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PCD CDM8635 Reivew

17 Jul

With cell-phone-makers cramming ever more sophisticated facial appearance into their phones, it’s simple to not dredge up that for some public, e-mail, GPS, and videos are overkill, and call feature and usability are what matter most. PCD’s very clumsily namedCDM8635 for U.S. Cellularis such a phone. It combines the elegant simplicity of a classic flip phone with a few point perks and exceptional call feature to start a satisfactory handset for entry-level users. As with the Verizon Wireless Coupe, the CDM8635′s convenience buttons mapped to 911 and urgent situation contacts gear it headed for seniors and those with health check concerns. Also see our list of other phones for seniors, counting the well-known Jitterbug J.

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With its sleek lines and modern touches, the CDM8635′s classic clamshell body is certainly no blot on the landscape. At 3.85 inches high by 1.96 inches wide by 0.79 inch thick, it’s a honestly compact modest digit that makes for simple toting, even if it could get lost in a cavernous handbag. Its 3.52-ounce consequence feels solid in the hand, but it isn’t overly heavy.

Even if the CDM8635 looks black at first glance, a careful sunlit look reveals dark blue specks set surrounded by the glossy, plastic body. A black border with wavy blue sample surrounds the 1.5-inch grayscale open-air sight. It shows the time, date, array level, and greeting bars. Pressing in on the phone’s number keys illuminates the open-air sight, which is typical for this type of phone.

 

CDM8635

The PCD CDM8635 is a classic flip phone with handy shortcut buttons just below the domestic sight.

 

 

On the right spine is a 2.5mm receiver jack (we permanently prefer the 3.5mm standard), and buttons to trigger both voice dialing and the camera. The left spine houses the number rocker and a Micro-USB charging port. A bare-bones 1.3 megapixel camera takes up residence on the back next to the phone’s open-air lecturer. Read more at allitreview.com

 

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Posted by on July 17, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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