Motorola V60, T300 and Siemens


T300 with battery off


 My first impression of the T300 was that it's thick with retro design and low screen quality. The phone is light 3.56 oz (101g) for its size 4.17"x 1.89" x 0.83" (106mm x 48mm x 21mm) and not very confortable to use. I It has no external antenna and no flashing light like T68 For some people the light on t68 is vey annoyng, for others like myself very helpful (easy to find in the dark) I found the newly design joystick-button very useful especially if you use your phone not only for communications but playing games, set up appointments, writing SMSs, etc. Being a Motorola (v70) user for a while I couldn't get use to the boxy look. However the poor design is balanced with colored faceplates and screen appearance that can be changed to fit any mood and personal preferences. T300 comes in 3 colors - Mystical Green, Midnight Red and Icy Blue. Four more different covers are available as accessories, including the entire screen and phone front. The T300 also has a choice of several preinstalled themes. They let you change the text color and background graphics in your display. You can download more and different themes from the Web (


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T300 / T306
  • Display 101 x 80 pixels
  • Battery 700 mAh(6.75h talk time)

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