Great little phone with a good battery that lasts several days before needing a charge. I've owned my Virgin Savvy since 2000, it makes and receives calls which is all I want from a phone - and what other phone can do 'Old Macdonald Had A Farm' as a fairly unique ringtone, in amongst all those samey Nokias?
If anybody has a problem with a savvy, then possibly they misused it or bought the phone damaged. I bought mine in year 2000 and todate its still going strong....
I just love it !
If you have this phone and are looking to upgrade Tesco Mobile have a good range starting at £9.99 for the Motorola c155.
It is functioning well,that is with my philips savvy I can enjoy a network in remote areas where the network has problems.but the only problems with my hand set is that it has only one language which I'm not familiar with, I have tried to learn it by my self and I just managed to made and receiving call,sending and receiving sms
Want to know where i can get manual for philips savy like the one in the picture is a yellow one as gave it to my brother and didnt have any instructions with it
anyone know where I can download the savvy ringtones such as Sonar for my p800?
Sazzys are so shit i cant believe anyone would actualy like them. They are dodgy as anything, yes the battery might stay charged for a while but then it die in a yr or 2. My mum had a Savvy for no more then 3 yrs and now it totally dead and when it does decide to turn on u cant call any 1 and no 1 can call you. SAVVYs are the most featurless pieces of shit eva made
I had the Savvy phone once. I was wondering if ne1 knew what the full name of the 'Dream' ringtone was??? Dont u think its cool??? I now have a Samsung e700 and all the tones on it are s**t.
If you know plz email
The best thing about this phone was the 'sonar' ringtone - very cool indeed. Seem to remember the backlight was a bit dim....
Good phone but the display is grafic not alphanumeric. It has 23 languages. I like it.
I brought one for myself and my mum in 1999 and they have both been going great guns since then. I recently 'upgraded' (I use the term loosly) and brought my mum another 'upgrade' too - I had to prize this phone from her hands so she'd use the new one then she told me she wanted her Savvy back!! Both she and I have not EVER had any problems with either the phone functions or battery lives and the only reason I brought her a new one was that the phone would dial numbers with the number-lock on (not good for handbags!!) alas we should have stuck with the Savvy!!! - our new phones are ericssons and the signal strength on both of them is utter crap. If you've got a Savvy - stick with it - it may not have all the bells and whistles but at least you can hear people and know that your battery will last for more than half an hour!!! I miss my Savvy !! (*sob*)
I am trying to find the user manual for the Philips Savvy cell phone. Can you help me with this?
i think the savvy is a shit phone... my battery shit it self within not even a year.. i suggest a mitsubishi mars