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According to a reporter, the cellular technology has brought us with amazing mobile phones, but also the worst cell phones, such as Motorola ROKR. We found a number of so-called “worst phones”, and searched the customers comments on these phones from the Amazon online. Here are some of the comments we got from the phones with just a star.
1. Motorola Pebl
“The mobile phone build-in battery is useless and can’t be charged. Additionally, the phone has sticky coating which will absorb dust, lint, and other things.” Need laptop batteries?
2. Pantech C300
“The next day after buying the phone, I returned it, and bought a Nokia 6030.”
3. Firefly Mobile
“The phone is simply unbelievable, I could have bought a fun phone, so I would be happier.”
4. LG Migo phone
“I bought this phone for my six-year-old son. And the phone is useless. After charged with a new battery, it still can’t power on.”
5. LG Votager phone
“Last fall, I bought five such phones, but each has problems.”
6. Motorola ROKR
“The buttons fall off at least once a day, and it’s always system halted.”
7. Motorola Flipout
8. LG Double Play
“I bought this phone in April, but it didn’t work in early June. It has been unable to read the SIM card and it is now completely unusable. For just two months into the case, in order not to waste money, you had better not to buy this phone.”
9. Motorola Kin
“Horrible user interface. You won’t receive the short message until you clean up your inbox. Handset is super small, button space is very small, the touch screen always has problems, it’s really terrible.”
10. HTC Windows 8
“If you want a phone that is card-shaped, unresponsive and somehow hanging up the phone, this is your best choice. If you want to escape from work, buy it now.”
11. Cricket MSGM8
“Although the phone feels good, but the Bluetooth has problems, as it can’t transfer pictures or ringtones and other documents. Thus, if a friend wants to send you a photo, you have to give up.”
Author BIO: I am Catherine Wu, I like tech posts, especially those about laptops, cell phones, and tablets. I have been writing tech articles for several years.