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    SKIman
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    Anyone using this phone ? Reception any good? any thoughts?

    TIA



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  2. #2
    Tom
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    Re: LG pm 325

    reception is not as good as my Sanyo 8200. Also not comfortable to talk on

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  3. #3
    ojo-malformed
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    Re: LG pm 325

    On Wed, 14 Sep 2005 13:24:30 -0500, Tom wrote:

    > reception is not as good as my Sanyo 8200. Also not comfortable to talk
    > on
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    > "SKIman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >> Anyone using this phone ? Reception any good? any thoughts?
    >>
    >> TIA


    I feel like the reception is *slightly* less than my old Samsung SCP3500,
    as in a few dropped calls where I didn't have them before, but it's
    certainly good enough. Battery life is less than the old Samsung of mine,
    but once again, it's good enough. There's just not enough room on this
    phone for much battery because it's a little thing. Display is hard to
    see in more then moderate sunlight, when in the same light I can read the
    display of a friend's Sanyo VI-2300. There is no persistent voicemail
    indicator, you must pick up the phone after being away, light up the
    display, and see if you have an "event" or something already on the
    screen. The keys are pretty small, so nimble fingers are in order for
    messaging. It's uncomfortable in the hand for extended talking, and
    balancing it between your head and shoulder is really hard. I don't use
    the bluetooth, so you'll have to get opinions from others on that part.

    The above paragraph was the "being critical" stuff. I love the small
    size, it's a very attractive unit. Closed up, it sits in your pocket
    like a little Zippo lighter. There is no external antenna. When slid
    open, the display is large. All the functions seem to work nicely, and
    the web browser is one of the nicer ones I've ever used.

    d




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