“This is a nice phone that has many features you'd expect in a cell nowadays. Great call/sound quality and reception. The build is slim and simple yet very sturdy and durable. Its got bluetooth, which is now a must in some states like California. Mp3 can be stored on micro-sd cards and VCAST music is on there and pretty easy to use. The one drawback on this phone is the camera. It take ok photos...” --chgiang
“My dad bought one of these a little while back. I've had the opportunity to use it several times, and it has a number of pros and cons. On the plus side, it looks really cool.... very thin (as all the RAZRs are) and sleek looking. Battery life is good, and it is a rather simple, easy to use phone. On the minus side, it doesn't have many features that fancier phones do. For me, that's a big turn...” --dordal
“Phone is reliable to make and receive calls, listen to music and use the bluetooth (even stereo bluetooth for listening to music). I bought this phone to use the internet on it, more than the MP3 or the camera. Camera takes very good pictures but you have to be close and steady, because takes time to the actual shutter to go on and pictures will come out horrible with the slightest movement,...” --Antonio
“I obtained two of these phones in a buy-one-get-one-free deal on my Verizon Family Share plan. The phone was pre-Verizon-standardized-UI and had a nice interface. The top half of the clamshell swivels so one can close the phone back up and see the larger color screen on the outside of the phone. The camera quality was okay, but it didn't take too long before I had to sell the phones because of...” --pgens
“I may be remembering only the later part of this phone's life, but I couldn't wait to get rid of it. It was a very simple phone that was quite small and light. But the operation of the phone left much to be desired. My major complaint was the slow response time for virtually every button (numbers or menu options). Often I would hit the button to read my text messages, and there...” --chumkey
This replacement for the K323 is thinner and lighter, while adding a color external display and (on some versions) support for CDMA 1700. Other features of this affordable clamshell phone are similar, including a VGA camera, Bluetooth, speakerphone, BREW, and voice dialing.
Nokia 3205 is tri-mode CDMA phone and successor of 3200. It sports color display, built-in camera, 1xRTT data, GPS, polyphonic ringing tones, speakerphone, FM Radio, Flashlight, digital TTY, PIM feature, J2ME, WAP browser, voice dialing and voice recording.
This entry-level tri-mode CDMA phone features a color display, voice dialing, Java or BREW (carrier-dependent), full-duplex speakerphone, and changeable faceplates.