Motorola I880 Review

Posted: Jan 10 2007, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:45am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
Motorola i880 Review
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Our review partner Digital Trends just published a review of the Motorola i880 mobile phone.

Quote from the review:
"Judged by its own merits, the sturdy i800 offers an attractive package of functions and performance. But compared to Sprint's PowerVision/ReadyLink phones, such as the similarly spec'd Sanyo M1, the i880 is a piker. Unlike the M1 (which also offers a 2 MP camera, MP3 player and ReadyLink walkie-talkie capabilities), the i880 is not an EV-DO phone and lacks HTML web browsing and access to Sprint's PowerVision multimedia options.
Yet, the i880 is $150 more than the Sanyo M1: $499.99 (M1) vs. $349.99 (i880) or you can get the i880 for $299.99 with contract and rebates (the M1 is $199.99 with contract and rebates). While more fun than its predecessors, the i880 is still more appropriate for the more well-heeled business user." "
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