Panasonic GD87 Vodafone Live Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic mobile phones
Description:RRP: 400 £ / Weight Detail: 103 g / Standby Time: 220h / Talktime: 5 to 8h / Display Detail: 65.536 Colours; Size: 123 x 176 Pixel
Newest Review: ... light (probably the lightest camera phone on the market.) But here are where things start to go wrong for Panasonic. The ... more
Customer Panasonic GD87 Vodafone Live Reviews (3)
by - written on 30/07/03, updated on 30/07/03 (Very useful, 622 readings)
I bought this phone eight months ago now as a little treat to myself coming up to Christmas. Initially I was well pleased. I had one of those camera phones that everybody was talking about - and on top of it all, it was THE latest gadget at the time (I am a bit of a gadget freak you see!) But the honeymoon soon ended, and little niggling things started to creep in on my happy relationship (with the phone that is!). I'll start with the phone's good points. It's got a camera, which is the main good point really. The picture quality is quite good, but the images aren't large as the Nokia camera phones. There is quite a large amount of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/03, updated on 20/07/03 (Useful, 411 readings)
I have had this phone for a year now, I really thought that I would be entering the new age of technology with the Photo features. I would soon realise that there is a long way to go if the manufacturers are going to get people to use it as often as text messages. But the problems just start there. Originally the phone seemed better than the Sharp GX10i. The picture was and is sharper, the menu is easier to see and handle. The polyphonic ring tones were of a better mix, and best of all, the Sharp is thicker and bulkier than the Panasonic. There could only be one winner. Couldnt there? Aside from the troubles we had with Vodafone in setting up Vodafone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/03, updated on 23/02/03 (Very useful, 3280 readings)
Overall I was very impressed with the specifications of the phone and although it lacks the more up to date Bluetooth technology you need the cash to buy those expensive extras to benefit from this feature anyway. Infrared comes by means of a port on the front face of the phone, below the camera. This means easiest connection to a laptop would require the phone to be kept open. The first thing you will notice is how easy the menu system is to navigate. Easy thumb operation of the directional and select keys takes no time to get used to. The initial animated graphical menu has nine icons which by default starts on the centre one for camera activation, you may ... Read the complete review
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