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Motorola C390 Review

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Motorola was the first company to complete its phones with Bluetooth-headsets, and now both phones with a headset and without one could be bought. Shortly due to the absence of similar solutions by other manufacturers it got clear the experience is successful. Users were obviously interested in buying such a kit, since the extra payment formed 20-30 USD and a separately bought headset could have cost 50-70 USD. Many customers bought this wireless headset even in no need of it, the though of the economized sum really gladdened. And some of them even sold their headsets for the same 20-30 USD later.


Network:  GSM900 / GSM1800 / GSM1900
Introduced:  2005 Q1
Status:  Available
Form factor:  Block
Antenna:  Internal
SAR Value : 0.5 W/Kg
Weight : 91 g (including battery)
Dimensions  :107 x 45 x 21 mm
Type : Graphical
Colours : 65k, TFT
Size : 128 x 128 pixels
Polyphonic : Yes
GPRS:  Yes
Modem  :Yes
Bluetooth : Yes
WAP  :Yes
Vibration : Yes
SMS:  Send / Receive
Camera : No
Java  :Yes
Games  :Yes
Clock : Yes
Alarm  :Yes
Calculator : Yes
Handsfree : Yes
 - SyncML
- Speakerphone
Standard Battery 
Type : Li-Ion
Standby Time :hours


I've been using this phone for 6 months now, so I thought I'd post a review. I am using it with a Jabra BT800 Headset. I was originally after a phone with bluetooth, no camera, and no gimicks.

















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