This technical Kyocera 3250 review is based on a computer analysis of the cell phone's technical specifications, it is not based on a hands-on review. It lists its pros and cons to help you make an informed decision.
- Speakerphone: It has a speakerphone, which can prove useful in a car or in other situations. (score: 10/10)
- Wireless Data System: Bluetooth-enabled, which is an interesting plus. Bluetooth is not really necessary but may be handy if you want to use a wireless headset or transfer data to or from your (Bluetooth-enabled) laptop, for instance. (score: 7/7)
- Push-to-Talk (PTT): The Kyocera 3250 supports Push-to-talk (PTT), a technology that allows you to instantly talk to other people owning a PTT phone on the same network, just by the push of a button, as with a walkie-talkie. (score: 7/7)
- Weight: Weighing 4.23 ounces is quite average. (score: 8/20)
- Talk Time: A talk time of 168 minutes. This is just basic. (score: 8/20)
- Stand-by Time: A stand-by time of 90 hours. Not quite sufficient for most users, in my opinion. (score: 4/20)
- Phone Book: It can only store phone book entries. If you have many business contact or friends, this may not be enough for you. (Find phones with more phone book entries) (score: 4/20)
Overall Score: 48
* Look at these 3 phones. They ranked higher than the Kyocera 3250:
Sony Ericsson K610im (Score= 137)
Sony Ericsson k610i (Score= 130)
Sony Ericsson V630 (Score= 125)
** Given the fact that manufacturers do not always list technical specifications in full, some features may be missing. Therefore, the program that computed that analysis may yield akward results. If so, shoot me an email and I'll fix it.
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