plz tell does it has animated wallpapers ?
what abt its 16 m colours ?
its one of the powerful handset i ever had, but the problem is that they say it comes with a preloaded matt dermon's movie but mine doesnt have one or maybe i dont know how top access it. perhaps let me know how to play it
camera problem no zooming z8
Not Camera Problem. That's because you got "Un-Lucky Product" from 10 units produce 1 or 2 units "Un-Lucky Product".
Only intellegence people can use Motorola because Motorola Motto is Intellegence Everywhere.
Sony Ericsson can't compare with Motorola because Motorola is much better than Sony Ericsson.
Motorola and Sanyo Ranked Highest in Customer Satisfaction
Tue Jun 05, 2007 9:05 am
Motorola and Sanyo tied in highest overall customer satisfaction with cell phones, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 U.S. Wireless Mobile Phone Evaluation Study.
The study found that Motorola performed particularly well in the physical design, operation and features factors, while Sanyo received high ratings in operation and battery functionality. Following Motorola and Sanyo in the rankings and performing above the industry average are Samsung and LG, respectively.
Other findings include customers keeping their mobile handsets for an average of 17.5 months - an increase from 16.6 months since the last reporting period (November 2006). This marks the first increase in the reported ownership cycle since 2002, when the average was 18.4 months. The increase in ownership tenure is roughly equal across major handset brands.
Additionally the price a customer pays for their mobile phone has dropped from an average of $103 in 2002 to $93 in 2007. The decline is primarily due to discounts given by handset providers and wireless service carriers to incentivize sales. Currently, 36 percent of customers report receiving a free mobile phone when subscribing to a wireless service - up considerably from 28 percent in the 2002 study.
The study also finds several key wireless handset usage patterns:
- Sixty-nine percent of all cell phones owned are a clamshell design - an increase of 19 percent from 2006. This compares to 29 percent for the candy-bar style, and 2 percent for the slide-cover design.
- Handset features that are used most frequently include: speakerphone (51 percent); camera capabilities (35 percent); services to send/receive short messages (22 percent); and gaming (16 percent).
- More than one-half of all current wireless users compared other handset brands before selecting their current wireless phone. Those customers who compare phones during the selection process are more likely to be satisfied overall with their current handset than those who do not.
Volume 1 of the 2007 U.S. Wireless Mobile Phone Evaluation Study is based on experiences reported by 21,520 wireless users who have owned their current mobile phone for less than two years. The results are from the two most recent study reporting waves, which were conducted in October 2006 and February 2007.
Nokia & Motorola Lead $100 Billion Cameraphone Market
Boston, MA - 21 June 2007 -Strategy Analytics today released its latest camera phone market evaluation, "CMOS Beats CCD in Half-Billion Global Camera Phone Market," which concludes that the installed base of camera phones will exceed One Billion in 2007, as mature market replacement sales above one megapixel and emerging market first digital camera phone purchases (typically VGA) continue to drive sales.
Neil Mawston, Associate Director and Chief Mobile Imaging Analyst, commented, "Camera phones have been a huge success, with unit sales rising from three million in 2001 to 500 million last year. As CCD continues to lose the sensor wars in the mobile space, Micron, Omnivision and other CMOS vendors have been the prime beneficiaries."
David Kerr, Vice President of the Global Wireless Practice, added, "The camera phone market is now entering its third phase where the focus will move from Megapixel and basic image enablement to the quality of the imaging experience. In North America, and Western Europe, One Megapixel devices are now table stakes, while niche devices with five Megapixels or more will rise to over 2 percent of sales this year. Features such as zoom, flash and autofocus will become critical differentiators in 2008 and beyond."
Other key findings:
* Global camera phone handset revenues will grow to over $120 Billion by 2011 when one- third of the world population will own a camera phone.
* Nokia, although not first to market in this class, is the clear market leader at 28 percent global share, while Motorola also shipped over 100 million units in the last 12 months.
* Honorable mention must also go to SEMC, which has raised the user experience bar for camera phones with their Cybershot range, and has outperformed in this category as well as in the music domain.
* VGA camera phones' share of the market will fall from 38 percent to under 7 percent over the forecast period.
hello moto u have improved a lot in ur cell phone design and functions u got some latest breath taking designs im not a motorola fan but im impressed well done moto ... two thumbs up ...
Well I don't know much about this phone, I just had a look at the specs now, and handled a demo model today and thus far I'm impressed
I brought this phone on Ebay cos i thought it looked a cool phone but i hate it!
Ive always had Sony Ericssons before and boy how i miss them!!
Fancied a change but what a mistake!!
My Husband is going to put my Z8 back on Ebay and i am going back to sony where i will always stay
I cant use call forward, how can ı use it, are there anybody knows?
how can i deleete the list of people ive recently sent txst to its starting to anoy my
i have owned this phone since july and i am so disappointed with it. i am on my 3rd handset already and this one has now stopped working properly. the first couldnt hold battery charge a full charge lasted 6 hrs and that is just being turned on with no usage what so ever. the second one had a problem with the bluetooth it would just cut out in the middle of a call or sending stuff. the 3rd has now been used for 2 weeks and the phone doesnt know when it is shut so never starts the screensaver which means the screen doesnt turn off so its eating battery like a fat man at a buffet. all in all very disappointed but looks very good though that is the only real plus to come out of the thing