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CaptainCaveMann
Nov 28, 2004, 02:52 PM
Has anyone used this phone? Hows the battery life and the over all product quality. I have a samsung x427 for comparison

PlaceofDis
Nov 28, 2004, 03:14 PM
i just got this phone, the battery life isnt all that great to be honest, i think the v180 is much better, unless you need to have a camera phone, if i had a chance to chose again i would go without the camera and get the v180, there really is no difference between the two besides black vs silver and battery life and a camera

besides the batt life, which isnt bad, it just could be better, i think its a great phone, a bit heavier than i expected, but i dont mind, and i like the speakerphone as well, works very good

efoto
Nov 28, 2004, 03:33 PM
v400 Review (http://reviews-zdnet.com.com/Motorola_V400___cellular_phone___GSM/4507-6454_16-30723942.html?tag=tab)

Zdnet review of the v400.

Koodauw
Nov 28, 2004, 03:42 PM
I used the V400 for a while. We didnt get a long to well. It was fine, the battery life was fine for me. Nothing un reasonable. 3-4 days is what I got. I seemed rather slow n sluggish at times. It also scratches very easier. Then my backlight died on it. ( Just one day went out.) I went into Cingular and they gave me a new one on the spot.

I was done with the phone though, and bought a V600 at the same time. (sold the new V400 on ebay) It much more durable IMO opinion.

I've since bought a V3.

All in all its a good phone. Nothing special IMO. but solid.

Calvinatir
Nov 28, 2004, 05:24 PM
I love the phone except i have to charge it every night, if i don't charge it one night it will die the next night. Otherwise the phone is great.

CaptainCaveMann
Nov 28, 2004, 06:02 PM
I used the V400 for a while. We didnt get a long to well. It was fine, the battery life was fine for me. Nothing un reasonable. 3-4 days is what I got. I seemed rather slow n sluggish at times. It also scratches very easier. Then my backlight died on it. ( Just one day went out.) I went into Cingular and they gave me a new one on the spot.

I was done with the phone though, and bought a V600 at the same time. (sold the new V400 on ebay) It much more durable IMO opinion.

I've since bought a V3.

All in all its a good phone. Nothing special IMO. but solid.So you would recomend the v600 over the v400 as far as battery life and quality?

Koodauw
Nov 28, 2004, 06:21 PM
So you would recomend the v600 over the v400 as far as battery life and quality?

It all depends. I liked the V600 better than the V400 for these reasons.

It was made out of Metal/Aluminium instead of plastic.
I seemed to be able to hear better on it. Although i think it was do mainly to ergonomics.
I liked the look and feel of it much better. To me the V400 was the beta, and the V600 was the final product.

I value style, and durability, so I went with the V600. Also, I had a V60 which I loved. Possibly the best phone I have ever owned, and the V600 remind me much of it. I'm sure was a big part of my decision.

And as for battery life, if I remember correctly it was about the same. No huge difference.

So I guess if your an average user, The V400 is a good fit.

BTW, I dont think Cingular sells the V600 anymore. I think they replaced it with a 500 series phone. Which is made out of plastic :(

CaptainCaveMann
Nov 28, 2004, 07:22 PM
It all depends. I liked the V600 better than the V400 for these reasons.

It was made out of Metal/Aluminium instead of plastic.
I seemed to be able to hear better on it. Although i think it was do mainly to ergonomics.
I liked the look and feel of it much better. To me the V400 was the beta, and the V600 was the final product.

I value style, and durability, so I went with the V600. Also, I had a V60 which I loved. Possibly the best phone I have ever owned, and the V600 remind me much of it. I'm sure was a big part of my decision.

And as for battery life, if I remember correctly it was about the same. No huge difference.

So I guess if your an average user, The V400 is a good fit.

BTW, I dont think Cingular sells the V600 anymore. I think they replaced it with a 500 series phone. Which is made out of plastic :(Well im using the samsung sgh-x427 non m model and i like it except for the fact that it will only hold 3 downloaded full audio ring tones which is freakin lame imo only 3!! I mean come on. Also its not a camera phone and the battery is less than satisfactory. I want a camera phone with great battery life, i do a lot of text meseging and on the phone all the time i want something that will last me at least 4 days without having to run to my life saving charger. Am i asking to much? ah well come on cingular the technology is there isnt it :cool: