Excerpt: First the phones design si sleek ang amazaging but it lacks some good qualities. One example is the screen resolution, I wish motorola made it higher. Second is that of the camera, it only has a VGA camera which i think should be better to make the phone more sleek ang better.
Excerpt: Okay, it feels great in your hand, it is easy to use. I use it with Suncom. The reception on this thing sucks. My wife has an inexpensive flip Motorola, the V505 I think and it gets 10x what this does.
Excerpt: ok i just got this phone about 3 weeks ago. personally, i am a person who enjoys " hi- tech" phones. if you are too, than this phone shouldnt be your first choice. it has pretty much basic features. the speed dail doesnt work very well, and it doesnt have any good ringtones.
Excerpt: I have trouble with the Bluetooth on this phone. 1. It only stays in discoverable mode for 60 seconds. On the Nokia N70, once the bt is activitated, it stays that way until you turn it off manually.
Excerpt: Just got this from ExpanSys. $214 (but I've seen it for a lot more other places). I bought it for the form factor. I carry my phone in my front pants pocket, so I'd probably have a bar phone even if I didn't hate flips. It's significantly thinner than the E398, though a bit wider.
Excerpt: The Motorola L6 is the Stoke City of mobile phones. Its definitely not the prettiest or most flamboyant of products but it is reliable and consistent in its performance. I purchased this phone in September 2008 as a temporary replacement because I had broken my previous phone.
Pros: Easy to use, small, lightweight, good calling/messaging
Cons: Small memory, poor camera, poor reception, small keypad
Excerpt: This phone is good if your looking for cheap, candybar simple phone which can do simple text and make a phone call. Memory: it doesn't have expandable memory, and the memory it has is SHOCKING, i text a lot and i only use this phone since i washed my beloved nokia 5800, well back to the memory...