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People posted on Jan 05, 2007, 7:21 PM

7.0

The sounds

Dont really know why they lock the keypad!!! vvery very annoying!! Cant find any answer from the internet as well, is there anyone could help to solve this problem?
Getting in to my nerves!!!

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yp posted on Jul 29, 2006, 7:29 PM

9.0

ok

very stilysh. if your 1st choice is on look buy this phone. looks like LG Chocolate, but with 50% less money.is you are after functions, buy nokia
2 problems:
1. you cannot change the sound of the keypad tones (even if has 5 choices). it reamin blocked with the annoying "beep". i dont know if is a bug of all or only mine is blocked.
2.after you have more then half of memory full does not read anymore the .xls documents

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gook posted on Jul 15, 2006, 11:55 PM

8.8

sgh-d520

This phone has a remarkable feel to it. The only down fall it does'nt have external memeroy. The headset feels like surrond sound when playing mp3....

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Crany posted on Jun 03, 2006, 2:41 PM

8.6

this phone great

this phone is cool cut it doesn't have an external memory set

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Jon Mariano posted on May 27, 2006, 7:16 PM

8.8

D528 is very nice

D528 is good value for money. It looks great, it feels good in the hands, it comes with two batteries and they last a long time (3 to 4 days standby, in a full charge). It too isn't very expensive.

The only negative I found is when you're doing a lot of SMS, the phone is a little difficult to handle. When the keyboard is exposed, the keys are actually at the lowest end of the phone and if you're not careful, you're going to drop it as it might tip over.

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