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Decent Entry Level Cellular Phone

Reviewing: Audiovox 9155 Gpx  |  Rating:
Cameron Eittreim By Cameron Eittreim on
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Most cellular phones today do more then just talk, you can surf the internet, look at photos, take pictures, use GPS for maps, play MP3s and more. I needed a basic cellular phone with minimal features for a good price. This phone was at Frys for $49.99 and I thought it was a great price. The phone is basically a good looking phone, it's silver with black accents.

After I bought this phone I wanted to check out the features, this phone doesn't have a graphical interface like most motorolas or nokias so everything is text based. The menu is on the bottom center of the screen so you have to press up on the joy pad to use it. At the top of the menu was the address book so I clicked it. The address book in the phone has room for 99 numbers, each number has a name with it, and you can click the name to instantly dial a number.

Don't be excited about the web browser if you are a internet junkie like me, it's only text based and even if you just typed google.com the internet is slower then aol. I think that this is a far cry from internet at all. The phone doesn't come with any games, and it has 15 ring tones. The phone also has a vibration feature in case you are in a meeting or at school and you can't have your phone on.

The battery life is decent, I left this phone on for three days until it finally died and needed a quick charge. To obtain a full charge the phone only needs about an hour and a half.

For $50 dollars this phone is a bargin, it has all the features you need to call people.