Excerpt: I have had my GX15 a number of years and i have dropped it many times even into the bath and suprisingly it is still fully functioning altho it is out of date and isnt able to store or play mp3s only polyphonic ringtones. It is a very good …
Excerpt: This phone is absolutely fantastic. It combines style, elegance, practicality and great equipment to provide a good city mobile phone. A must buy for anyone wanting a phone that is practical, well-equipped and great value in one package.
Excerpt: well its an alright fone.the picture quality is good.It looks quite good but the keys are a bit small im mostly annoyed with how long you can do voice recording and videos.when u put stamps on pictures you cant ajust the size.wen u do voice recordings its way too quiet.The fone seems to get scratch...
The wife says I am addicted to text Yep you heard right, Phone Arena
6 January 2005
Excerpt: This phone has a lot of cool features for the price i have had a look at a coulple of phones before i had bought this one and it was between the gx30i and this but for the price diff i had opted for this one who needs a mp3 player on a phone and the 1 mp cam well what can i say buy a Standalone...
Excerpt: It's a very good phone for it's price, only it could had more memory. I use bluetooth to connect to my PC and works fine. You only have to create a COM port, configure the software to use it and enable it. The software is good enough.
Excerpt: A geat 'phone. easy to use and I'm so glad my old nokia was stolen!!! So good that I bought my wife one as well. The buttons are easy to use and the only gripe I do have is that I have not found any Sharp software that allows you to transfer to PC and then watch. TTFN
blue tooth interface is pathetic with no online support
dave, Phone Arena
25 December 2004
Excerpt: coool its got bluetooth! but does any one use it? i think not. the reason, none of these reveiws has mentioned the fact that the software is a pain to get working on a PC. i cant get it to work and theres no support from sharp for it. seimens wins hands down for software and conectivity everytime.