After that it’s downhill all the way. The screen is small, low-res (only 128?160 pixels), and capable of 65k colours – which look a bit murky, especially in strong light.
At least the menu system is sensible and easy to use, but then it doesn’t have to accommodate too many options. There’s no music, for instance; nor do you get Bluetooth, or indeed any other way of moving photos (or anything else) to and from a PC. Not that you’d want to share your photos – the VGA camera is just about ok for snaps, but there are very few settings let alone goodies like a flash.
• Looks and feels nice. Ok for the basics – texting and voice calls – at a bargain-basement price.
88 x 45 x 21mm
CSTN, 65K colours, 128 x 160 pixels
0.3MP, 1600×1200 pixels, video (QVGA), flash; secondary QVGA videocall camera
Dual band GSM
Standby up to 320h, talk time up to 6.5h
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