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Written on: 10/02/2004 by ellie (1 review written)
You can download good games and different levels for your Sagem MYG-5. With its good colour screen and downloadable backrounds it adds a bit of colour. Its pocket size makes it good to carry around.in many shops it is at a very reaspnable price for what you are getting. but the down side is i have looked and looked but i cannot find any interchangeable covers in shops… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2003 by jonny102 (1 review written)
when i purchased my Sagen MYG-5 mobile phone of the internet. i recieved it thinkig that i would be able to do all the thing i want on it like polyphonc ringtones,java,clour screens etc etc but i found i could not! every magazine that had poly's on i could not get even if they did i would be charged and it would not arrive! overall i was very dissapointed that such a small compact coloure screen phone could turn out like this . and i feel that a number of other people will be dissapointed. i… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/09/2003 by James Mcdougal (1 review written)
This is the best phone have had out of all of the phones i have had. I used to be a Nokia person but when i switched to Ericsson i found Nokia are not always the best option. The Sagem myG-5 is the next best things, it has everything a Nokia has but is just much, much better. If you want to compare it to a Nokia, size wise, its the Nokia 8310. But the features and everything about the phone is just so much better than all of these phones. A definite buy and i advise you to buy it!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2003 by mel. (1 review written)
i like the phone but i would like to download wall papers and ringtones for it but i cannot find any. but i like how it looks like a game boy a bit. buy this phone if you are not bothered about downloading more ringtones and stuff like that… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/05/2003 by Karlos. (1 review written)
I quite like the Sagem Myg-5, but the handbook says nothing about how to use the irda port, or how to record ring tones (which I believe to be possible).
Strange point, but it is not as comfortable on the ear as the Nokia phones.
Any advice on recording ring tones? Or using irda?
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Written on: 25/04/2003 by rick. (1 review written)
The sagem myG-5 is the best phone i have ever had with animations and great games. I got it for only £80 and i still think its the right phone for me after having it 3 months. I have had no problems with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2003 by Richard Williams. (1 review written)
When i first had this phone i thought it was brilliant with a colour screen, great sounds and great games. But after two months i have taken it back 2 times for repair as it seems to be very faulty and this is a real downside to the phone. There is also lack of a calender which is disappointing. overall this phone is OK… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2003 by John. (1 review written)
Finally, a company decides it wants to join forces with a network and produce a phone together. And what a phone it is. THEY say its all about the gaming, and sure the gamings great with 3D in fuso games and all the sagem originals, but its much much more. It's exactly like the myX-5 apart from it has certain game and sound enhancements, and a different keypad. Its got eveything a new phone has, polyphonics, amazing games, some available for download, which by the way can be done quickly and… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2003 by bob. (1 review written)
overall fantastic!!! The sagem my x-5 looks really cool, the features are simply brilliant, the colour screen is funky and now the price has been reduced it's fantastic value for money!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2003 by Dan. (1 review written)
I very nearly bought this phone before buying a Sagem MY X-5. I was put off by the styling and price of the phone, as there is not much value for money. I strongly recommend buying an MY X-5 instead as it has all the same features as well as better styling and value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2003 by Sez. (1 review written)
I bought this phone about 3 months ago now, although I kinda regret it. I didn't even get downloadable games up until about a month ago, non of the websites that do polyphonic ringtones do it for this phone. The best features of this phone is that you can hold a conference call, you can change the text message alert tone and the alarm actually wakes you up on a morning. Improvements on the phone would be if you could record the ringtones onto your phone like a memo - that would be a highly… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2003 by JimmyC. (1 review written)
This phone is a bit of a mixed bag. I was very impressed with it when I bought it but now I have significant reservations. On paper and at first sight it is excellent having many of the latest features. However it is let down by poor build quality and in the detail of the features. The standard phone is small and light with a bright and clear colour screen. It has polyphonic ringtones and also supports wave files. You can assign contacts to differing groups and the groups can have individual… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2002 by andrepp. (1 review written)
I like my phone to look stylish.
That is why I am taking it back and getting an Ericsson T200. It may have less features but it looks a lot better.
You see the Sagem myg-5 has everything going for it expect it looks like a gameboy. A real shame… Read Full Review
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