Written on: 18/12/2010 by mikebrewster (2 reviews written)
i sold a nokia n95 8gb smart phone to buy the sharp gx30 the reason i did this simple the gx30 is by far better and more user friendly and dosent freeze up on you the key pad has good size buttons i fine big screen ok no frills but solid and can take all the knocks no probs so if you want a solid reliable phone with out the huge price tag of hundreds get one of these i bought this on 1-6-2010 (read more)
Written on: 02/05/2008
I think this is a good phone but it needs some of its lose ends tied up (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2006 by Elricardo (20 reviews written)
I got a Sharp GX30i nearly 2 years ago on upgrade from a GX10. It was cutting edge at the time with a 262,000-colour LCD display, 1 mega pixel Camera, along with enhanced bluetooth, MP3 and wireless support, setting it apart from the standard GX30.
On receiving the phone I was initially very pleased. The quality of the plastic appeared good and it had a substantial premium feel. It is by no means a small phone, and even folded it will occupy most of the palm of your hand and at around 1"... (read more)
Written on: 07/02/2006 by molmoto
Despite all the above, I really like the Sharp GX30i mobile phone, and having looked at what else is out there currently, I am considering getting it repaired and running with it a bit longer, although I will need to get a new battery as it has not lasted well. (read more)
Written on: 24/09/2005 by zacscotwilson
I really like the Sharp GX30i it has a majority of good points but a couple of features let it down (read more)
Written on: 09/06/2005 by paulmt123 (12 reviews written)
In some ways the Sharp GX30i is not very good (see bad points). Reception is good if you hold phone low down when open, but if you put your hand too close to aerial (natural position) it drops significantly. Don't buy for business. Cannot link to PDAs, and alarm clock means you have to leave it on.
But in some ways it's fantastic. That screen is gorgeous and as it takes SD memory cards can upload all pictures to/from PC taken with main camera (if you download an image compressor).
Camera... (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2005 by route1
I would not recommend the Sharp GX30i to anyone due to all of it's restrictions and lack of knowledge available over the internet or anywhere else for that matter. What you see is what you get. (read more)
Written on: 06/04/2005 by Richard J (1 review written)
I purchased the Sharp GX30 mid March and was not pleased with the lack of bluetooth connectivity. I complianed to the vodafone store and had a free upgrade to the Sharp GX30i.
This phone looks amazing and is very tactile to touch and hold, it may seem a large phone but when you think of all the technology within the phone it is no larger than you would expect.
I am amazed by the quality of images taken with the 1 Meg camera and of course they are displayed on a large 262k screen most phones... (read more)
Written on: 17/02/2005 by Peter Clarke (1 review written)
The Sharp GX30i is a great phone with severe restrictions. What is the point of having a phone which can accept a 1 Gb memory card in it but can only take videos up to 400 kb (about 1 minute). Also if you have a large memory card you can only download up to 100 kb onto the phone memory via bluetooth, bluetooth cannot access the memory card. That means you cannot exchange MP3 files with other phones and you need to buy a SD card reader/writer to download MP3 files to the memory card from... (read more)
Written on: 14/01/2005 by me123
WOW! I got the Sharp GX30i for £30 on an upgrade, it is SIMPLY THE BEST! I am a big sharp mobile fan, this is clearly the best.
So of course, you will be asking, "Why should I buy the GX30i rather than the slightly cheaper GX30?" Well that is what I asked, but in the end I chose the GX30i, there had to be something better, right? Yes, there sure was, after reading up I have found out that the gGX30 only had bluetooth communications between a headset. The GX30i's bluetooth has full... (read more)