Read most of your reviews, i'm thinking of going for a T610 but it hasn't got built in loud speaker and everyone thinks the screen is hard to see so its a mixed feeling of this phone or the Siemens S55 with attachable camera . What do you think I should get and where is the best price to get one sim free? Get back soon need to get one on the weekend. I need one that takes good pictues in semi dark light or bright days also long battery and infer red or bluetooth.
Rest of battery?
You mean battery life remaining?..
No.. the T610 doesn't give the estimate like the T68i did.
once more,could tell me anyone the last version of software, and the last date of manufactured.
its possible to see the rest of battery on the phone like on t68i?
About screen out door, yes, it is harder than normal, but I don't find that a problem anymore. When I get a VERY sunny day, I will take a picture of the phone outdoor under direct sunlight and let you have a look. It's possible to see. It's actually pretty clear for me.
If it's MMS that you want, it narrows it down to the E365 and the T610. MMS on the 7250i is hopeless and the GD88 is not as complete as that of the T610 and the E365.
E365 has a better camera and better screen, but less memory, not so fantastic menu and lack of IR and Bluetooth.
Can anyone tell me if it is really true that T610 screen is really hard to look at if you are outdoor and there is sunlight because it reflects, can you really see nothing at your screen if your outdoor? Can someone elaborate on this
Can anyone advise, as I am going to buy a color mms camera phone but was caught in a predicament to decide which models to buy. Nokia 7250i, Sonyercisson T610, Motorola E365, Samsung V200 or Panasonic GD88. Thanking you in advance for your sharing comments.
what to say i am using from last 39 days and its really cool and owking fine
No, the screen doesn't flicker when idle... for my that is.. but it does when it's loading 'Mophun' and while connecting a call... I feel it's somethign to do with the processor usage or something.
Follow this link http://www.esato.com/board/ you will find all the info needed about the T610