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Nokia 6030

Nokia 6030

“I loved this phone. Friends teased me eventually because it's a bit old school (no camera, etc) but it met my needs perfectly - easy nav and shortcuts, good screen, good battery life fm radio (which I love for my walks to work), good sound quality, etc. I eventually upgraded to a new phone but definitely held on to it as long as I could. Don't think they still sell them new but if you're...” --pickynerd

100% Positive Reviews
Motorola L6

Motorola L6

“This phone does the trick.  I like the way it looks and the sound quality and battery life are fine.  It's nothing all that special though - pretty basic.” --mattjmclean

100% Positive Reviews
RIM BlackBerry 8703e

RIM BlackBerry 8703e

“I got this phone used from a friend but I absolutely love it. I just moved to the DC area and I would literally be lost without it. I'd wanted a Blackberry for a while and used friends a time or two but now that I have mine it would be hard to turn back. I always seem to have service, even when others don't and I've dropped it numerous time and it's stood up to the ware and tear. It's super...” --Beck16wil

100% Positive Reviews
LG CE110

LG CE110

“Compared to my old Nokia phone that this phone replaced, the sound quality and reception are noticibly worse: I'm on the same network but I have more dropped calls than I used to, and the phone often renders voices unintelligible. The interface is poorly designed, too.  Several times it has completely frozen (just like Windows does) so that I had to turn the phone off and on again to use it. ...” --skolemizer

50% Positive Reviews
Motorola V600

Motorola V600

“ Despite being an older phone, the Motorola V600 can still get the job done. It has an integrated VGA camera, Bluetooth, ringtones, can do any type of messaging that you’d like, and it can run Java applications. Users can even change the front covers if they want to. All of this comes in a moderately sized clamshell package.   The call quality on the phone is pretty good, provided that you’re...” --xxfury2xx

100% Positive Reviews
Samsung Instinct M800

Samsung Instinct M800

“CONSnavigations sometimes does not work with full signal strength,  SUCKS ASSdoes not sync and let you use lotus notes for office emails,  SUCKScamera only works good it you are outside in the sun. Can live with itCan not receive a call while already on phone with someone and make a conference call of it. You need to make both the calls to make a conference out of it. SUCKS ASSDoes not support...” --CrazyGadget

0% Positive Reviews
RIM Blackberry Pearl 8110

RIM Blackberry Pearl 8110

“As most people have said, the biggest con to this phone is the semi qwerty keyboard instead of the full qwerty of the curve.  I don't write many e-mails so this does not bother me at all and I love the size compared to the curve.  This is the second smart phone i have owned and blackberry dominated the cingular one i had before.” --mmoser10

100% Positive Reviews
RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130

“Blackberry Pearl 8130 activation experiences, setup, and functionality comments.This unit was my first experience with a Blackberry, so some difficulties I document are just interface learning curve issues. I set the unit up on the standalone data plan as a new line on my account for $35/month. It was no problem at a Verizon store, though my first try was with a telesales CSR that never sent me...” --pgens

100% Positive Reviews
Nokia N82

Nokia N82

“OK, Short and sweet.Great looking screen, handles music photos and video very nicely, probably the best media oriented phone on the market.  The GPS is great to have the maps are free but turn by turn will cost you a subscription fee that is not cheap.  wifi was best used to download ngage games and the camera takes spectacular images.The buttons are just not very practical, small little...” --static

100% Positive Reviews
LG Dare

LG Dare

“ - The touch screen works well, and switching between landscape and portrait views seems to work so in those respects LG is getting closer to the iPhone. The onscreen keyboards seem to work well, though I much prefer the landscape keyboard. - I didn't really like the "two main menu" way of doing things on the Voyager (i.e. menu button gets a screen of commands, and touching the screen brought...” --pgens

100% Positive Reviews
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