Excerpt: Disclaimer: All of the following is my personal experience and should not be construed as applying to all T68i handsets. I acknowledge that some people have had great luck with these; but my experience is that in the same exact locations, signal gathering is greatly inferior to earlier Ericsson...
Excerpt: This is a terrible phone. I know a lot of the problem is AT&T's GSM service. However: no one can ever hear me. I can never hear anyone else. The navigation is SLOW...and text messaging is extremely slow. It's too small and uncomfortable to use for any length of time. The joystick is too sensitive.
Excerpt: This phone is nothing more than a toy. If you depend on your phone as your primary means of communication I do not recommend this phone. If you enjoy the wow effect and showing off technology to other people then this is the phone for you. PROS: 1.Bluetooth technology (esp.
Excerpt: This is the worst phone yet, as soon as I used the computer link cable, the phone started to freeze, especially after I went into analog mode. The battery life deteriorated after 3 months. The new battery did the same. The reception was the worst yet, about 1/2 of the cheep Nokia phones.
Excerpt: I've been wanting this phone ever since I saw it on a magazine and finally I got it. It was fun and attractive at first but this phone got annoying and boring. So I sold it and purchased the Nokia 7210 (which is a whole lot better than the T68i).
Excerpt: The T68 has numerous nice features that made this phone a "Must Have" in the beginning. There have been a number of software issues with this phone prompting 2 replacements. Worst problem with this phone is RF (Signal strength) performance.
Excerpt: Dont ever buy this phone which would now be available only in second hand market. With its awesome features that would match most non-camera phones of today, this phone is a real friendly crocodile. Once you buy it in a few days the joy stick will fail like a starved person.