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Sprint PCS Vision PPC-6601

Sprint PCS Vision PPC-6601
alaAverage 3.8

3 reviews

Sep, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Sprint PCS Vision PPC-6601. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PDAs for all reviews. People are impressed by the usability. Some have doubts about the price and portability.

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Expert review by: SaschaSegan (pcmag.com)

Sprint PCS Vision PPC-6601

 

Screen Size (diagonal): 3.5 inches, Operating System: Windows Mobile 2003, Flash Memory Type: Secure Digital, Bluet...

Lots of memory. Good keyboard. Convenient command buttons.

Large and heavy. Expensive. No Wi-Fi.

The Sprint PPC-6601 smartphone works very well for what it's meant to do, but it's a bit big, heavy, and expensive. We're not convinced that the great keyboard and added power make it a more compelling buy than the HP iPAQ h6315, which has far better batt

Jan, 2005

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Sprint PCS Vision PPC-6601 by Audiovox

 

The only change to the PPC-6600 is the addition of a VGA camera, which also takes QVGA videos. Unfortunately, the camera is of poor quality. In our test shots, we saw serious color noise and dithering problems that made solid lines and areas of color...

Lots of memory. Good keyboard. Convenient command buttons

Large and heavy. No high-speed network. Poor camera

The PPC-6600 is the most powerful handheld for Sprint subscribers. But it falls short of its Cingular, T-Mobile, and Verizon brethren by not offering a high-speed network, and the camera fails to impress.

Expert review by: Troy Dreier (pdastreet.com)

Review: PPC-6601 – Sprint's Sturdy Pocket PC Phone

 

In practice, the 6601 is more of a PDA than a phone. It's a bit bulky for a cell phone, and you'll likely feel odd holding one so big up to your ear. For a PDA, it's a standard size. We got good reception on it in the New York City area, although it...

While it's not the slickest smartphone on the market, the Sprint PPC-6601 is a good choice for office workers who need a powerful Windows Mobile PDA and only occasionally need to make calls

Jan, 2005
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