Motorola C350 Reviews
Product Type: Motorola mobile phones
Description:Manufacturer: Motorola / Talktime: 3 to 5h / Display: Colour (4096) / Picture Messaging: Yes / Bluetooth: No
Newest Review: ... time the phone does get a bit damp kid of. The battery life is also very long lasting. The Motorola c350 also has predictive ... more
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Customer Motorola C350 Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/01/05
Motorola c350 - Advantages: Small And Compact, Easy To Use Menu , Good Battery Life - Disadvantages: No Camera
by - written on 27/06/04, updated on 27/06/04 (Very useful, 1515 readings)
I upgraded my Nokia 3330 to this Motorola c350 as I wanted a nice colour phone that wasn't too expensive and heavy. I purchased it for £59.99 from Index Catalogue sometime near christmas which I thought was a good price. The main thing was that it looked really good for it's £60 price tag. It comes with a great array of features such as colour screen, games (Moto GP, Astromash and Snood 21), GPRS and polyphonic ringtones. I thought it had Bluetooth as well but it doesn't. The colour screen is very vibrant (though it would be to me, as I only had Nokia 3330 before this) and can be easily adjusted to the theme that you want. There are six ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/03, updated on 08/09/03 (Very useful, 1224 readings)
Having had my battle worn Nokia 5110 for a few years now, I figured it was time to finally give in and buy a new phone. It's a shame, because I really liked that phone. It may have been obsolete and it did take up about twice the pocket space of the C350, but I still liked it. If I hadn't damaged it by dropping it, so that it now switches off randomly, I'd still have it. As you've probably guessed, I'm not into spending hundreds on the latest phone with all the latest features that no-one ever actually uses. No-one sane anyway, as the charges to actually use those features are usually outrageous. All I wanted was to be able to send ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/03, updated on 25/08/03 (Useful, 2535 readings)
The model C 350 redefines mobile ?Personalization? with its ?MotoMixer?, which allows you to remix and create a unique tune from the embedded base tunes for a sound that?s uniquely yours! This is in addition to the customizable front and back exterior covers, downloadable bundled themes, large color display and GPRS capability among others. The C 350 is reasonably priced at approximately INR 10,000 and weighs a mere 80 grams, making it one of the smallest and lightest phone in its category. (This still doesn?t give you the right to damage your heart by hanging it on your chest 12 hours a day!) In addition to this Motorola has launched ?MotoZone?, through an ... Read the complete review
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