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UTStarcom XV6700

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews of UTStarcom XV6700. The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Views about the connectivity and reception are overall positive. The design and portability are also mentioned favorably. The usability and reliability get mixed opinions, and there are some less positive comments about the GPS navigation and sound.

screen, portability, design, reception, connectivity

battery, sound, GPS navigation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the UTStarcom XV6700 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

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Verizon XV6700


Boo. Hiss. Verizon's XV6700 could have been the best PDA/phone on the market today, with a great balance of small size, robust features, and decent call quality. Unfortunately, Verizon's decision to cripple the gadget's Wi-Fi abilities should send...

Excellent keyboard. Good battery life

Poor speakerphone. Poor Wi-Fi/EV-DO integration. Can't be dialed with one hand

Verizon's decision to cripple the Wi-Fi and the absence of a modem plan sour this otherwise attractive, powerful Pocket PC phone.

Expert review by: Adam Berger (

Gadgetell Review: UTStarcom XV6700 for Verizon Wireless


Product: UTStarcom XV6700 for Verizon Wireless Price: $299.99 with 2 year contract, after mail-in rebate Rating: Good 7.08/10.0 Pros: Spacious QWERTY keypad, integrated Wi-Fi, can be used as a Laptop wireless modem Cons: Large device, poor touch-screen...

Jun, 2006

Expert review by: Lisa Gade (

Verizon XV6700 - Pocket PC Phone Reviews by Mobile Tech Review


Who said Verizon has boring phones? Since the Fall of 2005 they've added an impressive array of feature and PDA phones to their lineup, along with some serious expansion of their high speed 3G EVDO data network. The UT Starcom XV6700, released in...

EVDO speed makes this the perfect data device along with Verizon's strong coverage in metro areas. Fantastic keyboard! Blue backlighting makes it easy to type in dim locations and bests the Sprint PPC-6700. Very compact, albeit not thin. Attractive and...

MiniSD rather than SD slot on a Pocket PC phone is a surprise-- if you've invested in SD cards for your prior Pocket PCs, you won't be able to use them with the XV6700. The keyboard is excellent but you won't be able to use it unless you slide it out...

Messaging does a great job with POP, IMAP and Exchange email and it can check mail on a schedule if you like. WiFi is great for those not in an EVDO area and for those who don't wish to spend the money on a data plan. Bluetooth range and reliability...

Jan, 2006

Consumer review by: Sulien77 (

UTStarcom XV6700 (Verizon Wireless)


Bottom line is that I don't ever want to replace this phone. I've had it for over 2 years and used it as my address book, mini-laptop on the go, alarm clock and appointment reminder. The 6700 does everything but the dishes. Aside from the above...

Easy to use, one-touch voice dial Easy synch to laptop to update calendar, data files & contacts Allows use of personal pics & MP3s for wallpaper and ring tones, as well as individual caller ID Wi-fi capable Contacts limited only by SD card memory

Original battery didn't perform as well as advertised (replaced it with an after market extended life battery). Call reception is weaker than some other phones I've had. Speaker volume is a bit too low, even at the highest setting

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: vfrp (

UTStarcom XV6700 (Verizon Wireless)


After reading reviews, I was a bit hesitant. However, for what this can be had for used, its nice. The keyboard light times out after 10 secs, NOT long enough - there's a hack to fix this tho. The keyboard, although big in appearance is cumbersome and...

speed, browser, reception

limited keyboard, poor backlight option, navigation design flaws

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: aupuni808 (

UTStarcom XV6700 (Verizon Wireless)


This is one solid Pocket PC phone. Internet is great, performance of 3rd party loaded programs was good, HOWEVER the battery life is just terrible. I found that after only 5 minutes of surfing the web, I would get a "low battery warning"! I also had to...

solid Pocket PC experience

very crappy phone

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: robdotcalm (

UTStarcom XV6700 (Verizon Wireless)


I've had this for 8 months and am going to replace it because of its unreliability. The PC part is fine and it synchronizes with Outlook on my desktop without a hitch. But the telephone is too annoying for me to continue using. Problem 1. About once a...

good pc, good sync with outlook

phone ineffective, resets needed too often

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: gburgyan (

UTStarcom XV6700 (Verizon Wireless)


No battery life, poor phone performance, ring is quiet, unreliable, crashes.

It does work like a PDA

No battery life, poor phone performance, ring is quiet, unreliable, crashes

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: puddytat101 (

UTStarcom XV6700 Pocket PC/PDA


I had this pocket pc/cell phone for two years and used it with Bluegrass Cellular wireless phone service. It's a great gadget for people on the move, especially those who are business oriented. The only thing I saw lacking was the inability of...

Jul, 2009

Consumer review by: cbtillotson (

Run Away, Run Away


This PDA is the biggest electronic gadget disappointment of my life. Our relationship started off rocky. The gentlemen who set up my service in the verizon store had no idea what he was doing and I had to wait in the store for 90 minutes while he told...

not a single one

Battery Life, phone operation, dead screen, battery life and life of battery

Jul, 2007

Product Specifications

With its EV-DO and Wi-Fi capabilities, the XV6700 enables Verizon Wireless customers to be productive and stay connected - the Windows Mobile 5.0 equipped XV6700, with its unique sliding QWERTY keyboard that opens from the side and automatically changes screen orientation from portrait to landscape viewing mode, is designed to allow busy professionals to stay connected with their office, friends and family. With the XV6700, a Verizon Wireless customer will find the same Windows-based PC experience they are accustomed to with their desktop PC or laptop. The XV6700 includes updated versions of Microsoft Office programs for Windows Mobile including Office Outlook Mobile, Office Excel Mobile, Office PowerPoint Mobile, and Office Word Mobile, making it the perfect device for business executives to manage emails, spreadsheets and presentations - regardless of location. The XV6700 also supports Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for over-the-air synchronization of email and calendar information with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.
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