Anonymous, 14 May 2009lol wads good about this phone actually? anyone tell me?had this two months, nice phone and very high quality (should be for cost) but software gone backwards from the Krzr 3 (For example you cannot open reminders directly, have to go through calender again, no shortcut system and you cannot change the menues as much) which makes it more fiddly to use so completely lets it down. Not worth it as it is, if we get a big software upgrade may feel differently.
Nokia 8800 is nrelaiy ugly not luxury phone
best luxury phone today at world from able brand is only : aura
I recently purchase a Motorola Aura. At first I was thinking of buying the Nokia 8800 Arte Gold, but end up with Motorola Aura, this is what happen I didnt have a chance to see or feel the actual phone cause I don't know where can I see one, so I bought it based on looking at the pictures and the detail on motorola website and I did some comparison with Nokia 8800 Arte Gold, then I choose Motorola Aura over nokia 8800 Arte Gold, because of the battry life of Motorola Aura last up 7.3 hours talk time, 400 hours stand by time.
Where I work. I really needed a phone with good battery life. I had the Aura for a week now, but the Motorola Aura is not what I expected. The battery life is really bad, it last me about one and half day of stand by with fully charge then it totaly dead on me and barely talk on the phone so I would say: I talk on the phone about one hour at top top. again I went online and did some research about it the Aura then I found Cnet.co.uk state "we found the battery life to be far below Motorola's estimate of 7.3 hours of talk time and up to 400 hours of standby time. A couple of hours of ogling the screen and a night on standby drained the battery completely" so it not only mind Aura.
Question is: where Motorola Aura get the number up to 7.3 hours of talk time and 400 stand by time from? I know it say "up to" but the battery didnt even come close to half of the number like Motorola website state at all.
I really disappointed with Motorola, no wonder Motorola now no market every where in the world. At least Nokia state their Nokia 8800 Arte battery last only 3.20 minute of talk and 300 standby time and I believe so, cause I used to own one of them.
No more motorola for me
#1, 08 May 2009Fantastic phone...I can tell because I own one - unlike some others who post their comments wi... moreDamn right. Too bad they're poor! Middle class -whatever. They will never understand us because it's beyond their comprehension. They should just uck it man.
Again, people buy these luxury phones for status. Why do they buy stupid designer handbags worth 1500+ dollars? or expensive clothes like wedding gowns worth 75000 dollars or expensive jewelry. If you people don't understand then why do you even care to look at this phone on this sitE?
#1, 08 May 2009Fantastic phone...I can tell because I own one - unlike some others who post their comments wi... morestill sucks,i have the privilege to work with all mobile phones.
so i know what i say when i comment.
Fantastic phone...I can tell because I own one - unlike some others who post their comments without ever able to see the real thing; not to mention touching it...
Well done motorola.
very expensive but great on looks. it reminds one of the popular winamp player skin. lack of "touch" feature and use of conventional keypad brings the phone few levels down when one looks at its pricey tag.
ZOMG never ever seen a phone like this !!!!
so expensive and crappy one .
Motocraprola made up my expectations .
They are almost bankrupt
This mobile is fantastic... My e-mail is email@example.com Send me. Bye.
This phone is "GODLIKE" expensive. Still prefer to buy Nokia 8800 Gold Arte.
How in-secure do you have to be about yourself to spend about 1500 euros on a phone that isn't very loaded or very cool or very high quality.
Name one car that has doors that open like this.
And no, a Lambos don't. The front plate would not have done a full 180 degree rotation if it was so. Lambo doors open at a 90 degree angle.
They flip open.
So sorry, Motorola, no, the least you could have done is find something suitable to compare the movement with.