My first "Real" cell phone. The Wife and I bought these shortly after buying our first house fora road trip to Colorado. I was thrilled with the ability of the phone to play music, even though it had to be coded in mono (not stereo). Now in grandkid's toy bin.
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2020Monochrome OLED - very old techSorry, I was inattentive. I thought it said that the screen itself has it, not the second display.
JoshuaReen, 21 Oct 2020OLED in 2003?!?!?!?!? :OMonochrome OLED - very old tech
this was my first cell that I got when I was 12 so that my mom could keep tabs on me haha. I thought it was so cool and I loved it for a long time, especially since it had a colour screen
When I was 24 I got this phone as my first cell phone on T-Mobile. I liked it because it was so small and fit in my pants pocket really well.
This was the first cell I ever bought for myself when it came out. It was the greatest thing in the world back then and I am looking at it now thinking I would take it over my Note 4. Well maybe not go that far, but it will always bring back fond memories of times past. If only I did not rack up a 1500 dollar bill for the darn thing.
Ohh what a slippery slope that phone started me on.
I got this phone in 2003 when it first came out for $298. i liked that I could lay the phone on the passenger seat of my car and say "Call XXXX" and it would call and connect. I used it till I switched to Blackberry 8320. I still have the V300 and it still works like a champ. Unlike some, I also still have the data cable, software, manual, home charger and car charger. It took terrible pictures.
we didnot have enough food to eat but we could buy this phone because i was begging to my mom for her to purchase it. i was in love with this phone so she bought it it costed about 50 dollars or something like that i was very young i was like 11 or twelve or something. so then i used the phone a lot but my brother told my mom that i needed to stop using it so my mama erased the games. :-(
KalahariPrincess, 02 Mar 2011I had this phone many years ago, and i remember there was a certain ringtone i really loved. ... moretour list of tones for your v300 phone was: ascension, beats, dancefloor, decibel, eastern sky, essence, expand, fluid, hyperactive, metro, moto, off the edge, power surge, resonance, rock me, street style, this is techno, t-jingle, ultra sonic, alert, bells, bits2 & bytes, chimes high, chimes low, chord high, chord low, claps, ding, drum, fanfare, harmonics, iunterlude, notify, provincial, snaggle, standard, tada, triads, up & down, wind chimem and flare. All of those tones were standard w/the v300 phone w/memory for others that you could add. Hope thjs helps you out.
When this phone came out you could have so much fun with it without even really using the wap-internet...
Nowadays any new phone you buy, in order to get any kick out of it, you need to access the internet for every thing!!!
This was my first cellphone I had bought, and its perhaps the best cellphone I have ever owned. For the time when this phone came out the texting, instant messaging, gprs functions were absolutely great. And to top it the display was a 100%. Many other brand phones released during and after this phone had such low quality displays. The blue lit external screen was awesome as well. If this phone supported a memory card and had bluetooth back then, it would have been a complete legend.
I had this phone many years ago, and i remember there was a certain ringtone i really loved.
I forgot what the tone was called, it was already on the phone when i bought it. Is there anyway i could get a list of all the tones that came with this model?
i have a motorola v300 im looking fot subsidy code please could you help
I have had this phone for 5 years and it still works. And it is beat up. its been wet, it has been dropped off the top of a semi trailer 15 feet in the air onto a concrete floor, it has been the best phone I have ever had that works the way it was supposed to the day I got it. The only problem I had was that I had to build up the screen sensor button with epoxy so that is would still sense when it was open. This phone has been fantastic. I also put a clear protective cover over the lense and the buttons though. Clear packing tape can work as well if done right. I repeat, I still have this phone and it still works even though I have moved on to a newer one. I got this phone FIVE years ago.