Motorola T250 Reviews
Product Type: Motorola mobile phones
Description:WAP | Games | Alarm clock | SMS | Tri-band | Up to 110 hours Standby time | Up to 210 minutes Talk-time
Newest Review: ... to make it different. Now since I've been using motorolas for some time now, Im used to the menus and options and get ... more
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Customer Motorola T250 Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/03/02, updated on 07/03/02 (Useful, 327 readings)
I've had two motorola's up to now, and I kind of got into a habbit of buying one. This time I decided to get a T-250, boasting new features and a blue backlight. The first thing that really gets you, if you're into these things is the color of the screen and the design of the phone, not too much change from the L series yet enough of a facelift to make it different. Now since I've been using motorolas for some time now, Im used to the menus and options and get along quiet fine, but I know from a lot of other people that they do not like this approach and find it hard to navigate so I will not give my opinion on this since Im not the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/01, updated on 10/04/01 (Very useful, 283 readings)
You may have read my Timeport review. If you did you will understand that I really did not like that phone, however I am please to say that this phone is a vast improvement. I mean it's not great but it's getting better. The phone certainly looks more stylish, it comes in silver and looks kind of futuristic. It is certainly more aesthetically pleasing than it's predecessor. It also comes with a blue backlight screen. I'm not sure about the weight but it's similar, it is quite lightweight. The button layout on the new Motorola is very similar to the older versions of the handset only this time we have a new navi-roller style ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/01, updated on 31/03/01 (Very useful, 372 readings)
I will openly admit that I am not an avid fan Motorola's, usually using them as a bookstand or a doorstop. But I have to admit (reluctantly) that Motorola are on the road to recovery with the launch of their T250 model. The phone itself has a stylish, futuristic look and feel to it (and for the benefit of Sexy Kay, yes you can make calls on it ;-) xxx). But the characteristic that draws the most attention is that the boys and girls at Motorola have introduced the greatly desired blue LCD screen (with many phone users still clambering after the legendary Nokia 8810). Once you actually start using the phone things actually go from good to better. ... Read the complete review
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