Excerpt: I thought this phone looked pretty stylish when i ordered it, not so sure now. Although it can take a lot of punishment (mine only broke after being run over by a truck), it looks a bit like a toy phone. The screen is a nice sized, black and white, backlit effort. You can adjust the text size to your preference. The menus are well layed-out and fairly clear to read. Navigation of the menus is easy enough.
Excerpt: I have had my phone for about two weeks and I have had no problems with it. This phone gives me the chance to ring or communicate from anywhere around the world. The best features of this phone is ringtones that you receive and the value for money you get from using this phone. It is a good design, light and stylish. It compares with my old phone Nokia because it was bulky and did not have the features that this phone has.
Excerpt: It has been updated and is not colour which to be honest is a bit old fashioned. It is also impossible to romove the sim and put it back in. It has a very long lasting battery. It is quite cheap now which is useful. The sim takes a lot of info. It is quite small and fits well in almost every pocket. It has a lot of extras and has good games including the classic tetras.
Pros: Efficient, good battery, numerous extras
Cons: bad signal, quite complicated to use, sim is difficult to remove and put in, not colour
Excerpt: The T65 is a great looking phone, even if it will always play second fiddle to the T68i, it's bigger better equiped (more expensive...) brother. They were released at around about the same time, and whilst I would never tell someone who could afford the T68i to go for the T65, that is not because the T65 is a bad phone. I changed to a T65 from a Siemens M35i, because I dropped that phone in a puddle which turned out to be rather fatal.
Pros: Small, light, big screen, GPRS, EMS, big SMS memory etc .
Excerpt: We had an old Nokia which as it turns out was far better. The buttons are even too small for my wife to use with ease, and she has small fingers. The screen is a good size and clear, with an easy to use menu. The phone book is very useful, with extra numbers being able to be stored. Reception is not very good, and seems to be badly affected by electrical equipment, computers, etc.
Excerpt: I thought that I had lost all of my messages and numbers when I left my Nokia 3330 ontop of my car and drove off, shortly to see it get run over by the car behind!! What was left? Not much unfortunately, yet the sim card did seem promisingly unscaved!! I called Vodafone and they took me through the usaul rigmarall of insurance and they agreed to send me a new handset but did warn me that it might not be the same one.
Pros: Good design, easy to use, good reception, good batery life
Cons: A little fidley at times, poor selection of ring tones, slow texting
Summary: Per l' epoca in cui è uscito, è sicuramente un cellulare perfetto! Indistruttibile e fortissimo, come non ce ne sono più ai nostri tempi, ma allo stesso tempo offre dimensioni ridotte, design curato e molto bello, e schermo ampio, come ce n' erano pochissimi a quel tempo! Grandissima autonomia (utilizzandolo normalmente anche una settimana senza ricaricare la batteria) ottima ricezione, e tantissime funzioni.
Summary: Ho dovuto riesumare questo vecchio telefonino in attesa di uno sblocco da parte di Tre che deve effettuarmi su un altro Ericsson e che tarda a fare. Lo avevo comprato ancora anni fa in sostituzione di un cellulare che si era rovinato e non mi dava affidabilità. La cosa che mi ha incuriosito e che poi ha fatto propendere per la scelta di questo telefono è che la batteria è conglobata nel telefono e non è asportabile se non dalla casa madre e non dovrebbe mai venir...
Summary: Vi voglio parlare del mio vecchio cellulare, l'Ericsson T65, acquistato 3 anni or sono in un'offerta sottocosto dell'Iper di Cremona. Se penso che tre anni fa mi sembrava di possedere il cellulare piu' tecnologico del mondo e adesso.... quante cose sono cambiate! Comunque io non sono una di quelle persone che cambia i cellulari come i vestiti. Lui, poverino, la sua funzione la fa... e anche abbastanza bene. E per ora non mi sento ancora di mandarlo in pensione...