E815, so far..
Reviewed on Friday August 11, 2006 by Shuaib, Ottawa, ON
So ok I bought my phone in January right and was pretty excited seeing how Bell doesnt really do much to bring out some good looking phones. But so anyways I got this phone because it came out before the Razor launched and despite it being a tad larger it looked impressive.
Features (most know what it had but still)
-1.3 Megapixel Camera (4x zoom..dont expect miracle quality on closeups)
-Video camerea (again..not the greatest but it suffices)
-plays Mp3s and can be used for ringtones (though i've figured out that the volume on the tranferred files isnt as high as the MIDI files already installed the phone from before)
-Alarm clock (i set mine to Pirates of the Caribbean music=D)
-Jave application (but since it doesnt have any games in it and you need to use the internet to get those I dont have any, so cant tell you much)
-Bluetooth (kinda weird to use but im sure someone can figure it out-no loopholes there =S)
-Bell Mobile Browser (looks good and fast)
my comments; (besides the ones from above)
-The sound isnt as loud as I would like it to be as some phones from say Nokia are
-The vibrate isnt that powerful
-Sometimes when trying to take pictures if you do it too quickly (fast movement) the phone freezes lol
-Though this phone has voice recognition capabilites... unless you're good at it and are really bored no point in using those
-Connection wise, its actually pretty decent and still has that 1x thing going on inside heavy wired building such as university.
-Voice memos are good to utilise when you dont have a pen and paper available and you want to get someones email info or something
-The phonebook is cool it allows multiple numbers for one person and picture ID and personalizing ringtones
-The phone is expandable and you can buy the 256MB for like 29.99 I think. The phone comes with suprisingly built in 44MB, of which realisitcally 40MB is free for you. Sick eh.