A budget candy-bar style handset with a basic monochrome display but many customization features. While the black-and-white screen limits your self-expression somewhat, the c333's Picture Viewer, its support for downloaded polyphonic ringtones and its built-in Motomixer ringtone composer help make up for this. What's more, the handset's front and back covers are replaceable, and you've got lots of choice from OEM and after-market lines, including some that will change the phone's entire shape.
As you would expect from a phone aimed squarely at the youth market, the c333 features three installed games, WAP Web browser, text messaging and EMS, and a modest internal memory (200K). If this is exactly the sort of handset you want, but you've got a little extra money to spend, you might consider upgrading to the c350 or c370, which offer color displays, more memory, and other extras.
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Screen stopped working
Words cant describe the hate I have for this phone
the devil wouldnt take this phone to hell
Shoot Me Now - Or Shoot This Phone
worst 3 months of my life
Unless you are into torture/bdsm- stay away.
This phone is the devil!
Worst. Phone. EVER.
Most horrible handset ever made!!!!!
Rodgers and Motorola suck!!!
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Manuals / User Guides
- Motorola c333 Manual (PDF)
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