Which Bluetooth mobile phone

chanlon1

Registered User
My contract is coming to its end, and therefore its time to start thinking about which new phone to go for.

Currently have a Motorola V3i RAZR which works perfectly with the S3's bluetooth.

Anyone got any good suggestions about new phones which are fully compatible???
 

N8

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VCDS Map User
I asked this question 2 craig, here u go:

So far paired and Hands free profiles with GSM commands for phone book, Missed/dialed/received calls etc

Apple Iphone
SE K550i
SE K608i
SE K610i
SE K700i
SE K750i
SE K800i
SE S700i
SE W800i
SE T68
SE Z540
SE P990i (Symbian, but works)
Nokia 6021
Nokia 6111
Nokia 6230
Nokia 6230i
Nokia 6233
Nokia 6234
Nokia 6280
Nokia 6310i
Nokia 6500 Slide
Nokia 6800
Nokia 6822
Nokia 8800
Nokia 8801
Nokia N95 (Phonebook download with revision Q BT module and Nokia 810 download manager installed)
Motorola Razor V3
Motorola Razor V3i
Motorola L6
Motorola SLVR L7
Motorola V550
Motorola V600 (in BT mode)
Motorola Z6
Motorola V8 (new)
Orange SPV M600
O2 XDA mini S
Siemens S65
I-Mate K-Jam (firmware dependant)
Samsung P300
Samsung A900 (firmware YL10)
Samsung SGHG600
Cingular 2125 Smartphone (HTC Faraday) (Orange C600?)
MDA Vario
Treo 650 (firmware dependant)
Blackberry 8700c
Blackberry 8100g (Pearl UK O2)
HTC TyTN II

Phones that worked, with Hands free, but not the GSM commands (PDA phones mainly)

SE P910i
Nokia 3233
Nokia 7710
Nokia E50
Nokia E65
Nokia N70
Nokia N73
Nokia N80 very poor does not keep connection with bluetooth consistantly
Nokia N91
Nokia Ngage
Nokia 6620
Nokia 6682
Samsung D500
Samsung D600
Samsung i730
Motorola MPX220
Motorola Z8 (symbian)
Qtek 2020i - Flakey
Sprint Audiovox PPC6600
LG Chocolate
LG Viewty (very poor does not keep connection with bluetooth consistantly)

Phones that found the Interface ,but no pairing at all:

T-Mobile MDA II
O² XDA II
 

chanlon1

Registered User
One other question...in the above list is has phones under the title "Phones that worked, with Hands free, but not the GSM commands (PDA phones mainly)"

What does this mean? What are the GSM commands?
 

N8

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VCDS Map User
I honestly don't know :think: , just copied and pasted the pm I had from craig :lmfao:
 

Shao_khan

Registered User
I recently got the new Razr V8 - and its my first motorola and TBH I am very impressed - worked with the Audi BT no issues and the phone has been faultless.
 

odnet

newbie
iPhone, iPhone..... ok, so the marketing ploy worked on me! they are good though, even if some of the bits are a little out of date (camera, edge etc)... thats what i'll be using when my damn s3 finally arrives! not that i'm sick of waiting for it or anything!
 

Shao_khan

Registered User
How are you finding the Texting? I tried one out and it just seems a bit long winded to me?
 

odnet

newbie
Shao_khan said:
How are you finding the Texting? I tried one out and it just seems a bit long winded to me?

yeah, its a bit of a pain if you're on the move but you kinda get used to it after a while.... deffo quicker on normal mobile but the predictive text is pretty good..... would still rather have the iphone though, even if it does take an hour to write a text! :icon_thumright:
 

N8

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VCDS Map User
chanlon1 said:
I've been reading up tonight on the HTC TyTN II. It looks like quite a cool phone - anyone have one? any comments?

What is HTC TyTN II - Thats petrol dave's sig name, always wondering what it was, could you explain? Thanks
 

rickparmar

Registered User
iphone is a very good phone, but after a while it started to do my head in, so i sold mine

you cant forward txts, send to more then 1 user, camera is very poor,

and if you buy it on contract your stuck with it for a while,
 

chanlon1

Registered User
N8KOW said:
What is HTC TyTN II - Thats petrol dave's sig name, always wondering what it was, could you explain? Thanks

This is it:

htc_tytn_1.jpg
 

N8

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VCDS Map User
what make model etc? thanks
 
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