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Motorola Tundra VA76r

Motorola Tundra VA76r Black Cell Phone


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Motorola Tundra VA76r
Nokia 2760
Sony Ericsson W350
Samsung SGH-a167
LG 450
Motorola Tundra VA76r Black Cell Phone
Nokia 2760 Cellular Phone
Sony Ericsson W350A Cell Phone
Samsung SGH-a167 Blue Cell Phone
LG 450
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Release Date
Jan 2009
Jul 2008
May 2009
May 2009
Dec 2014
Carrier
T-Mobile, AT-T
T-Mobile
T-Mobile, AT-T
T-Mobile, AT-T
T-Mobile
Style
Clamshell, Flip
Clamshell, Flip
Flip
Flip
Flip, Clamshell
Digital Camera Resolution
2.0 MP
0.31 MP
1.3 MP
0.3 MP
1.3 MP
Screen Size(Diagonal)
2.2 inch
1.85 inch
2.2 inch

  • - Call quality was satisfying, and the Tundra offers the benefits of 3G and multimedia features.
    - All controls are spacious and are covered in a tactile rubber surface.
    - The keypad is equally well-designed with large buttons, sizeable text, and bright backlighting.
    - Voices sounded natural, the audio was loud and clear, and we had no static or interference.
    - The Tundra's HSDPA connection remained pretty strong for downloads and Web browsing.


  • - The Tundra's media options are so-so, however.
    - It offers ruggedness similar to the Tundra's, but it doesn't sound nearly as good on voice calls.
    - The military-spec-certified Tundra is resistant to dust, rain, humidity, vibration, and extreme temperatures.
    - The menu system is straightforward and easy to decipher.

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    - Excellent sound quality and volume. 3G worldphone connectivity.


  • The Nokia 2760 is far from perfect but it's fine for occasional callers, and it has a decent camera to boot.


  • - Call quality is fairly good.


  • For a sub-$100 handset, there isn't too much to complain about here. Bluetooth and MP3 ring tones are standard, while Vodafone's prepay pack is good value. If you're looking for a basic flip handset, then Nokia's 2760 ticks most of the boxes.


  • - The handset-locking switch on the phone's top end is rather handy, however, since it lets you secure the phone with one touch.
    - The keypad buttons and navigation array were disappointing as well.
    - Speakerphone calls were worse, unfortunately.
    - Its call quality was unimpressive and the tiny speaker doesn't do its music player justice..
    - The W350's music player is similar to other Walkman phones, though the feature set is not as plentiful.
    - Photo quality was just average.

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    - The music controls are easy to operate and even if it is hard to realize when you have pressed one, there is a light short vibration to confirm your action.

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    - Sony Ericsson has used this design to allow for music control keys to always be available on the outside of the flip, though this negates the use of the flip as a type of key lock.
    - The Sony Ericsson W350 packs a 176x200 pixel TFT display that is capable of showing 262k colors.


  • The Samsung SGH-A167 won't stand out beyond its royal blue color. Call quality is acceptable, but it's not for heavy callers.

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    - The audio gets really loud however; it gets distorted at the highest level.
    - The call quality is fine for occasional use.

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    - The keypad is basic and easy to use.
    - Calls are nice and clear, no complaints.
    - The battery life is very good.