Summary: As much as I'm nostalgic about older phones (I wanted to buy 2, or more, at first), I would not recommend this phone, even if solely, because of its poor battery life. Even though I purchased a separate, so called, "newly manufactured", battery, from another vendor, this phone's battery life is about 1/2 a day (45 minutes, under constant use). You won't get any reception bars, if you're in a marginal cellular area.
Summary: Owned this phone before the slide ribbon cable shorted out. it did take a couple years before that happened though. Its a great camera phone that has access to the internet via WIFI (when unlocked) without having to pay a data charge.
Summary: Telephone convenient, but had stopped ringing through the week. The Internet settings no, I had to configure and under our country is not suitable. I was counting on another thought, I will rejoice in him.
Very powerful phone for one that doesn't require a monthly data plan.
16 April 2013
Summary: This phone is ideal for someone that doesn't want to pay for a monthly data plan but wants some good features like a top of the line camera in the phone. It also supports a lot of open source Java applications. The phone is a little thicker than quite a number of phones and has a smaller screen that a number of phones. However, the bottom line is that this is one of the most powerful phones you can get without a monthly data plan.
Summary: I bought this because I had one before (the only reason I replaced it was because it never got over me dropping it in a river by accident - my bad). I replaced it with a HTC Desire and wished I hadn't. I'm a keen amateur photographer, and the camera in the C905 is fabulous for indoor and outdoor work; the Desire let me down horribly on a once-in-a-lifetime occasion that I know the C905 would have performed impeccably in.