- Size (LWH): 5.2 inches, 0.64 inches, 2.4 inches
- Weight: 5.76 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 5.5 hours
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 192 hours
- Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Brand New Sidekick LX 2009 SHARP PV300GR Unlocked - T-Mobile (Carbon Black). This phone does not have internet capabilities.
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- Measures 52 inches long x 24 inches wide x 063 inches thick
- The exterior has a soft-touch finish that won't slip out of your hands
- This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile Not all carrier features may be supported
- Its 1250 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 55 hours of talk time, and up to 192 hours (8 days) of standby time
- It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint
- This phone does not have internet capabilities
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- Battery life
- Cool keyboard
- Sturdy built
- Sound quality
- 3.1 Megapixel Camera
- Easy to use
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The QWERTY keyboard is well spaced and easy to use of course.
The Quick jump mapping allows you to navigate your phone faster than any other phone I've had, (Iphone, T-mobile MDA, Behold, various flip, and free)
The 3.2 mp camera takes good pictures without the flash, whitewashed pictures with the flash, and decent video. If you want a camera get a canon or nokia that will blow this or any other camera-phone out of the water in terms of price and function.
It is extremely easy to put music on this phone as it is treated as an external hard drive when plugged in to your computer. Windows media player will add music in a comparable time frame with Itunes or Sharepod.
The screen is crystal clear with beautiful color range.
It comes with a 3.5mm jack so you can use any set of standard headphones.
If you decide to get the rubber clip on case, the whole phone becomes incredibly sturdy with an extensive amount of grip. No buttons are compromised.
Battery last for 2 days, when calling, texting, taking pictures no flash, and listening to music for a constant 8-10hrs nonstop the rest on Idle.
Comes with a fun game and the rest you can find out for yourself.
The text messaging, phone, and address book features all work great. The phone is really nice even with the missing 30% of features.
If you don't need Internet/Facebook/IM chatting then it will work fine. If you want any of those internet features don't buy this phone look for the 4g version of it.
OK. First off, I must elucidate some facts. This phone has some history behind it. The original Sidekick LX 2009(PV300) was discontinued initially in 2010. It was re-released in two forms: The Mobilicity Mobiflip(Sharp PV300G) in late 2010 and the Cincinnati Bell Sharp Jump (PV300GC/PV300GR)in 2011.
I received the PV300GR. This is not the ORIGNAL(nor does it come in the original black box), yet, it is a modified version that doesn't include the Catalog, AIM/Yahoo/Live IM clients, the browser, or the Email client. Instead, there is a generic IM application(I guess you could use any handle/service you want), Opera Mini(an EXCELLENT browser); the Catalog and Email client have no replacements.
The misconception arises with people saying this phone can't access the Internet. The truth is: The original Sidekick can't, nor can the Mobiflip because they lack the option to change the network APN. The Sharp Jump does have this option, meaning you can change the APN, thus you can get online.(There is a caveat: The 3G bands are 1700/2100, so you can only get 3G with T-Mobile, or any MVNO that uses T-Mobile like Simple Mobile and Straight Talk. Otherwise, you'll revert to GRPS/EDGE for data, like I do on AT&T.) This also goes for Multimedia Messaging, so long as you know and change the MMS gateways.
As a phone, it functions very well. I can hear callers clearly, and they have no problem hearing me. However, to me, it seems that there is a slight echo whenever I speak. Also, the ringer is not terribly loud. It's enough if you're close to it, but you probably won't hear it if it's two rooms away.
As a messaging device, it's awesome. The keyboard is very spacious, but a little shallow: the buttons don't have a lot of give.Read more ›
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The sidekick is an excellent phone. I did not have data when using it, but for texting and sending picture messages it worked like a charm. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JohnMark Jones
Absolutely terrible. This phone was garbage when I bought it! Typing was hard, would freeze up constantly, and had limited space. Very slow, and looked ridiculous too. Don't buy!Published 16 months ago by Scarlet
Why would you buy this phone from 09 its so out dated you can't even get on the internet that price is crazy.Published 21 months ago by La'Brae