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Motorola V600 Handset Reviews

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From: Phil
Email: philnicholas58@aol.com
Date: 2 November 2003 04:01:04
Comments: Biggest pile of shit i have ever owned. Bought 4 for family members and all have crapped them selves in the last three months. The providers who have issued them should give us our money back. just bought a Nokia 6820 which leaves it back in the dark ages... anyway having lost the handbook does anyone know how to reprogram the bluetooth head set to match the phone.
Thanks
Phil

From: Pesky
Email: pesnikinja@aol.com
Date: 1 November 2003 01:01:01
Comments: Hrmm... am now on my third V600 in three weeks. First one just stopped working - wouldnt switch on at all. Second one, the display became fragmented. Impressed? No, me neither. The battery life is cak, the sms storage is less than impressive, the games upload and java enabling is so incredibly difficult its untrue, the bluetooth is all over the place. The user handbook might as well be written in Japanese for all it's ease of use.
I had siemens for four years, and wish I'd stuck to it. This phone is useless.

From: darren
Email: darrendefreitas@hotmail.com
Date: 10 December 2003 02:00:09
Comments: what games does the motorola v600 have on it?

From: bellbrother
Email: bellbrother2005@yahoo.com.au
Date: 9 December 2003 22:01:01
Comments: where do i get videos clips for the phone?

From: miguel
Email: m712@bellsouth.net
Date: 9 December 2003 20:01:07
Comments: I expected much more. As a cellphone dealer I was expecting the V 600 to be on point, instead it's just looks. it drops calls often and is not as durable as Nokia models. The only thing that I really like is the bluetooth capability. The earpiece is very comfortable. 3 out of 5 stars

From: makis
Email: makibene@in.gr
Date: 9 December 2003 00:00:09
Comments: Could anyone know how can i store the sms or how can I increase the storage of them.
How can I transmit games in this phone

From: Lisa Nickson
Email: lisa.nickson1@btinternet.com
Date: 8 December 2003 09:01:01
Comments: Looks good, but pictures are not as good as nokia 6600, neither is the signal, it drops calls all the time and when you flip the phone open, you have to hold the top bit forward to take pictures - wish I'd stuck to nokia

From: kaz
Email: kaz_1105@hotmail.com
Date: 8 December 2003 07:01:04
Comments: Could anyone with this phone let me know how many text messages it can hold?

From: Samantha
Email: pinksamantha@aol.com
Date: 7 December 2003 18:01:09
Comments: The Motorola V600 is great. Mine holds about 60 messages. The camera is great. It is quite hard wearing I dropped mine on a concrete floor, it bounced a few times and was fine. It is quite heavy, but at least you know it is there

From: bennny simms
Email: funkysmoothcriminak@hotmail.com
Date: 7 December 2003 15:02:01
Comments: This fone is so goog. It is a best i@ve had coz of the style and the great camera but shane you can not record video clips

From: maria
Email: maria20011@hotmail.com
Date: 7 December 2003 06:01:09
Comments: i love this fone, by far the best one ive had. my boyfriends is the only other one ive seen btr (sharp gx20)as it records videos. this fone holds about 50 messages or so. the games r gd the camera is of great quality and the predictive text is the best ive seen. the different coloured lights for different people is great, overall it is a great fone and i would recommend it to anyone

From: ricky
Email: theoffsprin09@hotmail.com
Date: 7 December 2003 04:02:00
Comments: so far so good i love this phone any 1 who reads this should get this phone

From: lodhz
Email: usmanlodhi@hotmail.com
Date: 6 December 2003 16:00:09
Comments: Great Phone The best predictive text feature ever. Remembers the last selected word for a combination and prioritises it for next use. QUESTION(s): Does it have a built in answer-phone? and does it have a stop watch?

From: Lou
Email: avanti@freenet.co.uk
Date: 6 December 2003 16:00:09
Comments: The only way i've managed to assign different lights when people call is to store them in the phone memory and assign a category, then assign lights to the catergory. There doesn't seem to be a way of assigning lights to individuals, only categories.

From: cool dude
Email: cooldude@hotmail.com
Date: 6 December 2003 06:01:05
Comments: can u only hold 10 messages??????? its SUCHa nice fone looks really gd and is rly gd

From: Justin
Email: SuperChargedLV@aol.com
Date: 5 December 2003 04:02:00
Comments: this phone is very user friendly, it would be the best on the market if they had used the same windows tech. as they did in the MPx200, but i still give it 5 outta 5 good build and sturdy phone..

From: Shanee
Email: shaneebruno@yahoo.com
Date: 5 December 2003 04:01:04
Comments: I love this phone Its hip and sleek and my boyfriend (who owns an i90) envy's me i have been able to personalize my phone with ringtones and screen savers, but I would like to know how does one assign different lights to people that call you? The manual does not make that very clear. Also, can you record with this phone? Camera record? If so, I would like to know how. But, still, this phone was worth the money. I would definitly recommend this phone to anyone

From: sheva
Email: sec@yahoo.com
Date: 5 December 2003 02:02:03
Comments: The big downside of this great phone is that it does not store the SMS in the huge memory but only in the SIM card so after 10-15 messages the SMS memory is full and stops receiving messages. The V60 had the same problem it is unbelievable that they didn't improve this - Motorola is still 2 years behind Nokia

From: wtf
Email: d546q23xy5q43@hotmail.com
Date: 5 December 2003 00:01:04
Comments: fredric, such a useful review, thanks for your wisdom.

From: sarah
Email: betty_boo_20@hotmail.com
Date: 4 December 2003 21:01:05
Comments: i was wondering how many text messages this phone can hold? i have heard so many bad and good points so confused whether to buy it

From: Andrew
Email: asolness@optusnet.com.au
Date: 4 December 2003 06:01:08
Comments: Australia - I've had this phone for a week. Very attractive, great internal display, good camera (providing lighting is good), lots of features although iTap predictive tect is not as good as T9 - not enough short cuts. Provision for external aerial is good when installing in a vehical. Found there are too many steps for enabling your Bluetooth device even though I reprogrammed the external smartkey as a Bluetooth shortcut. Receive audio is fair although a bit tinny sounding and transmit audio seems to be the OK. The major downfall of this phone is the extremely poor battery life Doesn't get anywhere near Motorola's claims. If your a serious phone user don't bother with this one. I charge the phone daily and only use it for calls i.e. no games, pictures, or text, and the battery will only last about 12 hours before indicating low. My old T39 would go at least 48 hours. You can have all the features in the world, but the're of no use if the phone is deadin yor pocket So close, yet so far

From: fredric
Email: 1225@yahoo.com
Date: 3 December 2003 22:01:08
Comments: DA FONE 2 GET ITS ABSOLUTLY WICKED AND I LUV DA COLOR(BLACK) AND I LUV DAT IT AZ A BLUETOOTH AND I AM DEFINATLY HAPPY DAT I GOT DIS FONE INSTEAD OF DA SAMSUNG E710 SHIT

From: Darren
Email: dlburg@orange.net
Date: 3 December 2003 19:01:07
Comments: I have had this phone for the last few days and its great. The build quality is excellent and the sound it produces is crystal clear. I have even made a dew MP3 ring tones and placed them onto the phone and they work realy well. The only minor problem I have is I'm not too sure how to assign the lights to come on when different people ring me? I'm not too sure if this can be done or not as the book is not clear. Anyway great phone, get it while its hot....

From: Binda
Email: sattykooner420@hotmail.com
Date: 3 December 2003 19:01:02
Comments: can any one tell me how to download the clips for a motorola v600 and watch them in colour. i have no idea how to do that and this is my first phone that has a camera and a phone that you can watch clips on.

From: BULLER!!!
Email: unknown
Date: 3 December 2003 09:02:02
Comments: GET IT Mp3 Ringtones are de way

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