Summary: Good quality phone. Nice upgrade from the Sony Ericsson T226. Sound comes in more clearly then old T226. Bluetooth is nice. Decent camera. Would like to have seen speaker phone capability on it.
Summary: I like the phone it works but the information on the phone like phone numbers pictures and sounds were still on there so I had to delete them. I hated the fact that the phone had a security pin disabling the factory reset option so i had to one by one delete everything.
Excerpt: OK, the thing that makes this phone is the color screen...during its time that was pretty big deal! And the biggest thing to me was BLUETOOTH! It was wonderful to be able and sync my data to and from my mac! Awesome for back in the days! Awwww...memories!
Excerpt: This little phone was something when it was released. I obviously don't have it now but I thought I'd take time to review some older phones I've used in the past (been bored lately). When I bought this phone, I thought it would be a great update to the aging T39m, which still remains one of my all time favorites. Feature-wise, the T68i was an upgrade.
Excerpt: Overall I have to rate this phone as mediocre, primarily because of its poor RF performance. Every other aspect of this phone is good: audio, features, styling and battery life. The huge attenuation of signal strength when this phone is inside any type of structure is a very serious hindrance that negates all of its other good qualities. Had I known of this problem before I bought it I would have definitely not have bought it.
Excerpt: This was a demo phone that I tryed and the phone is ok, little, pretty durable, but 70% of the time I had little to no reseption from statesville to mooresville to charlotte to raleigh. Dont waste your money!
Excerpt: I bought this phone a few months ago. I love the fact that I have a phone, a PDA with calendar, and games on one device. All of my medical appts ( a lot of appts.!) are on my calendar. The only problem is I can't a signal in my apartment. I'm trying to get rid of my land line since my cell service is cheaper, but for work and medical reasons, I need a phone. This one isn't it. But it sure is beautiful.
Excerpt: I live in the boonies, but travel a lot, including international trips. Therefor I'm shopping for a GSM phone with good reception. I tried the T68i for only one day of the 14 day free trial period before returning it because I couldn't get a signal at my house. The Nokia 6590i I traded it for gets a strong signal in exactly the same locations. PROS: looks cool, lots of toys and multimedia features. Joystick interface is somewhat intuitive. CONS: really poor reception.
Summary: The phone is my first, so I'm not exactly an expert on this technology. It is nice and compact and carries easily in my purse or pocket. Seems to do all the necessary things without a lot of bells and whistles. Good for me!