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|The Motorola Tundra VA76r makes it easier to keep moving in the real world. You can drop it, use it in the rain or get it dirty, and it'll all be okay. When your client has a pressing question, you can get an answer with the push of a button. Find out-of-town job sites easily with AT&T Navigator. Tundra also has a multi-tasking operating system which is ideal when using Mobile Resource Management applications such as TeleNav Track and Xora mobile Workforce Management tools. These applications allow you to remotely manage your workforce and assets. An extra-loud speakerphone and CrystalTalk 2 technology let you be heard over the roar of a productive day. The Motorola Tundra even has call-restriction capabilities, allowing your team to focus on the task at hand.|
|Family Line||Motorola Tundra|
|Storage Capacity||100 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSDPA|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1130 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 300 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 336 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||2.2 in.|
|Display Resolution||320 x 240 pixels|
|Color Depth||18-bit (262000 Colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
The Motorola Tundra VA76r offers a sturdy design, easy-to-use controls, and a brilliant display. Call quality is fantastic.
The Motorola Tundra VA76r suffers from poor photo quality and variable streaming video.
The durable Motorola Tundra VA76r succeeds admirably at making calls, but its multimedia experience doesn't measure up.
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i bought this model based on reviews i read on ebay from other purchaser...there are a lot of these phones for sale and they are not cheap..i work outdoors and need a rugged phone that will take a few bumps and survive the possiblity of getting wet...phones like the Razr and touch/flat screen phones will not work due to thin cases or big flat screens , i do not understand how anybody can carry a flat screen without a purse ? about this phone, i bought it to replace a samsung rugby , a very tough phone with average performance , on the plus side it was totally waterproof and indesturctable, on the minus , it has poor volume , a weak signal capture, and weighed a ton....this phone(motorola) is not a waterproof phone and is vulnerable to damage if it gets dropped or squeezed in your pocket while carrying heavy objects..it has a booming loud external speaker, but it is prone to have broken or scattered signal when talking back to callers, i get a lot of complaints..on the earpiece side it has very low volume , to the point i have to switch to speaker phone to hear...it also does not have a good voice pickup during conversations if you let it drop below the line of your mouth it causes your voice to break up on the other end of the conversation, also get complaints from callers about that...as far as the menu and function keys , it is not user friendly, the samsung was much easier to operate...this phone requires to many steps to perform simple functions and i sometimes feel like i need to carry the stupid user guide to perform basic tasks...the ear piece speaker is crackely and weak, the graphics are to dark and it only has avergae battery life , not nearly as good as it said in the reviews i read...i bought 2 samsung 707's on ebay and both are easy to use and have very loud speakers and excellent volume, they cost $68 each, paid $125 for this one and its a $40 phone at best...also they is a noticeable delay in response when pressing the keypad and you have to slow down and wait for a visible response to key strokes or you will freeze the phone..it will lock up and you end up having to hit end and start over...BOTTOM line "I HATE THIS PHONE" it was adertised as a mint condition phone , not a new phone...on the condition side it was as advertised , it did not say it was a reconditioned phone..i am betting it looked so new because who ever bought it the first time hated it to and returned it for something else...i will probably be shopping for a different phone myself soon..i keep hoping this one will fall in the creek or one of my cows will step on it , anything to force me to buy something else...dont know what i am going to get, probably just get another 707 and keep replacing it as needed...
Have bought two of these phones over the past 4 years. One for my son and one for my husband. Both are still in use. Excellent phone for the person who is hard on phones and is not too user savvy with cell phones, wanting a phoone to talk on, not text or web search. It is rugged and will take a great deal of use and abuse. Buttons are large enough for men (or women) with large hands and is easy to navigate. Only one of the phones noted before was used with a data plan, and the screen is obviously too small for any quality internet browsing, but it is an exceptional phone otherwise. Would buy another one for my husband if/when this one wears out. Good speaker volume for hard of hearing. Well worth the money. Long battery life.
We have two iPhones, but because of their high value I did not want to damage them while lake fishing, working in the woods, etc. After researching the newer, inexpensive cell phones on the market that could standup to outdoor use I decided to go with the Tundra VA76r. They were relatively inexpensive on e-Bay, yet there is quite a selection to pick from. If you shop around there are several carriers that can handle the Tundra at a lot less cost than the big guys (AT&T, T-Mobile, etc).
The phone is easy to set up and use for general calling. It is capable of texting and mail, but I do not use these features when doing outdoor activities.
Sound quality is outstanding! I am getting up in the years were my hearing is not what was (my wife reminds me of that a lot lately). I now prefer to make calls on the Tundra rather than the iPhone because the sound quality is much better and clearer.
We have purchased two phones now and use the PPT feature when separated outdoors. Works as good as, if not better than, the handheld FRS units for sale, does not use up cell minutes, and no "dialing/disconnecting"
The only "flip" type phone that I can compare the Tundra with would be the Motorola Razor 3, but they are two different phones. The Razor is not in the same rugged class as the Tundra (yes I still have a working Razor) and the sound is not not as good as the Tundra.
I have not tried the camera, but reviews indicate that the camera is not the best available on the market.
For someone wanting a good, rough and ready cell phone for a relative inexpensive investment, go with the Tundra VA 76r.
This bulky little 'Hulk' of a cell phone, is just what the active Technophile needs to help prevent early cell phone replacment. My iPhone is delicate, I have had it fixed five times in seven months. I bought the Tundra to use as an extension. The iPhone forwards to the Tundra while I work, ON GARBAGE TRUCKS! I 'forward' the iPhone and dock it to play MP3s, while working. If I bash, drop, dunk it in water or Hydraulic oil, so what! This beastly little phone doesn't skip a beat! On a recent trip, myself and four of my friends, wound up in a restaraunt that had no bars on our 'Smart Phones.' I had both of my phones and checked the Tundra and 'I'll be damned!' it had ALL its bars. I passed it around for everyone to use while me ate, talked and made contact with our associates, friends and family. I love this slugger of a phone and it has proved a hit with my associates. Now, when we travel, they all ask the same question, "Did you remember the Motorola?" "Never leave home without it!" I assure them. And our trips feel safer to everyone. If you are sick of worrying about your smart phone and you don't 'embed it to your head' all the time. (You know, use it mostly for conversation calls and not to run every aspect of your life! Look into owning a Tundra or the updated version, you won't be sorry! Just purchase a Tundra, load it with the "Unlimited Everything" phone plan, minus the unlimited texting crap (Use your smart phone for that!) and use it to overcome the short comings of your smart phone or simply to protect your smart phone when cooking, cleaning, working in nasty environments, using the bathroom, playing sports, you get the picture! This little Beast has survived evrything my Smartphone could not possibly survive. And all without dropping a call, EVER! Uses Bluetooth, damn good battery life, has the best speaker phone I have ever heard, answer calls when using your iPhone as a GPS device mounted to your car dash, and talk hands free, and text at the same time when using your smart phone. This little beast reduces the power needed to share photos and documents while texting, because you can talk with the person with whom you are sharing, at the same time! Soon, with phones like the Tundra, everyone will know what it means and how important it will be to bave TWO cell phone devices. The Tundra is the PERFECT compliment to an iPad2. Talk, text, photo share, surf the web and conference call, all at the same time. Brings new meaning to the term, 'Mobile Office! Let your imagination run wild, you'll see what I mean! As 4G WiMax hits maturity the ability to become totally connected and mobile, at the same time, will quickly becme a reality. Dual Cell Device Ownership will become a mandatory requirment for the connected professional! What do I dislike about the Tundra? Hmmm! Well, nothing! Everytime I think I found something I don't like about the Tundra, the thought goes mute, because the iPhone 'does' what the Tundra 'doesn't.' I plan to get the, WiFi and G3, iPad2. If the iPad does what the Apple Website says it does, as well as the iPhone. The iPhone just might live in my truck, if I don't drop-it altogether!
Hello fellow buyer I bought this phone for my Dad who prefers flip phones versus touch screens and it's getting harder these days to find these types of designs for seniors.
The positives that come to mind are ease of use, the buttons are large enough for big fingers, screen clarity is nice and user display is relatively easy to use.
The negative was mainly the volume, you could set it at its highest setting but that was it and for someone such as a senior using it with hearing problems it could be a hassle.
Lastly this product compared to other flip phones in the market stand out very well, like I mentioned if I was to own a flip phone I would like decent size buttons, big screen with clarity and easy to use.