8125 smartphone -not that smart! Frustrating to use.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Cingular 8125 Smart phone. Frustrating to use. Too slipery to hold. When pushing the button to take a picture the phone slides open. Can't see screen in outdoor lighting-so unable to take photo's, and use keypad. Buttons get turned on by themselves. Not quite so smart!
Excerpt: Dunno why anyone would read a review for this relic... but it WAS a very good phone. Why? solid keyboard... Decent preformance. Good bright screen thats somewhat readble in bright light... Oh yes. Bluetooth, wifi. Its got that. Though its GSM Edge beyond that, no 3G here. Does have pretty good singal quality tho, and with some fiddling using custom roms can work at full 300kbps edge rather than the older 150kbps edge...
Cingular Wireless 8125 Smartphone - Great for working remotely
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I used this phone for a remote job. Of course, it had phone capabilities, but it also doubled as a modem! That was very convenient at times. It also had a camera and a touch screen to name just a couple other features it has. I don't know all its features as I didn't use if often and didn't have a users' manual. One of the keys on the keyboard didn't work as smoothly as the rest.
Excerpt: The cingular wireless i825 smart-phone is just taht, a smart phone. it offers all the amenities of a handheld laptop, and is a phone all in one, which will allow for phone calls and text messaging. it has a variety of features, limited to but including: gps, internet, music player, itunes/ napster, etc. along w/ all features of a normal cell phone. A few drawbacks of the phone is, being the most major drawback to me, that it is not a touch screen phone.
Excerpt: This is a great phone i had one for over a year and it did everything i could possibly want a pda/phone to do. couldn't began to list all the great features. also there was plently of 3rd party apps to make up for any "shortcomings". oh one thing i HATED(and this may not be true of all 8125s) but if i let the battrey die it could not be charged again.
If you aren't afraid to go bulky, this is the best cell buy.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Cingular 8125 is a some what bulky phone, just over the size of a credit card, but about 3/4" thick. The phone is very easy to use, and not unlike a computer for those of you not sure if you can use it or not. As a smartphone, it not only functions as a phone, but is also my calendar and planner; my mp3 player; my solitaire junky fix; but also my external storage drive.
Excerpt: hey guys i have a question about the phone i got it from my friend and i got a new battery for it cause the old on was dead. so when my new battery came i put it in and was very happy about the phones performance. but, when i turned it off one night to charge it i woke up the next morning and couln't turn it on.... and still can't here is the question is this phone always suppose to be on?
Excerpt: wow just got this phone its so advanced even though I got it "unlocked" PROS: -Awesome qwerty keyboard -Amazing sound -Great for business -When they have phones like this I don't understand how Blackberry is still in business -Just look at the style -HTC Wizard v.s.
Excerpt: Contains all that you really need to be "mobile" in real sense. Has a mp3, video player, wi-fi, bluetooth, gprs, loads of momeory (in terms of mini sd), great cpu processing power, loud sounds, good looks, mobile windows, lots of applications, mobile office, qwerty keypad. cons - heavy to carry around, but still much better than carrying all the above mentioned things individually. gr8 product. i love it, even though it's a bit outdated.
Excerpt: I got this unlocked from an online store. I loved it, then T-Mobile changed the ports on their TZones access. So I couldnt access the internet unless I got the 29.99 Total Internet Plan. Nah, I dont think so. Still a great phone though!!