is this phone set available nowadays..
Cecil, 29 Dec 2009Looks great, I want to get one but unfortunately nobody seems to sell Motorola in my country a... moreya i have the same problem but search alot and u will always find a place that has one or 2 mobiles of moto.
Looks great, I want to get one but unfortunately nobody seems to sell Motorola in my country anymore... :(
poor features with high price! not reasonable
is the 2 sim cards works together or if i call from sim1 one and any body call me in sim 2 he hear that iam out of reach
Even if this did have a radio,and every other possible feature you could imagine- you'd still get the stupid people moaning about it!
Why? Why? Why? Because not everyone wants an FM radio. If FM radio was crucial to the survival of man kind then every phone would have this feature. If it is so important to you and your life was in the balance then the wise thing to do would be to GET A PHONE WITH FM RADIO!! I had a Moto E2, never used the radio, I now have a Moto E8 and I never use the radio. Does that give you some clarity??
rds fm missing so waste
why?why?why? with out RDS FM
i like it very good phone
and beter than samsung duel sim
does it crystal talk?
heyy,, guyss,,, what is it price here in Phillippines... Pls ... replyu Asap in order for me to buy one... tnxxxx...
Anonymous, 19 Dec 2008Hi, I was wondering if the phone takes two sim cardsthat's what the "dual sim" feature means. see the specs above.
Hi, I was wondering if the phone takes two sim cards
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2008bought one of these in Shanghai the other day for around 2600 RMB (~$380). Very smooth operato... moreI got this phone 2 weeks ago, and it already crashed. The highlights are mainly the large screen size, and the texting is not too bad in chinese or english. The downside is the phone is awkward to use, and many of the settings are upsettingly uncustomizable, namely the alarm clock and sound settings. The analog clock is annoying, and the lack of call/hangup buttons is an inconvenience. The battery sucks too.
bought one of these in Shanghai the other day for around 2600 RMB (~$380). Very smooth operator compared to Chinese multiple sim card phones. Feels quality. But bulkier and heavier than say a RAZR. Loaded with features! Downside remarks are that predictive text in English is somewhat primitive. Can't capitalize a word by hitting shift - need to toggle between low case and upper case T9 english options. what a pain! now on day 3 of trying to synch phonebook data in Moto Phonetools V5 to VE75. I think i'll hire a chinese student to input manually.
With a battery of this capacity it will be awful , the standby time will be something like 2 days.
I have a dual-sim Chinese CECT phone and while it's rather bulky it has a huge battery ( 1800 mAh I think ) that last for like 7 days with 2 cards at the same time. Oh and it also has a 3 inch touchscreen display but it doens't like as good as this one I have to admit nor does it have have.
Still I think Motorola and Samsung should take a look and learn a few things from the Chinese when making dual-sims. They have some experience and good ideas.
is a low cost motorola