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Motorola V635 review

 Review: March 2005  
 

Rating: 4 stars

In a nutshell: 1.2 megapixel camera phone with video camera, MP3 player and Bluetooth™ wireless connectivity.



 

Review

The new V635 is an enhancement of the Motorola V620. The V635 reverts to a silver and black case instead of the all-black case of the V620, but apart from that they are physically very similar, being the same size and weight. It's quite a heavy phone as clamshells go, but it's one of the best specified camera phones available.

The key addition is the new 1.2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom, camera light and camcorder capability. This is a big step up from the 0.3 megapixel (VGA) camera on the V620. The internal display is the same as the V620 - it's a top-rate TFT display with 262k colours and a large 176x220 pixel resolution. Both the internal display and the camera are as good as anything you'll find on a mobile today. The external display isn't quite of the same quality - it's a CSTN display which can be difficult to read in bright sunlight, and has just 4k colours, but this is not unreasonable for a secondary display.

The next most welcome feature is the addition of a TransFlash™ memory card in addition to the 5 Mbytes of internal memory. This really lets you make good use of the multimedia capabilities of the phone, especially the video recorder and MP3 player.

The V635 also upgrades the GPRS connection to a high-speed EDGE connection, which is ideal for downloading video and audio content.

Overall it's hard to fault the V635. It's a phone that delivers on every count, the only shortcomings being it's high weight and cost.

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Reviewed by Shona from Scotland from UK on 30th Jul 2011
I think this is a brilliant phone. Doesnt matter about the weight. Its compact and looks like a communicator out of Star Trek. Dont want to part with it, ever!!
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Reviewed by bob from UK on 18th Apr 2009
if u ask me it was a bag of rubbish lol it used to crash on me n things , i had it taken bk for repair about 5 times and it still kept crashing
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Reviewed by mr s from UK on 23rd Jun 2008
i bought this phone for £120 when it came out in 2005. at first it was a great phone but there were problems consistantly after about a year or so. the video worked, the camera worked the mp3 worked but the speaker on the phone didnt work and every time i had to call someone they cudnt hear me and i cudnt hear them. this phone was overall frustrating. a good phone on paper but not reliable.
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Reviewed by rohit sharma 09896196244 from UK on 11th Dec 2007
this fone is very cool.......n easy to operate. its sound is also very good.i bought this fone 1 yr back n still i m using it .................damn!!! its a good fone
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Reviewed by Erica from UK on 24th Oct 2007
had this phone for about 2 years now, and it's still a pretty good phone. only complaints are that it makes an annoying noise when you accidentally bump the side buttons (especially when it's in your pocket), it's massive compared to other phones available now, there's no stopwatch and the mp3 player takes a while to load. however, the camera is very able and overall this phone has served me well.
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Reviewed by Kris from UK on 18th Sep 2007
Had this phone for a while now and at first I loved it. Then out of the blue I cannot hear a single thing when in a call. The only hope I have is putting every call on speaker phone and nobody else needs to know my business. Wouldn't have bought it if I knew. Wouldn't reccomend it.
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Reviewed by Theo from UK on 13th Sep 2007
It was a great phone with some brilliant features like a great camera and easy usage but now days you can get a better model
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Reviewed by Hamid from UK on 3rd Sep 2007
This cell almost dose anything for you... It's just outstanding. This unit is one of the best of all motorolas! I love the key pad it's almost second to none, unlike some of those cell phone that you have to use a needle to dial the number, this unit is easy operable. So I will give this phone a five star for sure!
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Reviewed by KATIE from UK on 13th Jul 2007
I THINK ITS A GD FONE
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Reviewed by bob from UK on 4th Jul 2007
it is a brilliant phone i recomend it
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Reviewed by angelgirl from UK on 17th Jun 2007
i own a motorola V635. it is great for texting and taking pictures, but it is heavy and quite hard to flip up sometimes. the amount of pictures sngs and videos i can keep on my phone is amazing. the camera takes amazingly good pictures. i have had this phone for nearly 2 years now but am looking for a new one soon...
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Reviewed by Bron from UK on 5th Jun 2007
This phone is very good...but i can say some bad points about it...its heavy and bulky...i could only fit up to 4 or 5 songs on it...the messaging is good but i had this phone for about a year now and it wont let me send texts or recieve them so i am reli bummed about that (also the ariel looks abit gay lol)but despite that i did get lots of pictures onto it and with a reasonably good quality...i think this phone is good for pictues and texting but not so much a music phone.
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Reviewed by benji from UK on 13th May 2007
iv had this phone for a week now and it is rubbish, the camera is fuzzy, the displayis slow, the menus are slow, the memory is only expandable upto 256mb. you are much better off getting a nokia 6230i, this is a much better phone and has far better capabilities
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Reviewed by steve from UK on 23rd Apr 2007
The phone is very stylish, but a little too chunky for my liking. Also, the navigation is a bit slow, ie there's an annoying delay when I want to make a call. The camera facility is average, and what you would expect from a 1.2 mp camera without optical zoom or flash. The MP3 player is largely pointless because the battery life on this phone isn't good. games are pointless. All the extras are unnecessary. Also, I can't find a way of blocking certain incoming nos, but it's aphone and it works reasonably well. Oh yes, the video is good as well, for the odd piece of video.
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Reviewed by bob from UK on 6th Apr 2007
its a great phone
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Reviewed by akino from UK on 20th Mar 2007
this phone is it....once you get used to having it it is the easiest phone to use...everything is so convinent.if you dont have time to get to know your phone and its capabilities you would never understand you phone no matter what type of phone it is.i understand this phone it has no feature on this phone i dont know about so if you wanna get one get it n get to know it before you judge it....to me it is excellent.v635...this is it...
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Reviewed by Simon from UK on 8th Mar 2007
Yes this phone's good. It feels great and looks great. Nice design. But...... it has a tiny txt memory and has that REALLY ANNOYING Motorola problem with receiving concatinated messages. When the in box is more than half full and a txt is received it jumbles up the new with the old. Sometimes it says there are 20 new messages. Then you find that there is one new one all mixed in with the old ones. It's an SMS format issue that's particular to Motorola, the V3X does it too, amongst other annoying things. Motorola is form over function. Buy a Samsung.
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Reviewed by Adam from UK on 11th Feb 2007
Decided to buy this phone due to its high resolution camera to replace my aging Sony Ericsson T610. So far the phone has served me well for about three years. The case is well made and sturdy with a nice metal finish on the edges and the back. The screen is fantastic, showing a crisp resolution and is large and colourful. Camera performance is pretty good, although a lack of auto-focus means this phone should only be used for close up or indoors shots. The flash is great for taking snaps in bars or clubs. The only problem is that the camera lens is recessed into the case and can be a magnet for dirt and anything else from your pocket, thus adding extra 'noise' to the picture. The side buttons are also a problem when the phone is being transported, as they get knocked quite easily causing the camera to photograph nothing but black and drain the battery at the same time. The other multimedia functions are ok, although I was disappointed with the performance of the mp3 player as it was slow to boot up. The expandable memory is a big plus allowing lots of music and pictures to be stored, although you will need a transflash card (luckily I got a 128Mb one free when I brought the phone). The phone also lets you use any mp3 file as a ringtone (as long as it is stored on the phone's memory) which is a nice feature. The operating system is reasonable although can suffer from slow-down when answering a call taking a second to register that you have pressed the 'answer' key. Bluetooth works well and the phone syncs with my computer's calender with no problems (I use a Mac so don't know how well it works with Windows). The big problem I had with this phone was the awful software that came with it - avoid using it if possible as it freezes all the time and is generally irritating to use. Overall this is an excellent reliable phone with a good camera and multimedia features and excellent build quality.
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Reviewed by abiir from UK on 12th Jan 2007
i hav been usin dis mob for more dan a year! n i just LOVE it! i dnt go anywhere wizout it!most of z time my pics come out more nicely dan my frnds'!!! oh na 2 4get ders no ned 4 me 3 buy mp3 players!!!!wid d help of my memory card, i store everythin in it!!!!! music,pics,videos & files
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Reviewed by Snorkel from UK on 24th Dec 2006
This phone is alot better then the last one I purchased, but lacks in places where other, much cheaper, phones excell. The MP3 memory services of this phone are quite terrible, one MP3 file was all mine would take before the memory was over packed. The pictures it takes are alright, but the photo taking function itself is quite perculiar. For basic, practical needs this phone is perfect. But if you're looking for a funky phone with tangible MP3 playing abilities, look elsewhere.
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Reviewed by Zartusht from UK on 22nd Dec 2006
I will never buy Motorola ever after experiancing this phone, I have had it for 16 months and went for repair over 4 times, reception, screan and ring speaker are rabish, I used loaner phone for almose %50 of the first year warranty, now is not ringing again, called Motorola and they said your warranty is over and we are surry, my pbone service provider is saying lets buy another one we give you %40 off but spending $400 for less than a year,
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Reviewed by lusif from UK on 29th Nov 2006
dis fone is RUBBISH!!! it is the worst fone in da world! it looks RUBBISH!! my nan has a better fone dan dis n hers is about 50 years old !!!!! i cud by a better 1 from netto!!!! reeli
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Reviewed by Aidan Phillips from UK on 24th Nov 2006
This phone is very poor for music files you can only get 6 songs at the most on it and there is no extendable memory on it. I am very disapionted by this phone. Everyone keeps saying its a good phone its not. PLEASE PLEASE DONT BUY THIS PHONE!!!!!
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Reviewed by fred from UK on 22nd Nov 2006
booo
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Reviewed by paul emberson from UK on 16th Aug 2006
the golf game had the beating of me every time and when i stored it in salt water the thing wouldn't work don't buy this phone at all costs.
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Reviewed by Bron from UK on 27th Jul 2006
I think this phone is really good, the camera is excellent, the sound is also excellent. There is excelent signal,only in a few places it has non. The only downfall is that i dont have much storage space on my MP3 player i put on 4 songs and it said the memory was full. Also the battery doesnt last very long. But overall i think it is excellent.
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Reviewed by steph from UK on 31st May 2006
i got the phone for christmas, i think it is really good! bt today it said inbox full on the little screen. so i deleted some messages and it was still there. Then i deleted all my messsges so none in the inbox and it still said it! although i can still send and recieve texts! does no1 know what has happened or what i can do??
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Reviewed by Susan from UK on 28th May 2006
This fone is da worst fone i av eva purchased. It crashes everytime i use the bluetooth and the video. I hate it and i am taking it back to the shop to exchange it for a new phone. Not only me but other people who have a motorola fone also complain about the problems of it crashing I hope from this review the motorola comapny can take into account that their fones are not up to scratch and they need to think of a method to solve this problem that is not only affecting me but other motorola customers.
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Reviewed by laura from UK on 25th May 2006
i first got this fone 2 mths ago it worked well on the 1st day then it started freezing mostly on writing txt messages + renaming pics,videos + sounds so i had 2 keep turning it on + off evry time it froze which was annoying so then i went 2 go + get it fixed the ppl sed that i jus needed a new software update bt now ive got it bk fixed with a new software update the fone is working really well than wot it was b4 bt the only thing at the moment thats annoying me is the battery its lasts 4 1 or 2 days + wen i charge it it takes at least 3hrs 2 charge which shudnt do that bt all it needs is a new battery so if any1 is avin a battery e.g charging or freezing problem wiv their fone jus get a new motorola battery + new software update. bt al2geva i love this is fone its the best 1 i av had so far all the features r there basically 2 me it has evrything on it i need.
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Reviewed by sameed from UK on 21st May 2006
extremely bad phone reliable but the screen being a 262k one seems like a 4096 color screen the camre sux and the bluetooth never works. the outer display is very bad the audio quality is verrrrrrrrrrrryyyyyyyyyyy bad when i insert the memory card it takes really short video clips mostly just of most 9 minutes. the menu is really confusing seems like an outdated phone. plz i beg of u don't buy this fone cuz if u do u will be wasting ur own money
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Reviewed by Becky from UK on 19th Apr 2006
Ive had this phone for about 9 months now. Me and some other members of my family have all got the same phone. Its got a brill camera and features. However the only problem that has affected all of my family's motorola V635's is that after around 6months the sound goes. When someone phones you up you can't hear them talking. It is possible to get this repaired under guarantee though, but the problem has re-occured on my sisters phone. Apart from that this phone is one of the est phones ive had for a while.
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Reviewed by Dan from UK on 24th Mar 2006
Have had the phone for almost a year now, should say my third one. First one had problem with displays, they went all white and lost all memory. Second one replaced after 3 months kept dropping calls and locking up, replaced again with new phone after 4 months, then the last one started to fail about 3 weeks into receiving it, and the current problem is error cannot charge. Motorola will not replace again, so I had no choice to send in for repairs. Phone returned week later, and two days later the same error has occured. Now I am traveling out of the country, battery low allarm is on and unit will not charge at all. I look at this more as a loss to my service provider and Motorola. The features seem fantastic for this phone, but unfortunelty when you come to rely on this type of technology and it is failling at such a high rate, one must wonder where the quality is? Time to find new service provider also, as they (Rogers) are not to interested in resolving the issue, keep telling me to deal with Motorola. Without making any negative comments, I would recommend anyone buying a new phone to sit down and watch for an hour all the cusotmer service issues that take place on various phones, I was amazed to see the large number of people with the simmilar issues when waiting for sales rep to deal with my issues.
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Reviewed by stew from UK on 11th Feb 2006
Problems, Problems, Problems..... Reading some of the bad experiences other people have had on here completely echoed what ive had to put up with for the last 10 months, this is a piece of junk. Dropped calls, red button continually breaking, bad reception, no texts for days then recieveing them in bulk, poor battery life (needs recharging every day),the list goes on.... I've been using my old Nokia whilst i've had this phone as it's continually being repaired(!!!) just to have the same problems a few days after I have it back. This week i've finally given up and got myself a new phone (back to Nokia). Will never go near a Motorola phone again, they look good but they just don't work.
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Reviewed by Matt Robinson from UK on 25th Jan 2006
This phone is an excellent phone. It looks stylish and has great battery life. However there is one or two things that annoy me. 1. I cannot play tracks from CD's on the phone. I'm not sure if that this is just me being stupid or that the 512mb card doesn't like them. 2. The bluetooth although it stays on for however long you want, the "Find Me" option only stays on for 60 seconds. Is there a way to change that? Other then those slight annoyances, it's a brilliant phone, very durable, and if you drop it, it doesn't affected it at all. Overall a great phone.
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Reviewed by - from UK on 21st Dec 2005
This phone has been great so far! I have had it for about 6 months now and nothing has gone wrong, everything had worked smoothly. Now I have a slight problem with switching the storage device from the phone to the memory card. I have read all of the instructions but when I do as told, data is deleted. It randomly switched devices while I was transferring photos onto my pc. If anyone has had this problem and can help, please do!!
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Reviewed by Garth from UK on 12th Dec 2005
I cannot understand why some people are giving this phone 1 star??!? Somebody even moaned about the memory which is expandable via a mini sd slot well hidden. The camera is excellent, and although you don't get that many good ringtones, you can put your favourite mp3's on it and use them as ringtones. If you didn't receive software or a data cable in the package, you can get it on ebay for about £7 which will allow you to transfer videos, mp3's, pictures etc to and from your mobile. I used to be anti motorola because i felt the texting was not user friendly.... yes unlike Nokia, but in fact iTap is better then T9, and it is not difficult anymore at all. There are some disadvantages, however. The screen is clear and shows colours well, but for goodness sake motorola, learn from the Japanese, and Koreans. Everybody wants the TFT screen to be as big as possible, like a sharp or a panasonic. Also it is a bulky phone. I don't see the point of a thick aerial sticking in your side..... hide it. (again, ebay will help with a stubby) In saying all of this.... for the money you spend, i don't think you will be dissapointed, oh and Nokia fans.... isn't it all a bit samey now?? push the boat out!
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Reviewed by h from UK on 25th Nov 2005
mint
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Reviewed by Vaughan from UK on 23rd Nov 2005
I bought the V635 in June 2005. A few weeks ago, it suddenly started dropping calls for no reason at all - both incoming and outgoing. It's been back to Motorola UK Repair Centre (SBE, Ashford, Kent) for 2 warranty repairs in the last 6 weeks. It came back after the latest repair on Saturday 19th Nov, and it's STILL dropping calls - and this is after firstly, a software upgrade, and the second time, a hardware and software upgrade. It makes me wonder just what the people at SBE are doing. Evidently, not a lot. In all other respects, the phone is attractive, it seems well built, and has a good screen display. But it is simply not reliable. And surely, that is the most important feature for a mobile phone - reliability. And by the way, Motorla's after sales care is very poor as well. They want the phone back at least 3 times for repair before they will even consider replacing it. And that's not replacing it with a new phone - oh no, just a "new" core, which has probably been re-conditioned. How bad is that! What would a brand new phone cost them? As a result, I have lost all confidence in Motorola as a brand - and as a company, which if you believe their own PR, claims to have a "total customer care" philosophy. Rubbish! I will NEVER consider, recommend or buy another Motorola. My old Nokia 7210, which I've been using whilst the V635 is being "repaired" has never let me down once.....
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Reviewed by Layla from UK on 15th Nov 2005
My friend just got this phone.. the box was damaged when it arrived an she has already had problems with it jsut wondering if it is damanged or is this normal for the phone.. so far.. bluetooth freezes during file transer.. phone crashes an need to take battery out to restart. any idea email me... generaljackoneill @ gmail . com (remove spaces.) is it poss the bluetooth crashes cos the size of file transfer is to big??
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Reviewed by William Benkin from UK on 25th Oct 2005
There apppears to be a mixed opinion about this phone and reviews seem to go from one extreme to the other.I sense that those who are disappointed with this phone are the types who spend all day texting/photo messaging their mates because they have nothing better to do and downloading inane wallpapers and ringtones to make themselves feel more popular and trendy. This phone is a good phone! The camera is of very sharp quality so much so that I have managed to download the pictures onto my pc and print them off. (this required extra software which I got from Motorola over the phone - cost about fifteen quid) But the resulting images are good enough for my photo album. Those reviewers who say the camera is blurry need to read the instruction manual or cut back on your coca-cola intake - you've got the shakes! I have had this phone for a year now and it has never let me down. It has good battery life, useful options for business purposes (calander and notes, addresses etc can be shared with you home pc and synchronised with the software I have already mentioned). For pleasure it has entertaining games and checking the footy scores with the WAP thingy is pretty useful too. And as for those reviewers who slated the MP3 player, GO AND GET AN IPOD!
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Reviewed by some one who wished he adnt bought one of these fones!! from UK on 14th Sep 2005
DONT BUY THIS FONE!! the memorys rubbish on it, and freezes most of the time, the texts dont keep up with you when your writing them, the mp3 player on it is useless and you carnt get the wap setting on one of these if its on 02. oh yer and its hard to get hold of the spare parts to get it repair like mine i had, i wos looking all over for a new LCD internal screen and no one had one. DONT BUY IT ITS A WASTE OF MONEY!!
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Reviewed by michele from UK on 9th Sep 2005
This phone sucks!! The camera isnt great, the memory was very poor and texts were a nightmare to send as it couldnt keep up with me! Was quite an expensive phone to buy aswell, which boasts loads of features but doesnt deliver, i promptly went back to my very reliable k700i which i love! DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!
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Reviewed by lukeyd from UK on 24th Aug 2005
i have not bought this mobile yet but hve tried it in phone shops, it is amazing and the video is brill, also someone wrote about is being very blurry but it is probably the persons incapability to take decent photos ,only place on pay as you go is carphonewarehouse. i will be getting it in 3 days time.
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Reviewed by Paul Selby from UK on 17th Aug 2005
This is without a doubt the worse phone i have ever had. It boasts a huge range of brilliant features, with great specifications, but in reality half of them don't work well. The "great camera" whilst being 1.3 megapixels, seems to more than not take blurry photo's, also, you have to go through far too much after having taken a photo to save it. Texting has also become painful, as it doesn't seem to be able to keep up with me, and i'm not exactly the fastest texter in the world. Battery sucks too, porrly made, back always falls off. sometimes doesn't send text msgs, but doesn't let you kno. DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. get a samsung they rock.
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Reviewed by dj-blueberry from UK on 4th Aug 2005
The phone is supposed 2 have loads of features but they are a joke!! The MP3 is pants, the 1.3 megapixel camera needs serious looking at and the vidio is appawlin! It is VERY plastic and plastic looking. DO NOT buy this phone. It is rubbish!!
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Reviewed by Yoda - London from UK on 26th Jul 2005
Overall build quality is good but it is let down by its inadequate programming. I don’t know about others but i found the sound quality (the most important thing for a phone) was very very poor. I could hear other people but others had problems hearing me. The MP3 player is a joke!! Why Motorola found it necessary to use a java program that takes 2 mins to load up just to play a song instead of a stand alone menu option is beyond me! After using Nokia’s for many years I found the v635 phone book was poorly programmed. Navigation took ALOT longer than on a Nokia. The camera was excellent, the best part of the phone, shame about the memory capacity. The fact that voice memos only last a maximum of 60 seconds and the clamshell had to be open to record was also annoying. This phone is also a nightmare when it comes to Bluetooth!!! Not only does it not send to Sony Eriksson, it does not pair with computers completely. DUN connections work but serial connections are non existent! Its also a shame Motorola hasn’t released any Bluetooth drivers after the v600 for palm devices. If u don’t use your phone for mush more than taking photos I am sure you will like this phone, but if your a regular user stay away!
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Reviewed by linz from UK on 24th Jul 2005
dont listen 2 these idiots dat hav given it 1 star! they dnt no a gd phone wen they see 1! this is da best fone i hav ever had nd i wud recomend it 2 any1. the camera is gr8 it luks gr8 nd has da best ring tones.its easy 2 use nd da butons r gdgd cos they aint 2 smal fr lik txtin. 5 star definitly !
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Reviewed by Pierre from UK on 20th Jul 2005
I bought the V635 a few days ago with the intent of using this phone for the next 2 or 3 years. My old phone had broken (antenna) and I needed a new phone in a hurry. The specs of the V635 are impressive and the on-line reviews are generally positive. This contributed -together with the brand name and the service provider of my choice supporting this phone - to my choice. Unfortunately, the service provider store does not have working phones on display. Only dummies. So, I could not try out the real phone before purchasing it. That proved to be a mistake. The buttons on the side are way too sensitive and simply carrying the phone in the pocket will trigger them. Why not make them such that the phone can actually be carried in a pocket? The phone is difficult to open with one hand. Why not add a small ridge on the cover, so it can be flipped open with one finger? There is a big issue made that the phone can take a memory card in addition to the on-board RAM. Great. But many functions are only available when the address is stored in the on-board RAM, thereby negating some of the advantages of having a RAM card. So now, the user has to juggle with the two types of RAM. Is technology not past this point by now? And why make the useless video "demos" (no doubt occuping on-board RAM) write protected, so the user cannot simply delete them and recover the RAM? The set-up is overly complicated. The manual is of no great help in setting up, as many items are either not described at all or only minimally described in the manual. For example, the section on e-mail informs the reader that this function can be used to send and receive e-mail (who wouldn't have guessed?). Nothing about setting up the phone for this function. It took 3 calls to the service provider for them to get it right. That's one example only. BTW, in case any support techs are reading this: the white piece of plastic at the top of the phone is an attachment point for a strap (not provided, and attachment point not mentioned in manual as far as I can tell), and not the USB port. And the reset functions are located under Initial Setup and not under Security (correctly described in manual). And I would hope that Motorola has other ways of trouble shooting this phone than to ask the customer, right at first, to do a Master Reset (and then not finding it - thankfully). Overall, I am disappointed with my purchase. The phone has great specs. But a phone should be more than a list of specs. That includes general usability, ergonomics, setting-up, manual, software (none provided), etc. Considering the price range of this phone a give it 1 star. If it were in a lower price range I would give it 2 stars. I haven't decided yet if I will try to repair the antenna on my old phone and keep it, and close my new contract. Or if I will keep the new phone/contract despite the aggravation.
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Reviewed by Cheryl, South Wales from UK on 19th Jul 2005
DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!
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Reviewed by Kat from UK on 15th Jul 2005
I've had my motov635 for about 2weeks now. It's the best phone I've ever had! I love the camera, mp3 player, the memory card bit and it flips! BUT...mine has just started saying 'insert sim' - it was working totally fine but now occasionally when I look at the screen 'insert sim' just pops up-it happens when I try to connect the charger or usb cable to it too. I'm definately sending it back, but getting another v635 and hoping it was just my handset that was like that!
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Reviewed by mpk from UK on 10th Jul 2005
This phone is the best. Just got it last week and I have already started loving it. It has a very strudy feel and functions perfectly for what it is meant. I mean the sound, reception and all the basic features of a cell phone are very neat. I dont care about the other fancy features but just to mention - camera has a good resolution, mp3 is not very perfect but still ok, speaker phone is amazingly loud, video not tried yet and dont want to. Overall it is a perfect phone for men. (strong, robust and quality). I highly recommend it.
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Reviewed by jill from UK on 4th Jul 2005
hya, wow! this is my first motorola phone and i luv it! everything is brill! except i do hav one little prob i wud like sumone to help me with - when i take a photo its really good and i then save it but when viewing my photos they will lose there quality and go all squares and funny because they are getting made to fit the screen, does anyone no how i can change this so they automatically save orignal size? thank u, if anyone can help me! cho! (btw except from tht this phone is class, buy it!)
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Reviewed by Ni from England on 19th Jun 2005
The motorola v635 is fab! Its camera is great, its video camera is fantastic! Its mp3 player is great! this phone is classy! I love it! One of the best motorolas to date! I also love the games and its easy to use! BRILLIANT!!
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Reviewed by dave brown from england on 19th Jun 2005
this fone is excellent.however i am not sure wether to buy it bcoz i have £120 and not sure which fone i can get within my budget does any 1 have any sugestions?!?!
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Reviewed by Kelvin Baker from England on 17th Jun 2005
I have written a review ealier and this is really an outstanding phone....HOWEVER...I have now a problem transfering sounds from memory card to phone. There is plenty of memory on the phone to take the sounds. So now I am stuck with the same ringtones at the moment. Transferring pics from card to phone are fine. Anyone else have any problems like this and know of a solution. Thanks
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Reviewed by Rosanna from UK on 13th Jun 2005
OMG dis fone is gr8 deres absolutely nuffing wrong with it. I got it 2day n I cant put it down! Any1 whos making up rubbish dat its a bad fone is lying thru their teeth. Get this fone!!!
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Reviewed by Lasse from Norway on 12th Jun 2005
I love the phone, but i hate that sms inbox gets full with only 14 +/- messages.. Is there a max limit i set somewhere, or can i save them in a folder on my transflash? or do i just have to live with a full inbox... :s
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Reviewed by chris from england on 11th Jun 2005
got the phone today, i got it with a memory card and i have now got about 50 songs on my mp3 player, very good phone and great photo/videos
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Reviewed by Carlos from USA on 10th Jun 2005
ITS A GREAT CAMERA PHONE 1.3 PIXEL LOOKS GOOD.MP3PLAYER WORKS GOOD I HAVE TO SAY BEST PHONE I'VE HAD THIS YEAR.
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Reviewed by Neil from England on 10th Jun 2005
Kinda big for a clamshell but I think it's fine. Just the right size for ease of use and prettiness. The battery is fine if you know how to get the best from it (let it run out completely the first few times), and the camera is good. my only gripes are that it's pretty hard to personalise as the menus are tricky to navigate. Also, the video doesn't record for very long- About two minutes on lowest resolution and only ten seconds on highest. Great phone over all.
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Reviewed by Aaron from England on 9th Jun 2005
Not a bad phone but not the best ive ever had, great camera and ring tones(all the important things we look for in a phone). Problems are, i cant really hear anyone when they call, the txt format takes some getting used too and the silly keys along the side mean that i can't put the phone in my pocket as im forever taking pictures of the inside of my pocket. On the whole its ok, but i wouldn't go out of my way to purchase another one, i still prefer my old Samsung E700.
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Reviewed by Sarah from UK on 8th Jun 2005
Got this phone yesterday and its a brilliant! Wasnt impressed my the phones memory, but was impressed with the free music pack containing a memory card which is great. The menu is easy and fun to use, the camera is very good quality, overall a fab phone would definatley recommend!
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Reviewed by Cleave from UK on 4th Jun 2005
I have had the V635 for a little over a week now & its been an excelent choice of phone as all aspects of it are more than up to the job they are intended for. The camera is as good as anything on the market on a phone. i have had a V300 & an E550 & this phone leaves them standing for features, well worth investing in
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Reviewed by Emma from England on 3rd Jun 2005
Its a nice little phone but im having serious problems with it atm. Im on my second one, the first one i couldnt hear when someone phoned me, and this one keep turning its self off! it is well featured and has an excellent camera but i think its goin back and a samsung d500 is replacing it!
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Reviewed by carline from uk on 3rd Jun 2005
i got this fone 4 my son and he loved it. so i went into the fone shop mysewlf and bought it on orange and this truely is the best fone in the world. Although it is expensive its well worth the money and i will never get bored again with the amazing outer screen on the front i know who is calling me before i answer the call. I also love the amazing camera quality which i can also take videos with. If u have been looking at this fone yourself and are worried about the price and what the quality is going to be like dont worry cus i have tested it for you and i can tell you its MONEY WELL SPENT!
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Reviewed by Rob from UK on 2nd Jun 2005
Phone is great, had it for a month or so with no problem. However, last night when I put it on charge it just said "Unable to Charge" and is still the same this morning. Anyone else had this problem? Any feedback would be much appreciated.
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Reviewed by Graham from UK on 1st Jun 2005
What ever you do don't get this phone. Compared with Nokia's everything is difficult to find and do. The phone book has separate entries for each number rather than associating them with one person. The WAP service doesn't seem to work and even if you do manage to get it to work you cannot bookmark web sites. The battery doesn't last long. The camera was poor quality when it worked and after a few days develop a red line down the picture.
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Reviewed by Ian from UK on 1st Jun 2005
This is the first Clamshell i have owned and was not sure, but first impressions are favourable. The phone is easy to use, the MP3 player is quality, but slow to load. The only thing that is really bugging me is trying to connect the phone to the bluetooth headset, which came with the package. I cannot get the two to talk, but apart from that the phone seems good.
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Reviewed by Micah from England on 1st Jun 2005
All in all this is a great little phone. When opened the earpiece actually goes to your ear and the microphone actually sits near your mouth. It's easy to use and you can personalise the shortcuts and side buttons, which is handy. My only fault with the phone is that is freezes on accasions when recieving the odd picture via bluetooth. A great thing is that with transflash cards you can expand the memory upto 256mb. The 256mb card can be bought for less than £25 inc. delivery online. Great phone!
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Reviewed by Kate from UK on 31st May 2005
Futher to my review a couple of entries down, since writing that I have found that the battery is actually quite good. When I was charging it before I would occassionly check the battery status and when it was at 6 then I would stop charging it, what you need to do is leave it until it says 'charging complete' under the date and that it when you will get the full power from it. As a medium user, its lasted almost two days before it dropped a bar. Also if you haven't discovered it already, please play with the Motomixer! It'll give you 6 tracks to choose from. Once you have selected one it'll break it down into 4 instruments eg, drums, bass, piano and strings and let you remix the track the way you want. Obviously, its not a a vital feature on the phone but it's a hell of a lot of fun! One last thing, I noticed that a lot of people have talked about what memory they've got. Me and my boyfriend bought our phones a week apart from O2 with one of their online tariffs. Both of us got loads of extra bits anyway but O2 included a motorola music pack with even more extras including a free 128mb memory card!! Not sure how long they'll be doing that for so snap them up quickly!
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Reviewed by Steve from UK on 30th May 2005
As reported by previous reviewers, the battery/charge on this phone is awful. The battery level drops from full to critical within hours. Turn it on and with normal use it will be dead in about 4/5 hours. Absolutely pathetic.
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Reviewed by Amer from Scotland on 27th May 2005
I've had this phone a few days now and i think its amazing. The camera quality is outstanding (even seems better than my 2 megapixel stand-alone digital camera!). The video recorder is just as good...although when you transfer videos to your pc, the quality isnt fantastic. The screen is very high quality compared to other phones with its 262K colours and high resolution. The best feature of this phone (probably what i bought it for) is the massive memory you can add to it. It came with an internal memory of 11MB and ive bought myself a 256MB transflash card for putting my mp3s and videos on. The only problem i had with this phone was working out how to transfer mp3 and videos to and from it, the program that came with it was confusing to use but i got it eventually. I've taken full advantage of the video player/memory capacity and put a whole season of family guy on it - i'll never be bored on the bus again :) If your transferring large files to your phone, i recommend that y ou get a SD card reader rather than using the data cable because file transfer speed with the data cable is terrible.
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Reviewed by Davo from UK on 26th May 2005
Just bought this phone and its going back already! I've had so much hassle trying to get a signal with the thing I've had to get on top of my shed before I can even receive my sim updates. Admittedly the phone looks great, but its no good if I can't even make a call on it. My partner has a mobile on the same network as me, and she has great reception - so of my phone goes, back to Orange. I won't be getting another one.
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Reviewed by Kate from UK on 26th May 2005
I had wanted a flip top phone for a couple of years but never found something that really took my fancy. Well V635, come on down! Not only is this phone stylish it packs in a lot of useful features. I've previously been a nokia person so knew that switching to a different make would mean it would take time to get used to the new layout, however, the V635 was suprising quick to pick up. The user interface is straight forward. The camera quality is outstanding with lots of options to make your pics even better. The sound quality for calls is superb. The thing that I really love though is that it gives you a lot of flexibility to personal it so you really feel that it is unique to you rather than part of a mass production! The only niggles I have about it is the manual could be a little more detailed. Sometimes I found that it would tell you how to do something but not actually explaining what it is in the first place. On Bluetooth, it has the option 'find me' but no pairing, so you would prob need the other device to find you rather then you find it. Also, the battery could last a little longer but then I suppose it is powering 2 high quality colour screens. I know that people have had some problems with it crashing or bluetooth not working etc but if your considering buying it go for it. Faulty phones are rare and returnable. Its worth the risk of having to send one back because its a fantastic phone.
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Reviewed by Lloyd from Wales on 26th May 2005
Quality fone but has now started freezing when trying to write txt messages. Jus wonderin if anyone has found a way of sorting this problem?
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Reviewed by tina from england on 24th May 2005
it is very coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
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Reviewed by tina from india on 22nd May 2005
excellent cell phone
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Reviewed by pigpen from USA on 20th May 2005
Where to begin. I've had the phone about a month. Have used many different phones. Am switching from a Pocket PC phone so that I can use the EDGE with my bluetooth pda. The camera is awesome. Takes good pics and the MP3 player is nice. I did a search for '256 trans flash'...got a good deal on that..the MP3 ringtones only work from the phone's memory, and not the transflash...cut 'em up and make 'em smaller then move them to the phone's mem...a pain, granted, but you always answer it before the whole thing plays anyway...keep them around 30 seconds tops and you'll have about 256 K each...with only 6 megs or so to play with, every bit counts..I have almost a dozen loaded up (close to 100 tunes on the transflash though) and it boogers me up when I go to check my email..always running out of memory on the phone..wish I knew how to store the mails to transflash...haven't figgered that out yet...I had to make a new gadget though...I took the stock stereo headphones, cut off the ear pieces and spliced it into a regular female headphone jack...sweet....now I can plug ANY headphones in to jam to my mp3s and also use my car adapters (cassette and FM), or external speakers to more fully enjoy my music.....it's not the perfect phone, but it is definitely a good one...it does a lot and has a lot of expandability by way of java applets...the video recorder does sound too...an added bonus and pretty unique for such a smally, stylish phone...seen one that had the metal pieces chromed...very nice...hard to find accessories in the states right now...found some in Canada and UK so far though...
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Reviewed by james from uk on 19th May 2005
had phone one hour. Went to take a picture with the button on the side of the phone and its crashed. Lokky i took out the insurance and will be getting it replaced soon.
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Reviewed by eli from uk on 18th May 2005
da fone iz ace!! av ad it bout a mnth nw tho n it as bin da best fone eva...nefing u cud eva wnt on it lol. bt nw tis doin da freezin fing wen a txt lol n tis doin ma ed in!! n ma mp3 playa dunt wrk, tis sys unknown application!! ne 1 av ne ideas on ow a cn fix it? thnx lol
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Reviewed by matt from england on 17th May 2005
ive had this phone for a couple of weeks now and is fantastic, the camera is amazing and the screen does it justice. The side buttens are a little annoying but that is just a minor quibble! if you havent got this phone, be clear, you need it!!
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Reviewed by Ed from England on 16th May 2005
Do not get this phone had problems with reception bluetooth and camera sent it back and same problems occured so sticking withh d500 wich is and AMAZING phone
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Reviewed by Alison from England on 13th May 2005
After agonising over whether to get the Samsung E720 or the Motorola V635 I decided on the Motorola.I had initially made the right decision because my daughter came home with the Samsung.All I can say about the motorola is that's it's OK.There's no wow factor about it except the MOTO ring tone...........WOW!It feels and looks a good quality phone and it is fairly easy to follow the instruction book.The quality of screen front and inside is good but picture quality of camera is not as good as the Samsung E720.I don't know what the battery life is like or any of the functions such as mp3 etc.I probably won't get that far as I think it will be going back shortly in favour of something else.
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Reviewed by Mark from England on 13th May 2005
Supplied by Mobile.co.uk on Orange. Definatly the best phone I've ever owned, the build quality is superb and though the menu system isn't as easy as Nokia it takes less than a week to become competent with. Besides that the camera is great (1.2 MegaPixels), nice selection of features and quality settings. The flash is also one of the brighter on the market. MP3 ringtones sound pretty good, the speaker doesn't live up to my NEC616 but then 3 barred the phone from using mp3's as ringtones anyway. My main grudge would be the side buttons which occasionaly get pressed when in my pocket, though they don't end up making calls the beeps annoying enough. Also Bluetooth discovery isn't always on (you have to activate it then you get 60 seconds to be found) so don't expect to receive random messages out at the pub. You can still find others to send to mind! Looking forward to expanding the memory at some point, already managed to fit an episode of Family Guy onto the 16mb card by re-encoding to the screens resolution so lots of fun to be had! All in all a great phone, mine was supplied with everything I could need bar a bluetooth headset. Software works well on the PC and I'm back on a real network (Orange) rather than Three! Similar Featured Phones - Samsung D500 / Sony S700i
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Reviewed by Steve from UK on 13th May 2005
Simply stunning, outstanding.
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Reviewed by Paul from England on 9th May 2005
I got my V635 last week from O2 online. I was initially a little frustrated with the menu system, as I've upgraded from a Sony K700, which had a comparatively user-friendly interface. Now I'm a few days into ownership I can honestly say I'm impressed with the phone and the user interface is very good. The camera is one of the best I've used on a mobile phone, easily on par with the Sony S700 (My first choice for a phone, which O2 have pulled from their range due to firmware issues). The MP3 player is very good, though a little slow to initialise, very much like waiting for windows media player to open in Windows XP. The supplied 32Mb card is more than enough to get started with, in terms of media storage, though I have found some 256Mb cards online which will make this phone a very usable MP3 device too. Build quality appears to be excellent; the aluminium casing should prove to be much sturdier than the all-plastic case of the K700. I was surprised at the amount of kit that came supplied with the phone - Stereo headset/hands free kit, software CD, PC sync lead, bluetooth headset, memory card, split charging system (for charging the phone and the bluetooth headset simultaneously) and a hefty manual. I do however, have 3 (minor) complaints with the phone: - 1. No SMS counter, which means I have to track my SMS usage online with O2. 2. Read receipts don't work for sent text messages. 3. There's no FM radio! Overall, this is an excellent phone, packed with decent features for the medium to high user. As with all previous Motorolas, new users should be careful with their chargers and phone charging ports as they have a tendency to fail after 9 to 10 months of usage. They aren't particularly robust, so exercise a little care and attention when charging your phone. Also, for those of you ordering your phones online be aware that my V635 has been supplied with a faulty external screen that doesn't work unless the clamshell is squeezed tight. O2 have sent me a replacement without question or delay, but be mindful that you may get a "Friday afternoon" handset.
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Reviewed by katie from England on 8th May 2005
This phone is rubish! i bought it thinking i could have a nice good phone but this was not the case i had it 2 days and the mp3 player messed up and the camera was not working well i took it back and got instead the sharp gx30 and it was so much better the camera is amazing and mp3 player really good a cool flash light on it too!
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Reviewed by Phil from UK on 7th May 2005
MULTIPLE PHONE BOOK ENTRIES Regarding the comments that multiple phone book entries are NOT supported by this phone - yes they ARE! It just happens that your contacts are 'expolded' by default. Phone Book > Settings > Setup > View > Primary Contacts Now only your primary contact per person is shown in the phonebook list. To see their other numbers, scroll left or right. Job's a good 'un, as they say round here! Overall I am very impressed with the improvements over my V600, which I loved. This is one solid, well featured phone. Very happy with my free upgrade! However, the Samsung D500 is a worthy contender and camera is considerably better, both in quality and features (multi-shot anyone?!).
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Reviewed by Hairy from England on 4th May 2005
After having a V500 for nearly a year and being very pleased with it i decided to upgrade to the V635. So far no major problems with it. Only problems are that the manual could be a bit clearer - anybody know how to get Edge as default instead of the usual GPRS? Also when using the flash on the camera, the light comes out on the side of the pic. This phone is very easy to use.
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Reviewed by Kelvin Baker from England on 4th May 2005
After the bugged V600 and the pointless V620 (which had numerous MMS and WAP problems), I was reluctant to upgrade to V635...I needn`t have worried as it is a great little phone. On o2 contract and have had no problems whatsoever with this phone. Great quality camera and video with a high quality screen. MP3s are a bit fiddly to get on the phone but once you get the hang of it its great!! My only grip with the phone is that if you get a txt msg and you leave the phone for a few minutes the phone goes back to displaying the time and u have to press smart button on side to check if you got any messages. Other than that this is a great phone!!!!
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Reviewed by Debs from England on 3rd May 2005
Just got this fone a week ago and the best ive had, got everything i want on it. Just a couple of things though thats bugging me!! How do i get the MP3 songs to be ringtones cant save/move em not enuff space!!! and where do i go to get a higher MB memory card?? if anyone can help ill be grateful, ill check and see for some feedback later...thank you!!
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Reviewed by kevb from uk on 2nd May 2005
am know on my 2nd V635 in week, awaiting 3rd have had nothing but trouble from it,,, battrey not good 1st one lasted 30 mins from fully charged and not even used it... 2nd one lasted 3 hrs from fully charged battery level 6 10 minds after switching it on it was at level 4 then next thing i knew battery low beeping then dead.. sent 2 texts and 3 min call.... i have to have 3 bad ones to get a new type but i hope this works ok? i like the features just the battery is really bad on the ones i have had... i hope they are just bad batch!!
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Reviewed by rob S from UK on 2nd May 2005
Great Phone, love the camera, excellent picture quality for a camara phone, good battery life as long as you don't leave the bluetooth on too long. Works well as a speaker phone, tend to use that now more than the bluetooth head set. Annoying bits, as said below button on side switches camera on a bit too easily,(lots of blank pictures of the inside of my pocket ) would be nice if you could turn the button off. Other than that a brill phone, had the choice of the Raz v3 but the camera clinched it in the end. One thing , how do I set an mp3 as a ring tone, I just can't work it out, Answers on a postcard....... In reply to the other Rob from England, I think you are talking about the cable that connects to the charging cable and splits it into two to charge the phone and a motorola blue tooth headset as well. Needless to say phone goes to phone and headphone goes to the headset.
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Reviewed by knackers from uk on 1st May 2005
After owning numerous Motorola phones and never having a problem I decided that this was the one for me, and boy was I right! Its a class phone, the features are great the feel and build quality is excellent. One thing I do like about the Motorola menu is that you can pin lock nearly every aspect of the phone. The phonebook, text messages etc, basically everything can be locked to keep out prying eyes. Well sorted if your cheating on your woman like I am. One thing I would have liked to see is an option to turn off who has sent the message as the senders name shows upon opening. Only a small gripe though, on what is a fantastic piece of kit. I was tempted to switch to another phone make when my contract ran out after owning a V500 due to its poor camera but I'm so glad I didn't. All in all, a perfect phone in every way, keep up the good work Motorola!
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Reviewed by Grezza from UK on 29th Apr 2005
I just bought this phone yesterday, and I'm really pleased that I did! It was the clamshell design and megapixel camera that attracted me to it, but I have to say that every single thing about this phone impresses me. The screen is large, bright and clear, making texts easy to read, the video camera is great fun and voice calls are very clear. The main review picked up on the (relatively) high weight of the phone, but I reckon this gives it a sense of solidity and reality you don't get with floaty light phones! The best phone I have ever owned, and I got it because of what I read on this site! Thanks Mobile Phones UK!!
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Reviewed by Rob from England on 28th Apr 2005
Phone seems good once I got used to the menu system. Camera is excellent.I got a funny cable with the phone and I don't know what it's for! It splits into 2, one part has a picture of a phone on it and the other has a picture of a megaphone and headphones on it. These bits go into the bottom of the phone but I don't know what the other end plugs into! Can anybody enlighten me?????????
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Reviewed by spudd from U.K on 27th Apr 2005
to load Mp3's use a card reader on the computer,the T-flash fits in a card adapter that fits into the card reader.copying video clips to the phone, is the video format Mpeg 4...?
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Reviewed by Michael Schwope from England on 26th Apr 2005
Got the phone for 2 weeks now and just wanted to give other people the low-down: At the end of the day it is really a matter of taste so just let me list the good and the bad points. First the good: solid construction, even though the battery cover doesn't sit very tightly. The keys are a joy to use, just feels nice. Good mega-pixel camera, have seen better though (Sharp GX30i, SE S700i). Good sounding MP3 player, need to uprade TransFlash memory card to 256MB to make good use of it though. Use MP3s as ringtones AND message alert (unlike Samsung and SE phones). Good reception quality, in fact this is the first Motorola phone I have had to have no problems in this area. Wallpaper picture appears automatically on outside screen as well. Transparent menus, you can see your wallpaper through icons and navigation items. Now the BAD: I actually cannot believe this, but there are NO time stamps on incoming, outgoing or missed calls - it just lists the number or name and that's it! The hot key on the side of the phone is programmed to start the camera when the phone is closed and you CANNOT change this - pressing this button accidentally is very annoying. The Java MP3 player application doesn't seem very stable - you can create playlists in the Sounds menu though and play your mp3 in there. The outer screen only lists missed calls and incoming texts for a short period of time, then it reverts back to standby (showing digital clock) you have to press the side key to check. Battery life is not very good - 3-4 days with minimal use, 2-3 with medium and just a bit longer than 1 day with heavy use. Very annoying bleeping that you CANNOT switch off when battery is low. With all that said it is very solid and stylish phone and definately one you want to be seen with. Hope this short review is useful to anybody.
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Reviewed by Mark Brown from uk on 25th Apr 2005
Great phone fantastic video/camera best I have seen by a mile.Had a v600 which was rubbish.Having probs with mobile phone tools as cant seem to get audio files into multimedia section.Even put audio files on the desktop but the program cant detect them.Will keep trying though but its getting tiresome.Would recommend this phone to anyone, superb build quality.
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Reviewed by emma from uk on 24th Apr 2005
this is the most amazing fone EVER I CANT STOP USING IT. I FREAKING SLEEP WITH IT UNDER MY PILLOW. I COULDNT STOP USING IT SO MUCH MY BOYFRIEND DUMPED ME, BUT O WELL IM OK COS I HAVE THE FONE, WOOOO
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