Motorola V600 reviewMotorola V600 9
Battery life I've experienced with the phone is more the excellent. With normal use (around 30 minutes of talk-time), the user should be able to get 2-3 days of stand-by.
Reception and Sound Quality
Not the greatest performer in the signal reception department. It had definitely better signal then Samsung E715 and worse reception then Nokia 3650.
The sound quality is excellent. The speaker is very loud and no sound distortion is noticed. The phone also features built-in speaker phone for easy handsfree conversations. Again the speakerphone sound quality is very good.
There are not many quad-band phones with camera, bluetooth, JAVA and MP3 player on the market. Motorola V600 is one of them. With excellent design, large 176 x 220 TFT internal and monochrome external displays, E-mail client, and VGA camera and a range of customization options like changeable faceplates and themes, the V600 is an excellent purchase. My only serious brag is about the picture quality produced by the camera.
- Quad band operation (850/900/1800/1900 Mhz)
- Excellent TFT screen
- iTAP supports word completion feature
- MP3 ringtones support
- Very unsatisfactory camera performance
- Phonebook system can be better
- Mediocre RF performance