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T-Mobile Camera Phone

by shahnm77 / April 8, 2004 5:37 AM PDT

I'm debating to switch over from Sprint to T-Mobile...I would like to get a camera phone. Personally, I like gadgets, the more the better.

I'm debating between these three phone...which ones would you recommend or stay away from?

Motorola V300
Samsung E715
Sony Ericsson T610

Thanks

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Re:T-Mobile Camera Phone
by screwcitypunk / April 18, 2004 1:47 PM PDT
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I personally have the Motorola V300, so I can only comment on it. I have had the phone about a month and a half and love it to death. I upgraded from a V66 that was problematic and had only basic functions. The V300 is a much more solid phone. It has a vga 300 x 400 pixel camera. The only trouble I have had with the camera function is in low-light conditions. The photos are great for the size they are on the phone screen, but if you blow them up much bigger than 2 inches, they get pixelated. I have excellent reception compared to the V66 with T-mobile. The ringer does leave a bit to be desired when playing mp3 ringtones, I downloaded "London Calling" by The Clash for it and it gets a bit distorted when the bass kicks in. The lcd screen has excellent resolution, better than the Nextel i95 in my opinion. If there's anything else I can help out with, let me know.

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Re:T-Mobile Camera Phone
by johnpriore / April 23, 2004 2:32 PM PDT
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I used to work for one the the "Big 6" telecomm companies, neither of which was T-Mobile or Sprint. T-Mobile's network, in my opinion and in many other people's opinions, is weak. Between the two choices, go with Sprint.

Also, I have had experience with Sony Ericsson phones, including the T610, and do not care for them. Samsung is of high quality. I'd recommend Samsung or Moto.

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Re:Re:T-Mobile Camera Phone
by ncstuart / May 23, 2004 4:37 AM PDT

T-Mobile service is amazingly good in New Jersey area.

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Re:T-Mobile Camera Phone
by jimborg / May 7, 2004 5:41 AM PDT
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Before you invest in a camera phone, you might want to consider the fact that they are being banned from many locations because of privacy issues. I work for a large school district, and no one is allowed to bring a camera phone into any school building. They have also been banned from parks in my county, since people have used them to take pictures in locker rooms, etc. As these phones become implicated in credit card fraud (people taking pictures of credit cards in supermarket lines) corporate spying and privacy cases, they will most likely be banned in other locations as well.

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Re:T-Mobile Camera Phone
by dab / May 14, 2004 6:27 AM PDT
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I have the V300 and really like it. The camera has a zoom feature and takes good indoor pictures. The Samsung phone is really cool but $$$.

PS TMobile coverage is good enough for me, in the LA area. Having better phones makes them a choice over verizon, IMHO.

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SonyEricsson has the best camera phones
by xnxnxn / March 13, 2006 3:26 PM PST
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Of course you realize that you are responding
by neocon / March 13, 2006 9:53 PM PST

to an almost 2 year old post?

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hahaha - that's pretty funny
by wirelesswendy / March 14, 2006 10:50 PM PST

sharp eye neocon

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