Pros slimline, good call quality, great internal display
Cons terrible picture quality, small letters on the buttons
Summary I have had this phone for 24 hours and I really miss my LG CU500. this one is pretty good and i guess i will adjust. it has a nice heavy solid feel to it. when i assigned a ringtone to someone in my address book, it also made the same sound for a text message from them. i didnt want that. if anyone knows how to possibly fix this, please let me know. The letters are very thin and small on the number buttons and the number keypad is very close together and it is easy to hit the wrong keys. not happy about this phone. as i said, i miss my LG. anyway, thats my 24 hour review...
Pros sleek styling
Cons terrble voice quality
Summary I have no idea how cnet arrived at a 7.6 rating for the v3xx with kudos for voice quality. The reality is, voices sound like they are underwater. There is also a regular gurgling sound as the regular voice is not transmitted properly.
The pros of the phone are twofold. First, the styling is very sleek. The gray v3xx looks as sleek, shiny and nice as flip phone outside of the V2 Razr.
Also, the AT and T network is pretty good at getting a signal in places where T Mobile cannot.
The voice quality is less than impressive. What's the point of a strong signal if the voice quality is not there?
PS: I'm a regular customer, not a rep for any company.
Pros Good reception
Cons Too many, see below.
Summary I bought this to replace my (dead) V3.
The bluetooth doesn't work at all.
I can't use the email because I don't use a mainstream provider.
The soft keys are no longer cusomizable.
They got rid of the messages button.
My Motorola Mobile Phone Tools software doesnt work with it, so I have to re-enter all my contacts manually.
I'm returning it and looking for a used V3.
"Good Phone"on by lwgx
Pros Battery Life, compact and good looking phone
Cons Voice Recogonition Software Is Poor.The Camera is only fair
Summary The phone is compact,and fits in the hand well,I mean it's not one of those little tiny phones that makes you look like you are talking into your fist.The battery life is exceptional,I have gotten three to four days on standby.This phone in the silver finish looks rich.The reception is above average eventhough it does not have an external antenna. The screen is small but clear, as a pure cell-phone excells. as an internet device It would not be my first choice.
Pros It has 3G with cellular video and faster data speeds
Cons The spring for when the phone flips open is weak
Summary The motorazr looks neat and takes good pictures. It also has Edge, 3G, and Bluetooth. The camera is a 1.3 MP which could've been a 2 MP, but it still takes great pictures. The external screen is a color LCD screen which acts like a viewfinder for the phone. Being able to watch videos with Cellular video is neat. The only real complaint I have is that the phone's spring, like all the other razr's springs is weak and sucks. Other than that, the phone is pretty well featured and is a great phone.