Excerpt: I usually like motorola phones, they are easy to use and don't have too many different, hard to figure out features. This phone is no different. However, the sound quality is not that great. I hear a lot of static or crackling on the phone - it could be that my particular set has this problem because I bought mine refurbished. The battery life is horrible.
The motoming a 1200 is not the best motorola phone ive had.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought this phone, Motoming A 1200 a few yrs back when it was brand new touch screen technology. I think that i what was wrong with it, it was jusst ahead of it's time. Now it just sits in my husbands junk drawer collecting dust. I have been meaning to get the screen replaced on it. Just haven't gotten around to it yet.
Excerpt: I am not going to rant about the brand because if these last years Motorola has showed they can really be BIG if they want to. But that being said, let's move forward with this MOTOMING A1200 "Smartphone".First of all, it's laggy, you can't even navigate through the phone without waiting 1-5 seconds between pages. Camera is awful, no matter how you take the picture it is always blurry and out of focus. Applications?
Excerpt: While this phone is good, I would add a bit more volume to sound, both the music as ring tones and messages. something that stands out from the motorola is the quality of the camera, their image is sharp but it could slightly increase the megapixels, and in the case of the A1200 include a focus mode and automatic digital setting instead of the classical switch which is above the camera. In conclusion of this model highlight the good quality of the camera, although the...
Excerpt: I purchased the "Ming" version of this A1200 from Hong Kong. Motorola Asia / HK upgraded this phone for a nicer LCD screen (compare to the old E680i ) and the screen can be protected by the transparent ear piece cover (nice touch!) This phone has quite a bit unique built-in features that the other European version don't. First and the most important of all, it has a unique Chinese character recognition features that allow user to input Chinese characters with a touch...
Summary: I chose this phone because I had a RAZR3 I really liked, but it stopped working after several years of use. I tried a slide phone (Motorola ZN300) and hated it (the phone was fine, except it was too small and I just don't like the slide feature). This was one of the few flip phones available. I got this phone from J&R Music and Computer World. They shipped it out the next day and I got it the day after that, ahead of schedule.