more thing.. I have been an excellent customer..always paid my bills to them on the date they were due and used my phones discretley as possible.Like I say they receive at least $150 to possibly 200 dollars a month from me because we have always liked the phones and they have worked for us. I think they owe us money for memorial day and an apology. I will continue to spread this around so they will continue to lose customers. THEY ARE WRONG.

3-0 out of 5 stars who has bought this products , please give me some advice
If you have used this phone ( Nokia 3590), would you please let me know if it is really good, if there is some problem, does dealer charge you for sending it back to factory? do they give you some spare phone to use when it is in repair ? I hope you need not repair it for at least 2 years ( my contract is 2 year ),

thank you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nokia 3590 Go Phone
This is a great phone, i love this phone, the battery life is great i don't even have to charge it that much and it has great features like text messaging, call log, settings, calendar, calculator, games, internet, and much more...The Nokia 3590 is the best phone, the reception is good and the phone is small enough to fit in your pocket or purse, again, this phone is great! ... Read more


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131. Nokia 1260 Phone (AT&T)
by Nokia
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00007HFN2
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 2235
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Features

  • E-mail capability helps you keep in touch
  • Downloadable ringtones allow you to customize your phone
  • Internal antenna, picture messaging, and predictive text entry.
  • 3.75 hours talk time, 10.5 days standby time
  • Includes NiMH battery, charger, headset and user documentation

132. PCS Phone Samsung i600 (Sprint)
by Samsung
list price: $649.99
our price: $519.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0006FLC2O
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 1531
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Driven by a 200 MHz processor with 32 MB of RAM, this device allows you the freedom to productively manage your work and life while on the go.
  • Includes Microsoft ActiveSync (version 3.7) which allows you to synchronize your email, contacts, appointments, and task lists quickly and easily.
  • The software includes pocket versions of familiar software applications, such as Microsoft Pocket Outlook®, Pocket Internet Explorer 4.0, MSN® Messenger, and Windows Media® Player 8.
  • Vivid 2.2" diagonal TFT main display with 65K colors for easier Web browsing or reading email.
  • Built in speakerphone, voice recording and voice dialing.

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad phone
The phone's capabilities are extensive, and contrary to the other reviewer's comments does support T9 predictive input.

I would suggest any potential purchaser of the phone obtain the user manual from Samsung's web site (NOT Sprint's) as Sprint has left out many capabilities from the manual that are competitive to them.As an example, you can download and install custom ringers (free) from many websites, but Sprint's manual leaves the section out that describes how to install these, in hopes you will purchase ringer's from their website; as well as a section on voice auto-dialing that the phone supports "built in" but Sprint hopes for customers to use their paid service.

1-0 out of 5 stars Why I don'tlike this phone...
I'll keep this short. First, the i600 has a great display. It's also well built, with a really decent set of specs and a good keypad. There's even an extended battery pack that comes with this unit! And it benefits from the excellent Sprint 1xRTT data network.

But the i600 suffers from the restrictions brought about by using the operating system that is built into it (Windows Mobile Smartphone). The user interface is horrible and requires way too many key presses to do anything. The i600 doesn't support T9 predictive text, there isn't a built-in camera, no Bluetooth and no WiFi. I was thoroughly underwhelmed by this phone.

If you're a Sprint customer in the market for a Smartphone, go for the much more capable and easier-to-use palmOne Treo 650. ... Read more


133. Siemens CT66 Phone (Cingular)
by Siemens
list price: $149.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0007N3IX6
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Siemens
Sales Rank: 2667
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a built-in camera and support for advanced messaging and wireless Internet features, the CT66 is a great little companion. Plus, a vibrant color screen and infrared data transfer capability make this phone more than just another entry-level phone.

Design
The CT66's sleek candybar form factor sports a large, 130 x 130, 65,000-color display. An internal antenna means there's nothing to break off or snag on your pants pocket. Most of the phone's features and on-screen menus are controlled by a five-way center button above the handset's dial pad. In addition to infrared connectivity, a USB-compatible data port is also provided. The phone's CIF-resolution (352 x 288) camera unit resides on the back of unit. Lastly, you can dress up the CT66 with changeable faceplates.

Calling Features
The phone's built-in address book, which supports up to three numbers per entry, can store up to 1000 contacts for quick and easy management of your friends, family and associates. Twenty-five polyphonic ringtones, plus a vibrating alert, are built in and more ringtones can be downloaded from Cingular's MEdia service. Picture ID and ringer ID allow you to set graphics and ringtones for specific groups of callers. There's also a built-in speakerphone so you can have handsfree conversations.

Messaging, Internet and Tools
Support for basic text messaging and robust picture messaging are built into the CT66. Also, AOL Instant Messenger ships with the phone, so you can chat with your friends anywhere. There's also a built-in web browser for Cingular MEdia downloads and mobile web browsing. Cingular's MEdia service lets you receive and send emails, read news headlines, get weather updates, download games and ringtones, and more. Traditional text messaging, as well as picture and sound messaging are also supported by the phone. T9 text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

The CT66 supports the SyncML standard, meaning your data and contacts can be easily synchronized with your PC via infrared or USB. Other handy tools that ship with the CT66 include an alarm, a calculator, a calendar, and a to-do list. There's also a voice memo application for recording quick notes and reminders.

Imaging and Entertainment
Use the CT66's CIF camera to send photos to your friends while you're on the go. You can also customize the phone's wallpapers and screensavers to suit your tastes. Three games ship with the CT66, and more are available via the Cingular MEdia service.

Vital Statistics
The Siemens CT66 weighs 3.00 ounces and measures 4.10 x 1.80 x .70 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4.5 hours of digital talk time, and up to 220 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the 800/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
CT66 handset, lithium-ion battery, AC charger, user's manual. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Unnecessarily complex!
I was really excited about getting this phone especially since I'm not happy using a flip phone.Sadly, trying to figure out this phone is almost impossible.Common things like Address Book seem to be buried under several layers of menu.It's weirdly complex to try and figure out how to work it.In addition, it shut itself off in the middle of calls.I'm returning mine.

4-0 out of 5 stars A- performance but complicated
I have use so many cel phone brands. LG is the best so far. This siemens phone has all features you can imagine. However, the built-in speaker isn't lond enough. There are also some operating difficulties as well. I have to carry the manual around in the first week. Usually, with other brands, you can just play with the phone and go from there. For example, when using speed dial, firstly you have to push 5 and hold, the speed dial list shows up, then push the speed dial number you assigned. Unfortunately, the manual which comes in its box isn't the most recently released. [...] It's just complicated to look in Siemens website and find the CT66 manual because it's already discontinued.enjoy... ... Read more


134. Nokia 2285 Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
by TracFone
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00022Q1TK
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Sales Rank: 1629
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Overview

Compatible with TracFone prepaid cell phone service, the Nokia 2285 features a built-in mobile Internet minibrowser and plenty of phone and organizer features, all displayed ona five line, high-resolution 96 x 65 pixel screen. It's even color-customizable, with snappy Xpress-on covers (sold separately).

Calling Features

Used simply as a phone, the 2285 features Nokia's typical "candybar shaped" design and easy to understand navigation. Primary calling features include vibrating alert,voice dialing and commands for up to 25 numbers and/or menu items, as well as voice memo recording of up to 1 minute, among other features. Nokia also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf), and hearing aid support for the Nokia LPS-3 Loopset, (adapter and Loopset sold separately).

Messaging and Internet

The phone's cdma2000 1X microbrowser technology provides high-speed data transmission, email, and advanced messaging (text and graphics), the latter sporting predictive text input and up to ten text message templates and five graphic message templates. It's also GPS capable, for location based emergency services.

Organizer

The phone's organizer features include a phone book with up to 250 contacts with multiple numbers and text entries per contact; a full calendar with 100 savable entries/reminders; a to-do list with up to 30 savable entries; a calculator; currency converter; and an alarm clock with a snooze function. The organizer features can be synched up with your PC using the included Nokia 2285 PC Suite software.

Fun and Games

In addition to changing the front and back color of your phone with Xpress-on color covers (sold separately), the 2285 lets you choose from 35 included ring tones, download up to 10 new ringtones, or create your own ring tones using the included PC Suite software. You can also download Java applications, and play 3 games included with the phone: Snake II, Bumper, and Space Impact II.

Vital Statistics

The Nokia 2285 weighs 3.49 ounces and measures 4.26 x 1.96 x 0.88 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 3.6 hours digital talk time, and up to 11 days digital standby time. ... Read more

Features

  • Phone comes with a 10-unit airtime refill card, and charger
  • Simple-to-use navigation buttons and graphical screens
  • Large 5-line screen
  • Includes phone, charger and 10-unit prepaid card.

Reviews (22)

4-0 out of 5 stars Recommended....
....I would recommend Tracfone to anyone who wants to get away from cell phone contracts.Tracfone has been reviewed as a phone for the occasional user, but... I own one. ;-)I use my phone alot, [...] Tracfone's customer service has been complained about, but I've used them once and they got my problem solved.The only problem was that they sounded foreign (no disrepect 2 anyone)-- so I had to really listen to every word to make sure I knew what they were saying (a lil' communication barrier).

That aside, I've had an awesome time with Tracfone's service, and I'm sure you will, too! :) [...]

4-0 out of 5 stars Great and inexpensive for occasional use
I got two Nokia 2285 Tracfones for my wife and me after looking at the alternative of spending around $70 each month including taxes for the next two years with a Verizon contract (plus activation fees etc.). So far everything works great. Despite all the negative comments on the internet I found their customer service to be prompt, friendly and helpful. Yes, they have an accent, but so do I... Activation through the webpage is easy, although a little lengthy with dozens of numbers to type into the phone. I got a referral from a friend, which is worth 100 minutes and 2 months of service. I "referred" my wife's phone after activating mine, which gave us another 100 minutes and 2 months of service each. So we ended up with two phones which can remain active for the next 6-8 months and a few hundred minutes each, all for less than what I would have spent at Verizon every month.
I like the fact that you only pay 2 minutes per minute when roaming (roaming means you are outside of your normal calling area, around 50 miles from home depending on where you live), while a friend of mine recently complained about paying several dollars per minute when roaming on her 2-year-plan phone. With Tracfone there are never any surprises. Also calls of less than 15 seconds are always free, great for busy signals or when you just want to check if it works.
Tracfone does not have coverage outside of the US. This is why I gave it four stars. It would be nice to be able to use it in Canada.
Hope this helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars info.
The tracfones are good for people who don't require heavy cell phone usage. Basically you have to keep the phone active by buying month or year cards. If you run out of minutes then you have to buy more of those too. (...)

5-0 out of 5 stars tracfone...
I like my Tracfone so far. Mine is small and has good reception. The tracfones are good for people who don't require heavy cell phone usage. Basically you have to keep the phone active by buying month or year cards. If you run out of minutes then you have to buy more of those too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good
I have owned this Nokia Tracfone for four months and I'm very happy with it.


The phone...

The battery doesn't last as long as they say it does.I get about 72 hours on standby.I use it for emergencies and those times when I'm out and need to call home.I really like that you can enable GPS for 911 calls.A very good option for me.The display is very bright (doubles as a flashlight for me in a pinch) and the functions are easy to navigate.The built in games are cheesy, but fun when you're waiting and there's nothing else to do.

Tracfone's service...

I have no problems at all.Recently though, every time I send a text message the system sends me back one that says "message delivered" and it charges me .5 units for it.After a few wasted units, I learned not to choose "view" and to just choose exit and manually go to text messages where the first 10 characters are visible and delete it without paying for it.To me, they're just trying to force me to use a whole unit on sending one text instead of a half unit.Overall though, I find that I get the minutes I pay for and the service is A+ ... Read more


135. PCS Phone Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint)
by Sanyo
list price: $229.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000AYKXG
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sanyo
Sales Rank: 1867
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Large color screen supports 65,000 colors (120x144 pixels)
  • Integrated digital camera with 352 x 288 pixel resolution
  • Phone supports voice-activated dialing and polyphonic ringtones
  • Supports wireless Internet and text messaging
  • Includes standard and extended batteries, AC charger, user documentation

Reviews (56)

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor quality !!
I have had the Sanyo 8100 phone from Sprint for about 14 months. After my phone got to be about a year old, it's been slowly breaking despite much care on my part.I have not dropped the phone or done anything else to warrant all the damage.The hinge to flip open the phone has completely broken -first just one side broke and pretty soon the entire thing broke.Then just yesterday the display completely stopped working as well.According to Sprint, I am not eligible for a new phone for another 3-4 months so now I am going to be forced to spend about $200 just to get a new phone that will probably just break after a year. I'm completely dissatisfied.This is the first phone I've had that has been so cheaply made.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Phone W/Weak Battery
This is my second 8100 (1st one died as I left it in the washer) but to this date, this is the best Sprint PCS phone that I have used.This was recommended to me by the salesman at the Sprint store over a year ago.Here is the quick list:
Pros:
1)Signal:Rarely do I ever experience any drop calls with this phone compared to my last 2 Samsungs.
2)Display:Very clear and vibrant.
3)Quality:As soon as you pick up the phone you feel the quality that it is made.It does not have the Cheap feel on some of the Nokia and Samsung phones.My first one was made in Japan and this one is from Malaysia.Sanyo just makes quality phones.

Dislikes
1)Battery Life:The standard battery is weak.It rarely lasted more than 2 days when it was brand new and now its about 1 day for me.And I have 2 batteries.I purchased an extended battery on Ebay for about $10 and it works great.
2) Poor camera under low light:But what do you expect with a cell phone right?

Overall, its a nice phone I only wish Sprint would carry more Sanyos and Motorolas and stop carrying the terrible Nokias and Samsungs.

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this Phone, Just one small issue...
Almost all that needs to be said has already. Let me just say that I love this phone. Of all the cells I've owned, this Sanyo has the best reception, and quality of any of them. Of those were 2 Nokia, and one Keyocera.The only issue I have with it, is in low light situations, (read...night-time...) the number keypad is very low lit, and extremely hard to see. This certianly doesn't take away from the greatness of the phone, just a small irritation during 8 hours of the 24 in a day.

1-0 out of 5 stars This phone SUCKS!!!!!!!!
I live 20 minutes outside of San Francisco, my boyfriend and several other of my friends have not been able to get a hold of me by my cell phone. I have had so many dropped calls and sprint over charges for going over your minutes. I recommend you do not buy this phone or sign-up with Sprint.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally a Phone I haven't had a problem with!
I went through about 5 phones within a 4 month period always some kind of problem. Until I upgraded to the Sanyo 8100 which Im shocked to have now had it for longer than a year. I could have sworn it would just had lasted me about 6 months. So I rate this Sprint phone with 5 stars and I plan on staying with it till it dies or just stay in the Sanyo family. ... Read more


136. Samsung E316 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
by AT&T Wireless
list price: $249.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002NRMJM
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Sales Rank: 2051
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Compatible with AT&T cell phone service, the ultra light Samsung E316 phone features a VGA camera, WAP 2.0 Internet capabilities, advanced text messaging, and Java capabilities, all built in to a clamshell/flip phone format and displayed on a 128 x 128 pixel, 65k color LCD screen. The small outer display, visible when the phone is closed, provides color resolution as well.

Calling Features
Used simply as a phone, the E316 features a 4-way navigation key for easy access to a variety of handy features, including40-chord polyphonic ring tones, voice mail button, volume select/display, phone status indicator, call timers, redial, any-key answer, roaming indicator, phonebook look-up, phonebook scroll, mute control, no-answer transfer, usage alert, differential ring, a phone book capacity of 500 entries, and more.

Messaging and Internet
When you want to get online, you'll enjoy EMS and MMS messaging, which allows you to create, send, receive, and edit text messages with photo attachments, which you can take with the built-in camera and then send to any compatible cell phone or PC. There's also predictive text entry and instant messaging, for your speedy text messaging convenience. The E316 is Java-compatible, so you can download a wide variety of productivity and gaming software to further enhance your phone.

Organizer
Organizer capabilities on the E316 include a calendar, calculator, and a scratch pad function for quick note-taking.

Camera, Fun, and Games
The built-in camera provides VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels) and a handy, multi-shot function. This phone also includes customizable wallpaper and graphics, and 40-chord polyphonic ring tones. Since it's Java-compatible, you can also easily download new wallpaper, graphics, ring tones, and games, in addition to the ones already included with the phone.

Vital Statistics
The Samsung E316 weighs 3 oz. and measures 3.3 x 1.8 x 0.8 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at 420 minutes minimum digital talk time, and 216 hours minimum digital standby time. It runs on GSM 800/1900 MHz.

What's in the Box
Samsung E316 phone, battery, AC charger, earbud ... Read more

Features

  • Ultralight VGA camera phone with dual-color displays.
  • Java Capable, 65K color TFT LCD Screen
  • 40-chord polyphonic ringtone compatible
  • VGA Camera takes photos at 640x480 resolution
  • Includes phone and travel charger

Reviews (20)

1-0 out of 5 stars This phone does everything EXCEPT making phone calls!
I had this phone with AT&T service for 5 months, and that was the worst experience ever. Since the day I received the phone, it NEVER worked well. Not only the reception is bad enough, it drops calls no matter where I go in almost all the calls I made! Sometimes this happened 4 or 5 times in 10 minutes. Even my friends got sick about the phone. AT&T has sent me a new phone and another SIM card, but it never solved the problem. I do not deny that the phone looks very neat and has a lot of good features including a built-in video camera. But, I can buy a video camera instead, why do I need a cellphone if I cannot even use it to make phone calls?

1-0 out of 5 stars this phone sucks
I have gone thru two of these phones. The first phone had some sort of a short and lost data such as ringtones & games. That money went down the toilet.AT&T agreed to replace it with a refurbished phone, that means another E316 that somebody had a problem with. This one is worse. I have again lost data and also stored phone books numbers randomly.Now I have to deal with Cingular. AT&T does not make anymore new phones so I can get another refurbished piece of crap or migrate to Cingular and loose my AT&T unlimited minute special. Thanks a lot

5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone despite the novelties
I just got the e316 over a month ago and have yet to have a single problem with it. My last phone, a Samsung a460 was horrible, with lousy reception, and an unreliable screen that was prone to breaking if exposed to cold temperatures (a problem sometimes in the winter) or just ordinary use, not to mention a horrible battery.

However, the e316 gets reception everywhere I go, including some friend's basements that are notorious for bad reception. The ring tone volume (at the maximum) is noticebly louder than past phones I've had and can be easily heard from in your pocket even in crowded areas.

I've read reviews where people said the sound quality was questionable, but I've had no problems, and found it clearer than most other phones I've had or used.

It has lots of customizable features. It can utilize animated wallpapers and ring tunes that sound like actual songs (as in closer to mp3-like quality as opposed to just tones). The downside is that this seems to still be relatively new and so finding decent selections of either the animated wallpapers or the better ring tones (which seem to be called "real tones/tunes") can be difficult.

The phone also comes with one game, "fun2link", which is similar to the Windows puzzle game "Pipe Dream", where you use pieces of pipe to complete a circuit for liquid to go through within a time limit. You can download other games though.

The camera is what you would expect from a camera phone, in that the pictures are often grainy and over/under exposed (although the phone does have many different camera settings to help with this problem). If you want digital pictures, get a digital camera, however a good feature is that you can take pictures of people and "attach" it to the phone numbers in your phone book so that when they call their picture (or whatever image you assigned to them) will appear in the external screen of the phone.

Overall, I highly recommend the phone, although here in Canada with Rogers Wireless the price of $99.99 (CAN$) with a 3-year deal is pretty high. I was able to get the phone for less and on a 2-year plan and its a much better deal.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good small phone packed with features.
I picked up this phone and was actually suprised how small it is. It is extremely customizable too.

I bought it with AT&T and was worried that I wouldn't be able to use it after the merger with Cingular, so I took it down to the local cell phone shop and paid them fifteen bucks to unlock it. Now it works with sim cards from ATT and Cingular and anyone else that uses the same frequencies.

4-0 out of 5 stars
seeing people complain about static and bad reception is funny.try not living in the middle of nowhere and maybe your phone will work. ... Read more


137. Motorola V400 Phone (Cingular)
by Motorola
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B0001T3O58
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1545
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Overview

Compatible with Cingular service, the quad-band Motorola V400G cell phone features an integrated VGA digital camera, MMS with video clip playback, high-speed data transfer, and more, all displayed on a large, high-resolution 176 x 220 pixel, 65,000 color interior screen.

Calling Features

Used simply as a cell phone, the V400G features a 4-way scroll key with multiple dedicated function keys for easy menu navigation. Primary calling features include voice dialing, integrated speakerphone, vibrate mode, ringer profiles, missed call indicator, call log, and a phone book of up to 1000 entries, including picture caller ID functionality. When the phone is closed, its external screen (two lines, 96 x 32 pixels) displays caller ID, date, time, and various status icons, including text message waiting, voice message waiting, battery and signal strength, and voice and message mail. There's even a blue backlight for nighttime viewing.

Messaging and Internet

The advanced MMS capabilities built in to the V400G enable users to send, edit, forward, and receive image, text, audio, and video messages over the wireless Internet, to and from compatible phones or PCs. (Messages can run up to 100k in size.) You'll also get instant messaging capability, messaging templates, SMS two-way messaging, conventional email, and predictive text assistance. Beyond messaging, the V400G's Internet connectivity lets you access online services such as stock quotes, road directions, airline information, entertainment, and more. You can also download Java applications (version CLDC 1.0, MIDP 2.0, 100k per application limit) for which the phone provides 5 MB total (shared) memory. High-speed data transfer and download round out the package. The V400G supports digital TTY/TDD functionality for the hearing impaired.

Organizer

Organizer features include a calendar, calculator with currency converter, date book with event storage, and voice memo.

Fun and Games

For fun, the V400G sports a built-in 640 x 480 pixel integrated digital camera with a self-timer feature. Pictures taken with the camera can be stored in the phone or sent to others via multimedia messaging. The 5 MB of memory available for storing pictures is also shared with whatever wallpapers, screensavers, ring tones, Java applications, or games you may download from the Internet. The V400G also features 24 chord ring tone capability. Users can assign different tones for different callers in the V400G's phonebook, and assign separate tones to denote incoming messages, faxes, and reminders. Wireless multiplayer gaming capabilities and two included games, "Bejeweled" and "Prince of Persia", round out the entertainment perks of this phone.

Vital Statistics

This phone weighs 4.34 ounces and measures 3.50 x 1.90 x 1 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at up to 5.25 hours talk time, and up to 175 hours standby time. It runs on GSM 800/900/1800/1900 mode. ... Read more

Features

  • Tri-band GSM phone is notable for its high-resolution display, VGA camera, and MP3 ringtones
  • Camera features 5MB of memory, self-timer, saves images for Picture Caller id
  • Large 65,000 color primary display for Internet browsing, game playing (Prince of Persia included)
  • External caller id display for call screening, phone book with 1000 entry capacity
  • Ringtone support MIDI and MP3 formats, as well as built-in MotoMixer ringtone composer

Reviews (59)

4-0 out of 5 stars good phone
i do not own this phone but my best friend does and i use it alllll the time. the big prb. is that she has a LOT of droped calls, i will be talking to her and then she will not be there!! It gets really anoying! We take pics of EVERYTHING, the camera is really good, does not have a light, witch is bad sometimes because u can not take pics in low light. Allso if u move to fast after taking the pic it will show up dif.,like when you are loking at it in the pic menu and then close up on it it is two dif. pics. My friend has had to take her phone to get fixed a lot because the pic ID was not working(it still is not working). But besides the droped calls and the problems with the camera it is a great phone!!

5-0 out of 5 stars ALWAYS RELIABLE
I have owned this phone for about a year now and have never had any trouble with it as described by some of the other owners. I might add that I take very good care of everything I own. I have never dropped it or otherwise mistreated it. I recently purchased a V3 simply because I like the larger width, but the problem with the V3 is that there is no "Fast Forward" device that is designed to use with it. The V400 uses the "Fast Forward" which saves me a ton of cell minutes by forwarding my cell to my home phone number. I would really love to have this feature for the V3, but so far, I have been unable to do so. I still think in the long run, the V400 will outlast and outperform the V3, so I'm keeping it as a backup. It has never let me down and is sturdy to boot!

1-0 out of 5 stars Phone is good until earpiece dies
I have had this phone for about ~1 year. Recently I have only barely been able to hear the person I am talking to on the phone. At first I attributed this to maybe a bad connection, but then I found out a friend was having similar problems.I looked on the internet and found people were having similar problems.This phone is WORTHLESS, it can have all the features in the world but if you cant hear the person you are talking to what is the point.

I recommend not buying this phone.If you are looking to buy another motorola I would check to make sure that it doesnt have similar earpiece problems.

4-0 out of 5 stars Price too high here, phone OK
I really like my phone. I've had it for nearly a year. Well anyway, I've had 3 of them, that is. The first one decided that it suddenly wanted to work on speakerphone only so the girls in the dorm nextdoor could hear my mom crystal clear. So I called Cingular for a replacement and got it. Wretched machine, it died when it said fully charged 2 days after I got it. So I called them up yet again for another replacement. The sales rep. was rather bewildered but I did infact send it off. In fact, as an apology of sorts, they sent it on priority mail with no extra charge to me, so I got it the next day rather than in a week and a half. I'm hooked on Cingular's service and this new phone also has a year warranty for any manufacturing glitches.

That being said, this third one is working like a charm. The reception is pretty good and I love the features. Oooo, better yet, I realized that it also works in select areas of Mexico so when I go there with my church, Mom can call me w/o having to risk getting someone who doesn't speak English. (...)

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad Phone
my husband had not one, but two of these phones in less than a year and they were both lemons!The first one he had, the person on the other end could not hear you talking at all - it was like no one was there!The phone was brand new! He had it replaced with the same phone and this one you could not hear anything on it!He finally sent it back and just got a totally different brand of phone entirely.I don't know if we just got two bad phones or if this phone is just not a good phone.Either way, we'll never have another one!!! ... Read more


138. PCS Vision Picture Phone Nokia PM-6225 (Sprint)
by Nokia
list price: $229.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00023DFSO
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 3263
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Compatible with Sprint cell phone service, the Nokia PM-6225 features an integrated VGA (640 x 480) camera, MMS, half-duplex speakerphone, FM radio, Java-compatibility, voice dialing, and more, all displayed on a high quality backlit "full graphics" 128 x 128 pixel, 4,096 color screen.

For calling, you'll enjoy a dedicated voice mail button and indicator, plus call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, any-key answer, speed dial, mute control, no-answer transfer, one-touch 911, differential ring, and a phone book capacity of 500 entries. Nokia also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) compatibility with phone adapter (adaptor not included).

Get online, and in addition to access to stock quotes, weather, movie times, and more, you'll also enjoy SMS two-way mobile text messaging, downloadable ring tones, and four games included with the phone: Water Rapids, Bounce, TriplePop, and Beach Rally. Since the PM-6225 is also Java-compatible, you can download more Java-based games and applications from the Web to enhance your phone. A PIM is included along with a calculator to help you manage time and finances, and data can be transferred and synched with your PC using the built in infrared feature. There's also voice memo if you just need to take a quick note.

The digital still camera has VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels) and sports a 10-second self-timer for your convenience. The PM-6225 weighs 3.46 oz. and measures 4.21 x 1.81 x 0.83 inches. Its batteries are rated at 156 minutes talk time and up to 168 hours standby

What's in the Box
Nokia PM-6225 phone, lithium ion (LiIon) battery, travel charger, start here guide (with activation information, the Sprint terms and conditions of service and warranty information) ... Read more

Features

  • Feature-packed phone with VGA camera, speakerphone, internal antenna and FM radio
  • VGA camera takes still images @ 640x480 resolution and featues a auto-focus lens
  • 128x128 pixel, 4,000 color display for crystal clear images
  • Integrated speakerphone and voice dialing make communication a breeze.
  • Includes phone, rapid travel charger and user documentation

Reviews (15)

4-0 out of 5 stars Okay little phone for the price
I like my little Nokia PM. When I went to buy it I just wanted the cheapest phone that was a little better than my LG I was using. I had my land phone cut off because people only call on my cell phone. I was going to get the plain Nokia but this one was on sale for just 10.00 more. My college age kid has the Sanyo 8200 and I won't lie her camera is fantastic because it zooms and has a flash but for an extra 10.00 I always have a camera handy and most of my pics have come out pretty decent. They always look better once they are on my PC. I haven't used the radio on the phone. I didn't get it for that purpose but I have the headset. Sprint's been decent to me and I got this in the Sprint store so for the price it is a good deal. Cell phones are just so expensive now due to all of the gadgets. This is a good basic phone. Don't expect expensive phone reception or expensive phone camera options when you are paying the bare minimum for a cell phone. I give it an A.It serves my purpose. Has my phone book in it and I don't lose calls like I did on my old LG phone.

2-0 out of 5 stars Cute But Useless
I have had 2 of these phones within in a 2 month period and I just went to the sprint store so that they can order me another.The phone is cute but it doesn't hold a charge and even with good frequency it manages to still cut my calls.
The speakerphone option SUCKS! you can't hear anything and it always sounds like theres a fuzzy echo in the back ground and it's also like that when I'm using the handset.They should have left it without a camera it would at least been 1 less thing for people who own this phone to complain about. Other phones have the option of zooming in, the kind of flash that the phone has and the sounds it makes when you take the picture, Well no none of that and on top of that the pictures are terrible in good lighting or not in good lighting, The color always looks weird.Also you can't assign ringers to everyone that is in your phone book it's one ringtone for everything and everyone.I love the phone cause it's cute but I can't stand the phone because it doesn't do none of the things that all my other phones use to do. It has a radio but there's a special kind of headset that you use and that's all good and well but it's pointless when you can't enjoy what you bought it for in the first place.Also the web option is extremely slow and when you log off the internet you have to shut your phone off and turn it back on so that you can make a phone call cause other wise you won't be able to until like a 5 minute or so wait, Why? I don't know. DON'T BUY THIS PHONE YOU WILL BE EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED, LOOKS ARE DECEIVING!!!!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Nokia has made better ones in the past
I having been using Nokia brand phones for close to 10 years now.I have tried Ericssons, Panasonics, Samsungs, etc... and I still prefer Nokias to all of them.For starters, the menu design is great for the technically inept or for older folks who just want the basics. My favorite Nokia models were the 6160, 6162, and 5160. Those models ran off of a TDMA platform with AT&T as the service provider and this one is CDMA.This particular model is pretty basic. I hate flip phones so this was one of a few options available to me.The display is pretty good - clear graphics and color.I'm not a big fan of the keypad layout - it dips in the middle and I prefer it flat.I do like the fact that it is backlighted though.Talktime and standby time are plentiful enough for the standard user.Hands free options for this model stink.I haven't found one that I like yet.In lieu of a decent headset I've been using the speakerphone option which works pretty good.I don't need the camera phone and could do without it but if you are into stuff like that then you should invest in a case for the phone otherwise in less than a year your viewfinder will get scratched up due to its terrible location. Additionally, I prefer the keylock function on older models. Used to be that you could just hold down the endkey and it would lock.This model requires you to press the menu * option.If you are looking for very basic gear on the inexpesive side this is the phone way to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars one of the best phone in the market
camera. speaker phone. stereo FM radio. two places you can plug in headsets. can store 400 phone numbers. email, internet. a lot more...

Don't even listening to other viewers' words.Go do your own research.

it gets great signals.I had a samsung, i will not waste my money on that brand.Made in Korea, do they make good stuff?Go figure.Nokia company is from enrope. If you go to asia and europe, the majority of the cell phones you will see on the street is Nokia.Only stupid "Bush controled" the country use damn samsung and LG etc.

Take a look at those who gave bad reviews,they are from the midwest, southern states.Freaking farmers and corn eater.Just like those who voted for Bush.

wake up "brainwashed bush controled" people. Get out side the box.

3-0 out of 5 stars Hissssss & Camera is just name sake!
Pros:

Decent battery life
You can set profiles and each profile having a diffrent setting forringer,screensaver etc
You can group your contacts as VIP,Family etc and have the phone ring only when it is a call from family ..

Cons:

There is always a constant hiss on the speaker.( i am comparing this to my sanyo)
Squeaky noise- looks like something is going to fall off.. whenever you press a button you hear the sqeak!
Camera is absolutely useless!.. Minimal resolution
Speakerphone is not loud.I would want to use a speakerphone when i drive, This is not loud enough for the road noise. I can hardlyhear anyone ( I live in NJ .. so you know that i would drive slow!) ... Read more


139. Nokia 6820 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
by Nokia
list price: $349.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00023M8QO
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 1729
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Overview

Compatible with AT&T cell phone service, the Nokia 6820 is one of Nokia's series of phones featuring a cleverly-designed flip-open QWERTY keyboard, intended to provide quicker and easier text input. When the keyboard is in use, the 6820's high-resolution 128 x 128-pixel, 4,096 color screen automatically rotates from a vertical to a horizontal orientation for easier viewing. There are also a bunch of other great features with this phone, including a digital CIF camera and video recorder, Bluetooth infrared data transfer, voice dialing, mobile Internet connectivity, high-speed data transmission, and more.

Calling Features

Used simply as a phone, the 6820 features a 4-way joystick for easy navigation to a variety of calling features, including voice dialing for up to 10 numbers, voice commands for up to 9 items, integrated handsfree speakerphone, and the ability to record and send memos, conversations, and sound clips (up to 90 seconds). You'll also get the usual array of polyphonic ring tones, calling modes (including vibrate) and much more. Nokia also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf), and hearing aid support for the Nokia LPS-3 Loopset, (adapter and Loopset sold separately).

Messaging and Internet

The phone's snappy new design makes it ideal for messaging; you can actually type on the QWERTY keyboard, no more hunting and pecking through the ten key system. In addition to text and picture messaging, you can also send up to four linked messages with up to 160 characters each, and take advantage of distribution lists and predictive text input. The 6820's XHTML browser provides high-speed data transmission via GPRS or EDGE, and access to work and private POP3 and IMAP4 email accounts. You can also send MMS (multimedia messaging service) packets containing combined image, video, text, and voice clips to compatible phones or PCs. To expand your phone's functionality, you can download additional Java applications to add to the ones already included with the phone: E-mail Client, Instant Messaging, Converter, World Clock, and Portfolio Manager, among others.

Organizer

The Nokia 6820's organizer features include a 3,000 character notepad function (now easy to use with the flip out keyboard), as well as the usual phone book with up to 500 contacts, a full calendar, and a to-do list with priority levels, among others. You can also sync up your organizer data with your PC wirelessly via your Bluetooth connection, using the included software (Sync ML or Nokia PC).

Cameras, Fun, and Games

An integrated CIF digital camera lets you take 352 x 288 pixel photos, which you can view on the phone's 4,096 color display, or send to your computer or via MMS to a friend, using the XHTML internet connection. The camera provides night shooting mode, a self-timer feature, and a video clip recorder. Additionally, you can add thumbnail-sized photo images to contacts in your phone book, change your graphical user interface with a variety of themes, and download new ring tones to add to the onesalready included with the phone. There are also two games included with the phone: Bounce, Bowling, Chess Puzzle, Water Rapids, and Backgammon

Vital Statistics

The Nokia 6820 weighs 3.53 ounces and measures 1.85 x 4.21 x 0.79 inches. Its Lithium Ion batteries are rated at a minimum of 490 minutes digital talk time, and 420 hours digital standby time. It runs on the GSM at 850/1800/1900 MHz. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

In the Box Nokia 6820 cell phone, 850 mAh Li-Ion battery, rapid travel charger, headset, and AWS SIM card. ... Read more

Features

  • Flip open phone for full QWERTY keyboard
  • Use Bluetooth to connect with other wireless devices
  • Camera built in with 2x digital zoom and video capabilty
  • Send text messages with MMS & SMS or email using POP3 & IMAP4
  • Includes the Nokia 6820 phone, 850mAh Li-Ion Battery, Rapid Travel Charger, Headset, AWS SIM Card¿

Reviews (42)

1-0 out of 5 stars First and last time I buy a Nokia...
This going to be one long story....


I bought this phone in July 04, and started having problems with it by Thanksgiving.It stopped charging.First I thought it was the charger, but tried it with another charger, did not work.Tried the charger with another phone, it worked.Turns out the "charging port is defective."Before I sent it for repair/replacement, it started working again.The trick was you have to slide in the charger's pin at a certain angle.Oh well, being as lazy as I am, I continued to use it that way.

Then sometime around January, I realized I was missing calls because the phone was choosing not to ring sometimes!No, the ringer is not turned off or anything; it just does not ring.

Shortly after that, the backlight on one side of the keyboard when flipped open stopped lighting up.Half the keys are not visible in dark.

To top all off, when battery is almost empty, and I slide the charger pin in at a special angle, and the phone recognizes the charger, I started occasionally seeing the "Battery Full" message on the screen.It's got a mind of its own, will not charge when does not feel like it.

I started asking around, and realized the "Battery Full" problem was actually common.

My carrier is (was) ATT, and they have this replacement guarantee, which I tried to benefit from.They ask questions to figure out if the problems are because of misuse.Yes, I dropped it, but not in water, not on concrete.Yes, there are scratches on it, but I put it in my purse along with my keys and stuff, sure it's going to get scratched.It does look used, but not abused or over-used.So ATT tells me, they'll send me a brand new replacement, and they'll inspect the faulty one that I return to them.If they inspect and decide it is a usage problem, then they're going to bill me for the full price of the phonewhich at the time $400.Thank you, but NO thank you.Even if it really is my fault the phone has all these problems and I am going to end up paying for a new phone, I'd rather not pay $400, and definitely not for the same Nokia.

I've used cell phones from other manufacturers.My first-ever was an Ericsson that I used for 5 years with absolutely no issues (other than, of course, battery change) until it was too bulky and unfashionable to carry around.I figure it's not my usage, but the phone's quality that's the problem.

Anywayssss, I sent the phone to Nokia's own repair center to get fixed.That was exactly 21 days ago.Status?Still waiting for parts!And no idea how much longer I will wait.

Moral of the story, too many problems in too short a time -> low quality product

Too slow response to repair -> not good customer service

Unhappy customer -> never-to-buy-another-Nokia customer

5-0 out of 5 stars Gr8 phone...as far as its intended functionality
This is an awesome phone.....But its not for everyone....The primary users should be those who are messaging addicts...Do not buy it for its camera feature

4-0 out of 5 stars Finally a phone that not a toy.
For some reason cell phone makers keep moving into making more phones that are more like toys. Musical ringers and games couldn't matter more to me.I recenty got this phone and have phone i really like.A couple of feature that I really enjoy are:

1.Its easy to read the text on the screen.And in some applications you can even adjust the text size.

2.Fast user input.I'm use to typing on text messages on a normal keypad, but the option of opening up a qwerty keypad is a nice change.

3.Access to my POP email.This was the selling feature for me.The phone has an application that I can set to download email from my business account directly to the phone.This is much better then using the browser.

4.Speaking of browser, it has a decent one, but the EGPRS data transfer is the best part.Very fast.

5.Bluetooth Connectivity.I can backup my contacts, notes, pictures, etc right to my PC.And if you have Outlook, you can have a full sync to your phone.(If you have Outlook Express like me, you can only sync your contact list.Still good enough.)And i'm looking forward to using it with a headset soon.

6.It has normal ringers.I know thats not a big thing nowdays, but I like my phone to sound like a phone.I'll totally miss it if its some musical melody or song (and it comes with a few musical ringers if you must have one.They don't sound half bad and you can download more.

7.Sound quality is great.People can clearly here me.And the speaker phone works well, even in the car.

The reason i'm giving it 4 stars is because there are a few areas Nokia could have improved on.The battery life on the phone runs about 3 days on a normal charge.Its not that bad a headache, but I've used a few 6 day battery life phones.Also, while the screen color and has some tight pixels, its also has a slow refresh.And the camera quality is very low.I didn't get it for the camera, but I've seen much better quality on other phones.

Overall this is a phone that I am very pleased with and it may be replacing my palm soon as I can more comfortable with it.I would suggest this phone to anyone who likes to have access to their email has a good serious business phone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nokia really missed out with this phone
This phone has a large array of features that you think would be useful. If you are wanting a camera phone...go somewhere else..liek the lg1400...I love Nokia...but this phone takes small tiny pictures...even for a camera phone...and dont even dare think about shaking any..lol....It is a novelty cam at best...other cams offer twice the resolution...The screen is small and not too sharp....and it does NOT have a speakerphone...it is called a loudspeaker...Cingular was quick to point that out to me. It is no where close to what you hear motorolas volume at. Especially the nextels ..which can be too loud....I find myslef having to put it on loudspeaker if I am in a noisy place and holding it up to my ear....the volume just isnt too great overall...or maybe I am just going deaf at 26. It is a cute and small phone...nice conveniant size...and the keyboard is surprisingly easy to type on...I have enjoyed that part of the phone a lot..The battery life is nothing like what amazon reports it at....so dont get your hopes up there...Nokia is taking a step in the right direction with this phone...and they have a lot of useful orginizational tools here...just treat it as a mid grade phone that introduces you to the nicer things and you will be fine. These newer phones are not as sturdy as the old 5100s and such so be careful...:)...

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome phone!
This phone is great because:
1.It has a QWERTY keyboard.
2.There is a camera.
3.You don't have to press numbers to write a message.
4.It includes the phone, charger, battery, and headsets.
5.You can download gmes, applications ,and ringtones.
6.The phone has a videorecorder that records a while.
7.The phone has a recorder also.
8.It is very easy is to send a message because it is made for messaging.
9.This phone is great! ... Read more


140. Nokia 6360 Phone (AT&T)
by Nokia
list price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000068WQF
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 2406
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Compatible with AT&T cell phone service, the Nokia 6360 features Internet connectivity, mobile messaging, infrared data send, and more, all displayed on a high quality, black and white LCD screen.

For calling, you'll enjoy custom ring tones, multiple number entry per name in your 500-entry phone book, a dedicated voice mail button and indicator. There's also voice dialing, voice commands, call timers, redial, missed call indicator, call log, any-key answer, auto-redial, speed dial, mute control, one-touch 911, and usage alert. Nokia also supports TTY/TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) compatibility with phone adapter (adaptor not included).

To help you get organized, the 6360 includes a 5000 event calendar, a calculator, 3 minutes worth of voice memo capability and more. You can wirelessly send information to your PC via the infrared capability (with Nokia PC Suite, sold separately). Get online, and in addition to access to stock quotes, weather, movie times, (and more), you'll also enjoy mobile text messaging with text templates and predictive assistance, plus and numeric paging, downloadable ring tones, and five games included with the phone: Snake II, Racket, Pass 'n Rush, Space Impact, and Pairs II. The 6360 weighs 5.8 oz. and measures 5.2 x 1.9 x 1 inches. Its batteries are rated at 120 minutes talk time and up to 96 hours standby

What's in the Box
Nokia 6360 phone, standard battery charger, extended 1000 mAh LiIon battery, charcoal battery cover, hands-free headset (ear bud) ... Read more

Features

  • E-mail capability
  • Internal antenna
  • Infrared port
  • Up to 5.2 hours digital talk time and 14 days digital standby time
  • Includes Li-Ion battery, charger, and hands-free headset

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars A very good phone, if growing very outdated
This is a solid phone all around.It doesn't have a color screen, it doesn't have a camera, it doesn't have wireless bluetooth technology or the hottest games around, but what it does do it does very well.It has very good audio quality and good singal strength.It is all around a great phone, but does little else but act as a great phone.For someone who doesn't need lots of fancy features and just wants to be able to make calls, this is a good deal.

4-0 out of 5 stars good phone
this is a good phone. it is lightweight and compact, has 5 built-in games, a voice memo recorder, and voice activated dialing & commands. you can download up to 20 ring tones, store up to 500 contacts with up to 5 numbers and 4 text entries per contact in the phonebook. you can also stay connected with up to 5.2 hours of talk time and up to 376 hours of standby time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid Phone
My first digital phone was a Motorola DPC-950 in 1996

I've had this phone for over a year (two?) and have to say it is well made. I've dropped this thing on the floor, the road, the desk, probably more than 30 times

It has no color display, no fancy ringtones. But it DOES have an external antenna jack, and combined with a little magnetic mount 10 inch tall cell phone antenna on my car and a cable ran through the trunk I love this thing on road trips. Coverage in the boonies with the antenna ($40) is superb.

It ain't fancy, but if what you want is a phone that makes and receives calls this is a good phone. It is TDMA.

1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon is great.. phone is great, just say away from AT&T
WARNING: AT&T representatives ("Dawn: R361" and "Max: N360") themselves said during my troubleshooting (as detailed below) that I should NOT have bought through Amazon, and that they have received a barrage of complaints from Amazon buyers!I still really like Amazon, but they're integration with AT&T is non existent.People should not have to wait 2-3 days for service after they receive the phone.Buy the same phone on Amazon, but a different carrier.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest sound and Coverage in a Cell Phone
I love this phone.It is sturdy, won't break or come apart if dropped, is very feature rich for the business or home user.
I never have experienced an inability to get service even in the remote mountains of Colorado, and the fields of Kansas and Texas when I travel.Crystal clear reception, when my friends newer, next generation phones don't work, I hand them mine.
Excdellent! ... Read more


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