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  1. #1
    Ron
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    Visiting some of the other web sites like sprintusers, etc... the
    common thread to the reviews is "this phone knows CDMA".

    If you want vision, camera, etc... then this is not the phone for you.
    If you need a phone that works geat as a phone you might want to take
    a look

    I would love a camera but #1 for me is reception and call quality.
    Call quality is superb. So far (I have had mine 24 hours), it appears
    that I may be getting better fringe reception than my Moto old P8767
    as well. My old P8767 got much better reception that current Sanyo,
    Sansung and Nokia phones on Sprint, thus I would rate the v60v
    reception as exceptional compared to its current peers.

    Ron



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  2. #2
    NF
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    sounds good, but without vision, is there anyway of getting your own
    ringtones in there?

    "Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > All
    >
    > Visiting some of the other web sites like sprintusers, etc... the
    > common thread to the reviews is "this phone knows CDMA".
    >
    > If you want vision, camera, etc... then this is not the phone for you.
    > If you need a phone that works geat as a phone you might want to take
    > a look
    >
    > I would love a camera but #1 for me is reception and call quality.
    > Call quality is superb. So far (I have had mine 24 hours), it appears
    > that I may be getting better fringe reception than my Moto old P8767
    > as well. My old P8767 got much better reception that current Sanyo,
    > Sansung and Nokia phones on Sprint, thus I would rate the v60v
    > reception as exceptional compared to its current peers.
    >
    > Ron






  3. #3
    Ron
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    it looks like you can punch in custom tunes. it come with a whole
    bunch of them built in too.



    NF" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > sounds good, but without vision, is there anyway of getting your own
    > ringtones in there?
    >
    > "Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > All
    > >
    > > Visiting some of the other web sites like sprintusers, etc... the
    > > common thread to the reviews is "this phone knows CDMA".
    > >
    > > If you want vision, camera, etc... then this is not the phone for you.
    > > If you need a phone that works geat as a phone you might want to take
    > > a look
    > >
    > > I would love a camera but #1 for me is reception and call quality.
    > > Call quality is superb. So far (I have had mine 24 hours), it appears
    > > that I may be getting better fringe reception than my Moto old P8767
    > > as well. My old P8767 got much better reception that current Sanyo,
    > > Sansung and Nokia phones on Sprint, thus I would rate the v60v
    > > reception as exceptional compared to its current peers.
    > >
    > > Ron




  4. #4
    Røbert M.
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (Ron) wrote:

    > it looks like you can punch in custom tunes. it come with a whole
    > bunch of them built in too.


    "Punch in"? please explain.



  5. #5
    tl
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    I realize you can't get Vision with this phone, but how about Sprint's
    "wireless web" option. Not as pretty as Vision, but I have WW on my
    Samsung A400 and can download ringtones and get text-only access to
    the web. Anyone know if WW is available on the Motorola V60v?

    "NF" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > sounds good, but without vision, is there anyway of getting your own
    > ringtones in there?




  6. #6
    Ron
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    There is a menu where you enter custom tones. You enter a name and
    use the keypad to enter notes. I didn;t enter any so I can't geive
    you details, I just noticed it

    "Røbert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Ron) wrote:
    >
    > > it looks like you can punch in custom tunes. it come with a whole
    > > bunch of them built in too.

    >
    > "Punch in"? please explain.




  7. #7
    Andrew S
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    [email protected] (tl) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I realize you can't get Vision with this phone, but how about Sprint's
    > "wireless web" option. Not as pretty as Vision, but I have WW on my
    > Samsung A400 and can download ringtones and get text-only access to
    > the web. Anyone know if WW is available on the Motorola V60v?


    almost certainly not. that would require supporting 1X voice but low-speed data.



  8. #8
    Isaiah Beard
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    Re: Initail reviews in Motorola v60v a sigal strenght winner

    Andrew S wrote:
    > [email protected] (tl) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    >
    >>I realize you can't get Vision with this phone, but how about Sprint's
    >>"wireless web" option. Not as pretty as Vision, but I have WW on my
    >>Samsung A400 and can download ringtones and get text-only access to
    >>the web. Anyone know if WW is available on the Motorola V60v?

    >
    >
    > almost certainly not. that would require supporting 1X voice but low-speed data.


    Actually, it HAS been done before. The Sanyo 4700 and quite a few other
    phones that were out roughly 6-8 months prior to the Vision launch that
    bore the "Qualcomm 3G CDMA" label were 1X voice capable, but data was
    through the old wireless web.

    So it's possible that the V60v could have been made this way. However,
    I doubt that Sprint is interested in continuing to support the old
    wireless web interface any longer than they have to, and releasing more
    phones that use WW only pushes back the day they can finally discontinue it.


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