Summary: The motorola V70 gets great reception and it is a head turner. I always get complemented on it. The only problem I have with it is it's screen and keypad are small so if you text alot its not good for you. Other than that i love it.
Excerpt: "...they are quite small. The Motorola V70 has a stylish small design with a 360 degrees rotating cover so it does appeal more to the younger generation as it is more a fashion statement than a mobile phone, but overall the Motorola V70 is a great mobile phone and is definantly worth buying even if it is just to show off down the pub! ...
Pros: cool small design makes it easy to fit in pockets or small bags for girls ! the cover spins to cover keys making it easy to open and helps when phone is your pocket or bag as it is virtually impossible to press the buttons whilst the cover is down
Cons: small buttons can be hard to see what your pressing in the dark, and it is easy to press the wrong buttons as they are so small
Excerpt: "When I bought this phone it was great – compact and reliable for what I needed it for.. that was before I discovered a few weeks later the introduction of the colour screen and built in cameras phones. I have to say that its extremely light weight, and compact to use, and requires only one hand to operate. The pivot of the cover is an excellent feature and baffles everyone who picks it up. Pleasantly Surprised I found the cover is quiet durable, ...
Pros: very compact
Cons: lack of features compared with all the new phones .
Excerpt: "This phone is small very light and compact. It has a swivel front panel which is able to rotate in both directions to flip open. The phone is slim line, it has a round glass front which looks alot better than the picture. The settings for the ringer can be set to vibrate, ringer or both, There is a volume control,which can be set quite high. Games on the phone include blackjack. Able to download ringtones. There are not many more features ...
Excerpt: "As Phil Mitchell would say, I love my motor'. Before this my list of exes included a Phillips Savvy and a Nokia 3330. Having the Savvy was like losing your virginity to a 21 stone momma. It was garish and chunky, not something you really wanted to show off. The Nokia was a little more slimmed down, but everyone had a Nokia back then; I wanted to be a little different. The first thing that struck me about this phone was its size and weight, this ...
Pros: More curves than Kylie
Cons: Chubby digits beware ! Rubbish games - about as much action as tantric sex !
Excerpt: "...whilst on silent? Most other Motorola phones do not do this, so I am wondering if there is an overly complicated method of rectifying this. The only drawback looks wise is the protruding aerial, which doesnt match the design at all. In terms of features there are a couple of games, such as a 'pong' style game with the motorolla symbol and black jack (which really helps pass train journeys!) One last thing, it refuses to accept other SIM cards from ...
Pros: Small, lightweight,
Cons: Now senile - battery warning tone when on silent !
Excerpt: "...have recently changed to a motorola v70. This is the first motorola phone I have owned. In the past I have had a Nokia, an Ericsson and a Philips Savvy. I am not one of these people that follow trends and I don't have to have the latest model, I just fancied having something that was smaller and lighter for a change. It was time for a little treat. ********************SPECIFICATIONS******************** Weight 2.9 oz Width 1.5 in Depth 0.8 ...
Pros: Small, light, stylish, rotating cover means no keypad lock, composer, multiple features .
Cons: Small, close together buttons, a little fiddly .
Summary: I have for years been a nokia addict. I have had a 3110, 5110, 3210, 3330, 8210 & 8850. When my last one gave up the ghost, I fancied something with a bit more innovative design. The 8850 is still my favourite nokia - it is a very professional looking phone, and all the rest look like cheap teenager devices. So I shopped around, and looked at Samsung & motorola among others.
Pros: Beautifully crafted design, Reliable, Professional looking handset
Cons: A bit fiddly to use, Poor SMS message writer, Needs TLC, a bit fragile
Motorola V70: ALL GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGING.
17 October 2002
Summary: A phones a phone right, WRONG. A Mobile Phone is not just a life line it's a status symbol and says a lot about the type of person you are.The V70 suits me to a T cos i'm slim, good looking and user friendly. I have recently purchased my V70 outright for 369.99 GBP from the Carphone Warehouse.It is available on pay monthly tariffs for a lot less but i preferred to just buy it.
Pros: STYLISH, MAKES EVEN LOSERS LOOK LIKE WINNERS.
Excerpt: "...Motorola. You do have a Motorola phone don’t you? Oh, how I hope you have. They understand us you see. They know the trauma we suffer and will help you through the crisis. Ok, I’ll cut the crap. A few weeks ago my Motorola L7089 died rather abruptly. Woe, did I panic. Not because I was terrified of being left without my mobile (we all know someone who has to be surgically removed from theres) but because I have the Orange Everyday ...
Pros: Free collection and delivery : helpful staff