american, 07 Jan 2009I have this cell phone and it only worked for 6 months...it died on me and I have no idea why.... moreWhere did you buy your phone? You should take the phone back to your local Moto service center.
I have this cell phone and it only worked for 6 months...it died on me and I have no idea why....something about the battery trickle???
Demba, 15 Dec 2008I am in Taiwan how can i buy this phone pleaseUnfortunately, mainland China is about the only place I know is selling this phone officially...as not too many other places around the world need both GSM & CDMA...and hand writing recognition (in Chinese)
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Yeah, the almighty brand is so much ahead in technology with LACK of Crystal Talk, LACK of any touchscreen device with the size of A1800, LACK of any phone supporting both GSM & CDMA...
hi i put a voice print on my A1800 and when i turn off my phone and put it back on its tellin me to press vr key, wait for beep than say a password ,when i do it it tell me oh oh! why is this i don't no about this phone to well....some camone plz me i can get into my phone now!
i think its nice to find a sell phone which have this
options but english only
i bought A1800 last week . this is the best phone. . ., good camera . very nice design . good battery support . very very beautfull. it is the best. thank you motorola . . .
Mohsen, 11 Nov 2008But A1800 is Dual Simcard which A1600 is not.A1800 supports dual card slot, one of which is designed for CDMA cards, which one probably can't even get in US (or Hong Kong or many other CDMA supported places around the world).
I don't have A1800, though I doubt the CDMA slot actually supports another GSM SIM.
Anyway, even if the extra slot supports GSM card, is it worth another US$200? (the premium of A1800 over A1600)
Sorry, not for me.
A1800 Really a good phone and A1200 Find good milege Step by step like A1200 then A1600 and now A1800.
robert, 04 Nov 2008may i ask what is the difference between CDMA and GSM?
i am from philippines and i am plann... moreFor differences between GSM & CDMA, especially the technical aspects, suggest you go to Wikipedia.
Generally speaking, CDMA is a totally different network away from GSM.
Most countries around the world now support GSM networks, EXCLUDING Japan and Korea. Most countries run on the GSM900/1800 frequency, with execptions in many countries in the American region, which runs on GSM 850/1900 frequency.
My understanding is the following countries have CDMA networks.
Hong Kong (for romaing only)
Taiwan (not sure folded up or not)
So if your country (or the country you often travel to) does not have any CDMA network, there is little to no reason why you should pay US$200 more over an A1600 for an A1800.
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2008A1800 is CDMA and GSM, A1600 is only GSM.
The A1600 will do everything that the A1800 will ... moremay i ask what is the difference between CDMA and GSM?
i am from philippines and i am planning to but one here.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970This phone has been available in mainland China since August.
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2008Can anyone clearly state the difference between a1600 and the a1800. A1800 is CDMA and GSM, A1600 is only GSM.
The A1600 will do everything that the A1800 will do (excluding CDMA) plus a few more features that the A1800 won't do.
Buy the A1600 unless you need CDMA in your phone!