Summary: Love the camera and phone! It is like two in one and takes great pictures. The only feature I don't like is that if I miss a call it has a missed call alarm and I can't seem to figure out how to turn it off! Great product!
Awesome phone , if mine ever quits working I will get another one like it.
8 September 2012
Summary: Takes pretty good pictures for a cell phone, wish it had more memory, but it does have a slot for a memory card. I've had mine for over a year and have never had a problem with it. Easy to use , im by no means Mr technology so if I can use it anyone can.
Summary: This is the third phone Ive purchased. Still love the clam shell style! This phone takes really nice pictures and is easy to use. Have had trouble in the past with the charging port, hence just buying a new phone. The time on the outside of phone is very small, unfortunetly there's no way to make it larger. Comfortable to hold. Battery life not so great if your a talker and phone does tend to get hot.
Summary: Great phone. Love the style and design. Easy to setup and easy to used. Speakerphone sound loud and clear on the far end. 5MP Camera picture is good and simple to use. Battery life is good lasted pretty long.
Summary: I love this phone. The swivel head makes taking pictures a snap! lol. Though the battery life leaves something to be desired (about a day and a half on medium usage and a bit less that a day with heavy usage), but the phone seems to charge fast. I love the camera and how clear the images are. The only thing I don't like about the camera is that you can't edit the pictures after they're taken. You can't rotate, add things to the image, or add a filter to the image.
Pros: Though there are indeed disadvantages to this phone, the ruggedized feature is incredible. The following story is absolutely true. My husband washed his cargo pants through a full cycle in the washing machine, not realizing his cell phone was buttoned i
Cons: I found the contact information lacking. I can't find a way to store mailing addresses. Names, email addresses, multiple phone #s per contact.....yes. Mailing addresses? No. If anyone finds a way to do this, please post it! Secondly, at the time we
Excerpt: The Casio Exilim C721 is a basic, relatively cheap (I got it for $20 on Verizon) flip phone. I wouldn’t even say that though. The Casio Exilim is a nice, relatively cheap camera… with a phone built in. This is not at all meant to sound negative, as I actually very much like this phone. The phone itself makes calls and is decent for texting, with a pretty basic (but completely functional) T9 input setting.
Summary: The phone is really rugged. In my engineering class I placed it in a bowl of water. We then called my phone and it still worked! I've thrown it across my room to prove how strong it is. It's INDESTRUCTIBLE! There are barely any scratches on it! There is one flaw: the software. Why does verizon contract Casio to build indestructible phones, yet program it with terrible software? The network speed is incredible. It downloads media faster than any phone I've used.