Re: Going back to Motorola
- From: "Kevin" <kevinweaver@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2005 10:46:46 -0800
If your going to use bluetooth with your 815 think again. There is a known
bug with that phone and bluetooth.
I did a 3way call with motorola along with a tech from verizon.
We both heard this. "There is a known problem with echo with the 815 and
useing bluetooth. Tech from moto said we dont know when its going to be
fixed if ever.
Went to the LG 8100 which is so much better with bluetooth.
"fish" <i.am.such.a.fish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> I've started with Verizon Wireless a few years ago with the Motorola
> Well, that phone was practically useless for the battery life.
> I recall a particular day in where I drove to the city.
> My StarTac had a full charge at the time.
> I called my sister when I was at the Empire State building.
> As I was talking, I was walking north, past Times Square.
> I ended the conversation when I made my way to Rockefeller Center.
> By this point, the battery went from a full charge to only 1 bar!
> I had to shut off my phone.
> This happened on more than one occasion.
> Fast forward to my 2nd cell phone. The Motorola V60i.
> Battery life was the best at the time, but I still kept my phone off most
> the time.
> Major problem was with phone echo as well as voice quality.
> I recall talking to a woman I was dating. I was saying, "hello? hello?".
> She yelled back, " IT'S YOUR PHONE!!" - :·(
> Fast forward to my current phone, the Samsung SCH-a610 with the best
> life ever. I bought a 2nd (high capacity battery).
> This phone outperforms my previous Motorola's.
> ...when I started using it, I immediately noticed that it didn't hold a
> signal as well as the Motorola's!
> I lived with this and still am currently using it.
> Now I have to rethink.
> Currently, the leader of cell phones, the Motorola E815 has my attention.
> While I do not like the cheap plastic buttons on the keypad (I saw the
> numbers faded off at a Verizon Wireless store at Bryant Park in Midtown
> Manhattan), but will admit that the battery performance is the best of all
> I was at a Verizon Wireless store last evening and noticed a high end
> Samsung sitting there.
> Both have Bluetooth, video, camera, etc.
> But the big difference was the signal strength.
> The slick salesman says that all the phones perform equally and have the
> same exact battery performance.
> I ignored him completely.
> I saw it for myself.
> The Samsung was one bar short of full strength while the Motorola was at
> full strength without the antenna extended.
> So far, I am leaning towards the Motorola E815.
> If anyone wants to recommend research towards another phone, I am
> I like Motorola, but I don't want to deal with phone echo or someone
> at me from the other end.
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