i had this phone for a while it wasnt too expensive 4 me, it was a true classy phone after seeing mine other reletives went to buy it mine is of course the only lasting one.
after having 2 really expensive phones and currently owning a samsung d500 tht cost £320 i want my v60i back i love it
I bought this phone for way too much money when it first came out, I hate it and still do. Say I get a call and the battery's close to dead, it drops the call, freezes up, refuses to turn off and keeps ringing or vibrating, only way to shut it up is to remove the VERY awkward battery cover and remove the battery, not to mention the entire screen went off because the battery discharged too low -- don't ask me how it happened, but the stupid phone won't display anything on the inside screen and total gibberish on the outside. Thumbs down!
I had this Motorola for a year and i got sick of it eventually. Too serious, not a lot of ringtones, just a few and the ones you have are pathetic compared to other phones. Its a nice shape, nice design, but...but....not a lot of fun...not a lot of features to it. No games, no ringtones that are good.
Plus the price was absolutely ridicolous at the time...too expensive and not so good. So i would suggest you not to buy it, unless you use your cell only for business.
this phone is a piece of sh*t. i hate with a passion that anyone cannot simply imagine. extremely fragile. the attenna broke i dont know how many times. no good features and a boring screen. v60 and at&t service do not mix at all.
i have enjoyed the v60i but now ive have problems with static when i recive or make call trying to get replcement is like
pulling teeth rings can be louder
the phone is nice but it doesnt have too many important features, and memory is low for certain items.
i just love the motorola v60i... small, triband capabilities and reception is great! it has sooooo many features compared to you know what (phone) that just changes the casing but the software is still the same... great!
I've had my v60i for almost 2 months now. Great phone for those who want a cellular phone for what it is -- making and receiving calls! The build is solid, the looks -- sleek and expensive! And the phone is reliable. Although battery life is short.
Motorola needs to expand its horizon though and its after-sales networks. It's so difficult to get this phone's accessories in the Philippines!
Is there a way to personalize your screeen that shows on the outside of your phone with your name or something other than cingular and the date and time?
I bought this phone after using so many nokia models. The design are very nice and the reception sound are also clear. User functions not so friendly as Nokia phone but these V60i really look very class especially with the gold color and also the external really useful. I tried on the GPRS and it works fast. Good phone if you go design and not common as Nokia.
To jo, ringtones composer is under the menu Ring Styles -> My Tones -> New Tone
a phone better than the v70, nice aluminium cover, ringtongs and vibralert better than the v70,
I forgot to add that the approximate usage data I've given is on a single day basis.
To H&h, colour screen is not the only way to judge a phone, as this phone is not intended for it. It was aimed at business professional, who are looking for funtionality rather than cosmetics. To Roxy, this phone hasn't got titanium casing, but metal, yes. I think it's only for the front part, though. The back casing looks fake and I'm pretty sure it's just plastic. To sss, I'm using the phone approximately 2 hrs talking time, 15 sms, and it will last for around three days. Charging time is a bit slow, though. App. 3 hrs.