Summary: I use this phone basically for business. Phone calls, contacts, calendar, calculator. It has some games and camera but I don't use those features often. Likes: - Has all the functions of a PDA and works as expected: Address book (voice dialing), MP3 player, web browser, calendar, etc.
Summary: This is an awesome phone. Is similar to a computer, even has the paint program that you can do drawings. MPS player with a lot of space to save MP3 songs. Sme thing with videos and small clips. I have some commercials of different clones in it.
Summary: I don't know much about this phone as I bought it for my girlfriend, but she is a hardcore cellphone addict and loves it. It is part PDA and part phone, it looks cool to me, but I really don't know that much about it.
Summary: I have used a P800 for about one year and was a bit disappointed. The reception is good but the Symbian operating system is not living to my expectations. Here are the points that disappointed me. 1.
Excerpt: Its so helpful when people give bad reviews without citing specific things they didn't like about the device. If you are looking for a pda/phone and don't want to spend a ton of money, then this is a good choice.It's a bit dated, not a quadband phone, but this is only relevant to people in north...
Excerpt: I bought my p800 after looking at Motorola mpx200, siemens sx56 and color Blackberry. Provider is AT&T Wireless Pros: 1. Great reception and sound clarity. 2. Lots of application for anything you can imagine http://www.handango.com 3. Reliable and responsive Symbian OS. 4. Loud ring volumn. 5.