This had great quality calls for it's time, someone said it also had the longest range.
Anonymous, 30 Dec 2009This was my first phone and by god was it awful. Yes it was slim and looked great but the batt... moreI wish you would. If they would have listened to you, you would have saved them billions. They should have made you CEO if they were smart (-:
my first phone too - all I remember is that the aerial kept snapping off, and I had to always keep an extra capacity battery in it.
This was my first phone and by god was it awful. Yes it was slim and looked great but the battery went in no time, and Satan clearly had a hand in designing the user interface. In addition to the numeric buttons, this evil device had 9 other buttons. NINE BUTTONS. My next phone was a Nokia which managed with 4 and was much better for it too.
I worked for Motorola a little later and I remember a rant email sent around by some bigwig complaining about the number of non-Motorola mobile phones in the office. I felt like responding asking if he'd ever actually used one or compared it to the competition. Motorola far took too long to get their usability house in order.
this looks like the one my mom owns. But it has no Vibration and sms only read. not write. Element phone Though
slimlite, i fink not. if any1 finds 1 dat works dey should set it on fire
Top product, slimmest for ages - I should know, I was the Product Manager for it - I'll bet there's one still operating somewhere..
Heh heh! I used to think this phone was great! It's lighter than my P900!
It a great phone.I have one,but i buy a Nokia 6210,because my antena broke.I am very happy about him.