Written on: 12/05/2009
On the Sharp GX25 the picture quality is very very good it will not support more 35 mb pic & MP3 & MIDI… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2009
Shooting in Raw or Raw plus Jpg is a bonus. All previous Pentax lenses will work on the K10 D, takes great pictures.. Pretty good phone and I do recommend the Sharp CX25, the camera isnt great (now an old phone though) and memory space is limited… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/02/2007 by 123pppppp (1 review written)
It offers great picture quality. Unfortunately, there is no memory or memory expansion. It has rubbish battery life and poor reception.
I wouldn't recommend the Sharp GX25 mobile phone… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2007 by stephen123 (1 review written)
Brilliant phone and would definitely recommend it… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/02/2006 by pavan (1 review written)
The Sharp GX25 mobile phone is good. It has a great digital camera, bluetooth and infrared. Unfortunately, the memory size isn't very big, it doesn't have an MP3 player, and you can only record 60 second clips on with the camera… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2006 by Adrianparker (1 review written)
The Sharp GX25 mobile phone looks good, but it has no must buy points at all. A very poor phone indeed!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/11/2005 by jtlyon (1 review written)
Overall the Sharp GX25 is a terrific phone it has a great camera and a good price but there are some bad points. I was disappointed that the phone did not have an mp3 and the keys after a nearly year of having the phone have become less responsive. (good)… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2005 by ajm2711 (1 review written)
Overall the Sharp GX25 is a very good phone. It would be perfect if it had a radio or MP3 player… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2005 by a29d (1 review written)
Overall I think the Sharp GX25 is 4 out of 10 jus because of some the looks I thoguht I may give it a 4. You can store up to 200 contacts on the phone memory and thts jus aboout it, stylish, small… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2005 by Jules Cooper (1 review written)
I have compared the Sharp GX25 mobile with the ones that my friends have and they have all commented on the picture quality and handset quality. It has Bluetooth connectivity, video messaging, a camera and infrared facility, together with all the standard features found on most mobiles… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2005 by Jazz05uk21 (1 review written)
well, the Sharp GX25 mobile phone is great, and I had it for about 6 months on contract. It is well worth buying, because it has so many features. i.e. video recording, and also a camera. Take my word for it, it is really great! The reception sometimes lacks a bit, but overall it is still a wicked phone… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2005 by hwr (1 review written)
I had the Sharp GX25 for 10 days and have already arranged a swap tomorrow.
The quality of pictures and videos is Super.
Bad points are: it only allow 60 sec of recoding (both video and voice); can't use recorded sound as ring tone; can't attach recorded sound to a contact number (so what's the point of recording?); can't receive (via bluetooth) anything bigger than 100kb which is very small; does not support mp3 file which means you are not able to receive an mp3 song even it's smaller… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2005 by russ david (8 reviews written)
Having been a Nokia-lover for 4 years, I wasn't all that sure about getting a Sharp but the GX25 should offer something for everyone.
It's not the best looking phone although it's one of the lightest. The first thing you notice is the very small external screen. It displays very limited text and you need to turn it to the side to read it. To be honest it's so small it's rather impractical. It'll tell you when you've got a text message - as long as you don't have a problem reading small… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/05/2005 by ahern9 (1 review written)
The colour screen is excellent and very clear, it also has a very good camera. It has good looks and a handy external display screen. You can record sounds but can't use them as ring tones or alerts and you can't download most sound files. Overall this is an excellent phone but is let down by certain restrictions… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2005 by Coop87 (8 reviews written)
I have just changed from my Samsung E800 to this mobile, the Gx25, and I am very happy with this new phone. The quality of the pictures is much better than the Samsung. Although the phone is bigger than the E800, its much slimmer and not as chunky whilst holding it.
The navigation of the phone easy to get used to. Not having used a Sharp phone before I was a little wary of how hard I would find the phone to use. But I got the hang of it all very quickly (with the odd look back in the 'User… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/01/2005 by timking1 (2 reviews written)
The Sharp GX25 phone is excellent and photo quality is far better than nokia phones of the same size. Calendar functions has been improved by Sharp with pre setting of alarms and reminders at any time off the calender year. Overall I would recommend this phone and consider the Vodafone service much better than O2 who I was with prior to changing contract (easy to do online through Vodafones web site)… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2005 by madanna (1 review written)
The sharp gx25 is a really good phone. It has got a built in camera and a recording feature. It has a built in ariel, and when setting the time there are different time zones that you can set. It is a small and lightweight phone that is useful and handy. It's on voafone live but it isn't 3g. The camera is great quality and it has x2 zoom. The recording feature is also great, but when you record it it seems better quality than it turns out. Beware the light when you take a pic is very bright… Read Full Review