Cingular 2125 Reviews

Cingular 2125 Reviews TopTechNews has reviewed the Cingular 2125 and writes: “The pros of the Cingular 2125 far outweigh the cons. We understand sacrificing a Qwerty-style keyboard for the sake of portability. Ultimately, the 2125 is an eye-catching handset that offers numerous features of interest to business users living in a Windows world.”

Mobility Site has provided a Cingular 2125 review, and here’s just an excerpt about the phone’s camera: “The Camera on the Cingular 2125 Smartphone is a 1.3 mega-pixel upgrade from the Audiovox SMT5600. I found the camera to be very good and worked well in Night Mode. The camera comes with four quality settings: Basic, Normal, Fine, & Super Fine along with four resolution settings: 160×120, 320×240, 640×480, & 1280×1024. The Camera also sports a 2x zoom and a variety of picture options such as: Auto, Daylight, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Night, Greyscale, Sepia, and Cool. These really made the camera fun to play with. The Cingular 2125’s camera does not come with a flash, but that was overlooked by the camera’s Night setting that performed well. Other features include a counter and Video mode that I did not test. The video mode does come with two resolution settings, 176×144 or 128×96.”

CNET has published a Cingular 2125 review, here’s an excerpt about the device’s camera: “Normally, we would bemoan the lack of a flash, but the Cingular 2125’s Night setting did an admirable job of lighting up pictures taken in dark environments. Other lighting choices include Auto, Daylight, Incandescent, and Fluorescent. To spruce up your snapshots, you can add a picture frame or change the tone of the picture to Greyscale, Sepia, or Cool. If you want to make movies for the small screen, the phone’s camera records video clips with sound in MPEG-4, H.263, or Motion-JPEG AVI format, and it offers two resolutions (176×144 or 128×96). Also at your disposal are most of the editing features found on the still camera.”

The new EDGE-enabled Cingular 2125 Smartphone is available in most Cingular Wireless retail stores and, through Cingular’s B2B sales organization and authorized Cingular dealers. The Cingular 2125 can be purchased for as low as $199 with a two-year contract and qualified voice plan. The Cingular MEdia Net monthly-unlimited data plan for the Cingular 2125 is $19.99.

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