- (March 12, 2005) This is a high-end phone for the advanced businessman, quality oriented phone enthusiast, or world traveler. It's so feature rich, many would only find its advanced features a waste. It is however, the wave of the future and a novel gift idea any "techie" will love. As it is a "flip" phone, it covers its buttons to unwanted key presses and its small slim design makes it perfect for carrying in a pocket. Unfortunately, Cingular does not currently insure it if purchased there, neither do others. It must be returned to Motorola for repair and carries only a one year warranty from date of purchase should this be necessary. This should make you think twice before a purchase if it will be su
- (April 18, 2004) I found this software not to be very compatible with Outlook. I spent many hours massaging the Outlook data to prepare for the phone by setting up a separate category, only to find that the Phone Tools software did not accept Outlook categories and I had to set up a separate folder. Then the data duplicated the data in my phone when I synchronized. I spent hours trying to clean it up and each try corrupted the data more. Also, the backup did not work and I lost the data that I had started with in my phone. Finally after uninstalling and reinstalling the software I was able to synchronize the contacts. However the Outlook folder I am "syncing" with had to be configured far differently from my
- (June 15, 2012) it a good price.
- (10/31/2013) I just received my new Samsung Galaxy S4 cell phone & it's great! Very easy to use and it does everything! Wonderful product.
- (09/21/2013) The new Nokia Lumia 920 offers Windows Phone 8 with multiple improvements such as better performance, multi-core processor support and much more. Nokia has also managed to customize some app different from competition to offer a change for the customers. Some of the popular apps include Nokia drive, Nokia Maps as well as others such as Nokia music app. Aimed for younger people’s taste the new Nokia Lumia 920 comes in glossy red, glossy white, glossy yellow, matte black, and matte cyan. But the first thing to be noticed would be the trend of Nokia going against slim devices as the Lumia 920 is a bit to heavy to hold. For the exterior the company chose polycarbonate unibody chassis which goes around the device though the left side is completely bare for the Micro-Sim slot on top left side. Honestly, the only thing I got confused was with the way this phone handles unread emails. Lets say the app tile displays a "7" to indicate that. However once you open the app the tile goes to 0 even if not a single mail has been read. I don't really care about notification center but please let me know the mails/emails i haven't read. To be honest, the 920 achieves something truly great. There's something magical about it's presence. Almost as it makes you feel special.
- (09/17/2013) I specifically was looking for a phone case that could also hold my security badge for work - since I always have my phone with me, it solved the problem of my leaving my badge at my desk. Okay, it also protects my phone, which is a good thing too. Downside is, it won't fit into my leather phone case, which protects the screen when I drop the phone into my purse. The 'dots' add a bit of fun to it!