this phone is a great. i love it. I 'm gonna buy it again. though it's a second hand cellphone..
1 October 2009
Excerpt: I had motorola v3690 when I was in my first year of college. It was 2001, which maybe this phone was not very suitable for me, since i was a college student, but the design of this phone is very sophisticated and very classy. That's what i like the most about this phone.
Excerpt: I was a late starter in the world of mobile phones; I'd resisted them for many years. However, the time finally came where I decided that one would be far too useful to do without. I'd seen adverts for the lovely Motorola, and when it was free with my contract I had to have one.
Excerpt: Is it me or is it mobile phones general? I really have lost count of the mobiles I’ve had, and had to replace, usually just after the guarantee runs out! Every one of them seems to come equipped with its own inbuilt ‘characteristics’ – intuitive text function anybody?
Excerpt: Sexy phone. Sorry about the analogy. I have had my V3690 for over a year now, mine doesn't have some of the features that are available now, such as voice activation, but it still works fine. I really like the look of this phone and find it really practical to use.
Excerpt: After being a bit of a Nokia girl for the last few years, I found that the battery life of my phones seemed to drain markedly quicker over time than some of my friends phones of different brands.
Excerpt: The Motorola V3690 is in my opinion a great little phone. It weighs only 82 grams, and has many useful features such as voice activation, silent vibrate and a large capacity phonebook. It comes in four colours, blue titanium, black and champagne. The titanium model looks the best in my opinion.
Excerpt: Since I first saw this phone I wanted to get one, so in May this year when the opportunity came to upgrade my existing phone, I leapt at the chance. The only choice I had to make was if I wanted to spend a little more money and get the V50.
Excerpt: I was desperate to get my hands on the sexy little V3690, so I got around to ordering it in April when my old contract with BT Cellnet ended. I liked my Nokia 3210 as it was very easy to use, but it seemed prehistoric in size compared to the new phones coming on the market at that time.
Pros: Looks good, small and lightweight
Cons: Severe lack of ringtones, no text messaging name identification, badly set up voice activation system
Excerpt: My first phone was a Nokia 5110 I got it free when I signed up for a one year contract with Vodaphone. THis phone was nothing but trouble from day one. The second day I had this phone the plastic front fell off, so I had to go back and change it for another one.