'Numeric pad makes typing out messages awkward'
'Obscure menu system'
'Easy to use'
'Lousy camera, Proprietary closed operating system'
'Call quality is great'
'Mediocre voice quality'
'Functional feature set'
'Rugged, long lasting, and perfect for people who don't do more than text and talk'
'We enjoyed respectable call quality for the most part; voices sounded natural, and the volume was loud'
'The Motorola v365 features Bluetooth connectivity, a handsfree speakerphone mode built-in and EDGE high speed data.'
'Worth: $60 - $250 This flip phone boasts the best of two networks with features including push-to-talk, Direct Talk and a speakerphone'
'A special phone we had the chance to review is the Motorola V365, a phone that was designed to revolutionize the mobile phone market.'
'With features like faxing, printing and document management capabilities, it looks like this new release packs enough bang for the buck.'
'voices sounded natural, and the volume was loud.'
'Calls on the RAZR V3t sounded good on T-Mobile's network in New York City.'
'most practical features'
'overall, the V195 is a good basic phone.'
'most attractive phones'
'decent feature set'
'Calls could have static at times, but overall, the V195 is a good basic phone.'
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