"It was a nice phone"5.0 starson by narn3049
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Summary: I got this phone (Silver) in 2006 and my GF-at-the-time got the Pink one. I had been coming from the Motorola ROKR. I had definitely been spoiled by iTunes and the way the songs were on my last phone, but I had decided I wanted to try something new out, this was the NEW thing because it was thin. I was a little ticked that Cingular (IS NOW AT&T) at the time had no means of warranty for this device, and being it was so thin and expensive, if you broke it, you were kind of in a pickle.
The features, were awesome to say the least. I got it and set it up with all of my information, and began to work on it. Unlike Verizon, Cingular/ATT left their phones without any bloatware, just as Motorola had shipped it to them. That meant, that Bluetooth file transferring worked. I put ringtones and pictures on this phone.
It was pretty durable for how thin it was. Considering I dropped it more then a fair share of times, and didn't use a case of any sort on it, it held up well. I had issues towards the end of using it of it keeping a charge, and I tried 2 different batteries. My issue was basically it would only turn on if you held the power button in, and go immediately off once you'd let go. I couldn't try a different phone without paying, because being this phone was so expensive, Cingular didn't want to have to offer a plan for it.
i ended up going with the LG F9100. It wasn't a bad phone. I really loved the razr though. Just wished it would have lasted longer then 1 year. OH AND ALSO, I saw on a forum that this gives off more radiowaves then other phones. This might be something to consider as well, although, I mostly text.