Summary: main complaint is there is no english user manual (just chinese). also there is no english manual on the motorola website--which is wierd. no speaker phone option. no alternate ringer tones, the standard ringer tone is annoying. phone settings are limited. another odd thing is if you search by product name on the motorola website--you get No Results. ts too bad because its a nice little phone but very disappointing support from Motorola.
Summary: Nice phone, but after searching for about 6 hours trying to find the settings so it could work on the internet and not being able to find them I gave up and returned it. Rotomola does not even list this phone on their website.
Summary: Great dual SIM GSM phone. The instructions are NOT in English but for anyone with a basic knowledge of how a phone works it is very easy to learn. Camera is OK, nothing special but it is a cheap phone. Battery last almost a full 48 hours with average use, My father in-law uses the phone and does not have any email or any data at all to use for the phone, calls and SMS text messages only.
Summary: Perfect little phone for people who call and text mostly. Instructions are in Chinese but it seems easy to figure out. It's light and thin. For the price, it's definitely worth it. Can't say much about durability since I got it today but I'm satisfied so far.
Summary: This is an unlocked dual SIM GSM phone. Does not have wifi. One SIM has 3G capability. Battery lasts for days. The radio is very nice, allows you access to alternate music venues. Very light. Touch screen and full keyboard.
Summary: One of the problems with this phone is the users manual and all included printed material is in Chinese. I contacted Motorola directly and this phone was not manufactured for sale in the United States so they do not have an English version available. They have a quick start guide on their web site, it's not much help. The sound quality is bad. It does not show you the name or number when sending a text. Keys are hard to see.
Summary: I have had the Motorola EX223 for several months now and I have two major complaints: 1. No way to select vibrator vs sound for alerts or calls. It appears to have a vibrator because with some menu selections it will acknowledge with a slight shake. 2. You can turn the volume down from maximum of 7 to 0 and you will not get a ring when a call is received; however you will still get an alert sound every time there is a text message and I have not found anyway to turn that...
Summary: all i want is to talk and txt. ideally any Blackberry would work! but AT&T forced me to get a data plan, which i would never use! so i searched everywhere for a nice qwerty phone. i have tried the cheaper Dr Tech IP88, and that worked for 4 months till the phone died thanks to poor build quality. and then i found this Motorola EX223. i love it!!! it is so slim. the kb is great for texting. the build quality is very good! i did not even know it has a touchscreen!!!