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Motorola Makes A Good Call With This One

Reviewing: Motorola V325i  |  Rating:
compeek By compeek on
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I got this phone to replace my last one, which was the Audiovox I reviewed. This phone blows away the Audiovox.

This phone is pretty durable. The hinge is strong enough to snap easily. This thing can take some falls (within reasonable height, of course) without breaking.

The sound quality is pretty decent. It’s not amazing, but it’s not garbled or fuzzy or anything. It plenty clear enough to have a conversation.

The camera is actually pretty good. There is no flash, so you have to take pictures in good lighting. For resolution, you get three settings that range from 120x160 to 480x640. At the lowest resolution, the pictures are somewhat blocky, but it’s not too bad. But since this is a phone and not a dedicated camera, I think it does a good enough job.

You get 5 preset sound profiles. You can change the settings for them (like setting different rings for calls, voicemail, etc.), but you can’t create or rename profiles. The 5 that you get are silent, vibrate, vibe then ring, loud, and soft.

Bluetooth support is built in and pretty good. My Bluetooth headset works great with it. You can even connect to a computer with Bluetooth to transfer sound and pictures files on and off.

This phone can play MP3 files, so you can put your own ringtones on easily. The space is limited to about 11 megabytes, though, so don’t count on putting many songs on.

Unfortunately, there is no support for any games or third party apps.