Motorola V265

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User Reviews:


July 2005


  • Integrated digital camera
  • Speakerphone
  • Voice dial
  • Downloadable ringtones, games and applications


Latest Reviews

4 Stars out of 5

Fait la job

Reviewed on Sunday January 21, 2007 by , 2 ans
Ce cellulaire est fonctionnel et répond à mes attentes. parconte, je trouve que l,accès internet et certains outils sont très dur à comprendre ou à trouver. Pour le reste, il est parfait.
1 Star out of 5

Buyers Beware

Reviewed on Saturday December 9, 2006 by , Montreal
Not a fan of this phone at all. I had this phone for 10 months when the screen would go blank, the phone would shut itself off and then turn back on by itself when i would open the phone. Then it started doing that in the middle of conversations. Telus replaced it, and the whole screen thing started again...also, the battery life is nothing to compliment...
5 Stars out of 5

Motorola Beats All Others For Performance and Simplicity

Reviewed on Thursday May 25, 2006 by , Toronto
The Motorola V265 has a nice cool silver and black apperance, which in my opinion is way better than the plain old silver look LG and Samsung strangely admire. An external reverse LCD (white on black instead of black on white) provides all the necessary phone information you need to know, including signal strength, coverage status, time of day, battery life, and caller ID if available.
On the inside, you'll find a small, but readable 65K CSTN colour display. It's a bit slow and ghosty due to it being a CSTN rather than a TFT, but for a mobile phone, it's acceptable. The keypad is nicely spaced out, but the top soft keys and menu key are a tad too small. A nice, soft blue blacklight illuminates the keybad in dark environments; in bright environments, it automatically disables itself.
Motorola's menu interface is by far one of the best, very simple and intuitive - I don't understand why Samsung and LG make their menu systems so complex. Even if you don't choose to read the manual (but i recommend you do), I'm pretty confident you'll be navigating the menus easily within a short period of time.
The 0.3 MP digital camera takes pretty good images, although the colours are a bit washed out, but nonetheless clear.
Call quality and signal strength are both excellent. Callers can barely notice I'm on a mobile phone, and this phone gets signal in places where my friends' LG and Samsung all show up "No Service".
Battery life is average, but could be better. On average, with normal use (a few short phone calls per day, phone constantly on), I'll find myself charging the phone about every two days.
Overall, Motorola has done it again with the V265, bringing the customer what they want most out of a wireless communication product: Performance and Simplicity. I would definitely recommend this to any Client.
4 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Saturday January 7, 2006 by , ottawa ont.
first off i dont not see why someone would want to treat their phone as a bric...:S but to me the phone is fine im more of a social butterfly so i am constantly on the phone and i find no problems with the batterie i havent charged the phone in 2 days n its only now just on its last bar i guess this is more of a feminin phone the only time i would think of treating it as a brick is when my x boy friend says somthing stupid... i like this phone alot its cute and compact n pritty simple to understand im not into the big technology phones with movies n what not once again to me the phone is fine...