Motorola V535 User Reviews Back
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I have had this phone for about a week and so far i am impressed with it. The camera is clear, it is easy to use and over all it is an excellent phone. The only thing i have bad to say about it is when a message comes up it tells you who its frm without reading it but i can overcome this for such a terrific phone! The lock application is such a gd idea!! overall this phone rox sox!
I picked up this phone about a month ago after holding on to my Ericcson for the longest time. I have had no complaints except that the speaker volume doesn't get really loud (for crowded places). I have never had any problems with it and all of the menus are extremely easy to browse. Bonus - through AT&T/Cingular retention program I got this phone or $149.99 out of pocket and that came with a $50 mail in rebate - $99.99 for a solid phone. I also picked up a Motorola bluetooth headset and have no problems between the two. A very solid purchase.
its been beefed up..
i bought this phone no more than a week ago, and from wot i can c it is a pretty good. i was impressed with the video capture and surprised about how much it costed only. "$439" and being with vodafone it is so cheap to send MMS. the games r alright. the one thing i wished it had was IRD (infared). in the past 2 yrs i hav had about 6 phones (paying around $200 for each) this phone was worth $240 extra dollars. overall this is Wicked.
Hey i saw all the crappy reviews and i must difer. it is sooo complecated. if you want a reliable phone buy the V600. My aunt has that phone and it is really good. it is worth your money. trust me i am a phone freak..................
The Motorola V550
Hello, i'd like to first comment on how wrong your post is, my friend has this phone, i've been on it several times, it is an amazing phone, the menu system couldn't be any easier to understand, simple display pictures with pop up screens for each lower down menu. The camera is very clear, storing pictures and accesing them is very simple and he has connected his bluetooth and it does not crash his pc, i think your comment is completely incorrect, and if they want a good phone, buying this one would be a good idea!
Had this phone for a day & i'm not impressed at all! Maybe it's the fact that im used to Ericsson's easy menu system and the fact that you can turn off predictive text input and the Bluetooth actually works and doesn't crash Windows XP like the Motorola V550 did! Maybe i'm being to picky about some of the features but it would be nice to have an SMS counter so you know how many have been sent. They might all be small problems but when you think that the phone is quite new and the T610 has been around for some time it would be expected for the features listed above to be available on the V550. If you want a phone that has features like a video camera and camera zoom then go for the V550. But if you want ease of use, a fantastic menu system, predictive text that can be turned off, bluetooth AND infrared then the Ericsson wins hands down!