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Shoot. Save. Send. Who says your phone can't be your camera too? With the Motorola T720i it can. Just connect the lightweight digital camera to shoot, save and send classic moments instantly. It's simp...

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Super

Moto GP is back

Freezing after WAP

As time goes by we all know that whatever Mobile Phone you have is going to go out of fashion - or if you go on a new contract a lot of the time you’ll find that the only way to get it is to get a new handset with it - so even if you want one or not - you get a new phone, the latter happened to...

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Satisfactory

“Underwhelming”

published 07/02/2004

Few beyond that of a basic phone

Quirky, not that well thought out

It's hard to be anything but indifferent about this phone. On paper at least, it ticks all the boxes; small, lightweight, reasonable build quality, colour screen (why?) Voice, text, data, web, Java, polyphonic ring tones, name it, and it's probably featured, but somehow when it all comes together...

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Good

Good mix of features

No camera on board, Screen poor quality, Build qua...

The Motorola T720i officially reaches its 7th birthday this quarter. Having been released in Q4 2002, it is now virtually completely obsolete but can still be seen in some films depicting the early 2000s. At the time of release it was a successor to the T720 phone, virtually of the same...

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Satisfactory

“POSH SPICE”

published 06/09/2003

Looks lovely

Are there any. i think so, not enough space to lis...

I was looking for a new mobile that’s not an embarrassment. It had to do a few things for me: Being an image conscious teenager I wanted a nice flip phone: check. It had to have a colour screen and polyphonic ring tones: check. It had to have a camera: check. It had to have a speakerphone...

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“A posers delight!?!”

published 06/11/2003

Smart and Stylish!!

Quite tinny and flimsy!

I have had my Motorola T720i for about three months now. I wanted a phone that had a flip front and a camera so I was pleased when I was offered it free with my monthly tariff upgrade. I got mine from O2 website but I have seen them available for all types of prices, from £50 - £180, all over the...

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Colour Screen, WAP, SMS/EMS, Flip, Relatively Chea...

No intergrated digital camera, no MMS, ringtone vo...

Being in the market for a new mobile phone for three months there wasn't really anything out there that tickled my fancy, enter the Motorola T720. This stylish clamshell flip phone, from the masters of the flip, is Motorola's first colour flip phone to be released. And being a teenager I wanted...

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Satisfactory

large colour screen, large keys, good battery life

keeps on breaking, quite ringtones, annoying text ...

When i decided to get a new contract i was set on buying a nokia, however i was swayed buy the looks and value for money of the motorola t720i, as it was the most expensive handset free on my contract. After owning the phone for 3 months here is my opinion of it Likes The fone is very stylish and...

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Excellent

“Portable Fun?”

published 01/09/2003

Easy to use, fun and compact

Only one game

I was lucky enough to receive the Motorola T6720i as an upgrade package. I was a bit wary of getting a Motorola as the ones I've had in the past have been very basic and not much fun to use, but I needn't have worried with this one. A flip open phone; it comes with all the usual stuff, date...

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Good

i suppose it looks quite good

its just not quite there

Its a very basic phone, but its not great even then: The Phone It is a relatively light, sleek design, and attracts many people as it is a flip phone. The flip does not only enhance the appearance but also makes the phone a very good shape to talk into. However, as soon as you want more than a...

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Good

“Review of Motorola T720i”

published 19/02/2005

Small

Cuts Out & Turns Off! Not Enough Memory. No Blueto...

What first appealed to me was the small size of this phone and its flip colour screen. However, the colour isn't as nearly as good as the photo they show in the shops. It's pretty poor colouring :( The major problem with this phone is that it simply cuts out. Whenever I load Wap or a game, it...

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Super

Good size screen~large buttons~compact size

Menus a bit unwieldly

Initially I didn't want a clamshell type of phone, having had smaller and smaller Nokias over the years. The problem was the buttons also get progressively smaller, and unless you have very tiny hands, it is very difficult to operate, particularly in text. Despite the small size and slim design...

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Super

“T720i minus camera.”

published 18/08/2004

Safe and compact, easy to use.

Not enough accessories

I own a T720. This is the baby brother of the T720i. The difference being mine does not have a camera. Big deal. Nothing worse than finding yourself in an embarassing situation and someone thrusting their phone in your face just to catch the moment you would much rather forget. Worst still...

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Excellent

“Great phone.”

published 15/09/2004

Good looking, compact

Annoying text facility, no infra red, no bluetooth

When i was looking for a new phone about a year ago, I was looking for something different to the usual nokias that i usually buy. Thats when i stumbled upon the Motorola T720i. What struck me first was the size, its so compact ideal for even the smallest of handbags or pocket. Even though it's a...

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“Average Joe”

published 10/11/2004

Small and stylish

Middle of the road phone

I have had this phone for roughly 2 years now and i am pleased with it. Looks. I always think that the clam shell design is gud because it takes up less space and you can't scratch the screen also it is a sleek silver colour with a cool shiny logo on it. The keypad is very neat an the buttons are...

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Excellent

“Christmas Phone!”

published 10/01/2004

Easy to use, small, light

sometimes has a delay

I knew as soon as I saw this phone that I wanted it. It's small, cute and very good value for money. I've seen a lot of these camera phones that take bad quality pictures and at first I was worried that this would happen with my phone, however after messing around with the settings of the camera...

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