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    Prncssmn7 is offline
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    When I started my service on Verizon, I had to pick out a new phone. To be honest, this was not the phone I wanted. The first store we went to the employees were nasty, so we went to another store.

    If that had not happened, I never would have found this phone. So I guess there is a reason for everything. Before we left the first store, I had gotten my mind set on one phone. However, when we got to the second store, they didn't have the one I wanted. My best friend had a Razr and I figured I had to settle for that one then. That was when I happened upon the Motorola e815. That's when I fell in love. I didn't really like the Razr because it was TOO flat for me. This one is flat, but not too flat. I can find it in my purse, yet shove it in a little pocket too.

    It was easy to tinker with and figure things out as well. The best way to explain the buttons is like a fast food register. There are pics to tell you where things are: the camera, voicemail, etc. I like the little outside window so you don't have to flip it open to see who is calling and it gives the date and time. Also, you can stop it from ringing without opening and it's easy to adjust the volume. It came with a lot of things already loaded: games, pictures, sounds, etc. They were so cute I didn't bother to load some of my own stuff for a little while. When I wanted to customize it with things, that was easy to do.

    The photos you take may not look that great on the phone, but when you transfer them to your comp, you'll swear a regular camera took them.

    Overall, this is a great phone and superior to the Razr in many ways, So if you were trying to choose between the two, this one is my choice.

    - easy to use
    - has many preloaded items
    - takes great pics
    - don't have to open it to see things
    - small enough to fit in a pocket
    -easy to customize

    -battery gets used up fast if you're using the phone for games or surfing the web

    See More: Motorola e815 Review
    Last edited by Prncssmn7; 02-05-2007 at 12:06 AM.

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