Pros small phone, extra long battery life, good reception, easy to work with, sturdy (dropped it a couple times, no harm done), reliable... and yes, there is a small gadget that allows talk & charge at the same time
Cons accessories are scarce (mostly online), but that would only bother someone who has to change the phone's looks to match the mood of the day.
Pros Light. Best thing is that it's the end of May when my AT&T contract allows an upgrade
Cons Sound quality awful. Battery is anemic. Keypads too small even for my small fingers. Keypad too sensitive, in that a light press delivers repeated digits. Doesn't ring for most calls!
Pros Full-featured, great speaker, cheap, small, light, good battery, easy menus, attractive design, great reception, charges very fast, no problems really.
Cons no color screen (but I don't care), small keys take some getting used to.
Pros Very small size makes it a pleasure to carry. Good sound, speakerphone could be louder as well as ringtones.
Cons Battery life is terrible. Just using the features on the phone drains the battery. Phonebook is the worst. Only one number per entry. Who makes a phone with this limited cabability? There is no way to lock phone except to turn it off and back on agai
Pros I like devices that are small and simple to use, and the C56 is both! Fits in a pocket. Even the recharger is tiny. Very good sound quality. Ringer loud enough to wake me. I've travelled with it in cities, on the highways and in the mountains, and I
Cons It occasionally switches itself off in my pocket...but I don't know if I'm to blame for forgetting to set the key lock. Battery endurance isn't the greatest, but the recharger is small enough to take along, and I have a car charger also.