It’s not perfect – the keys are too stiff, the battery cover is difficult to remove – and there’s nothing really too clever about the data collection bit: it all works through a general motion sensor, which is suitable only for approximate measures. The seriously sporty will get a lot more from one of the widely-available purpose-designed exercise gadgets. Still, it’s a neat idea for the average gym-goer. It is a fully-fledged smartphone (Symbian Series 60). And now you get a reasonable music player with a decent lump of storage.
• A product for a niche market, but nicely implemented.
TFT, 256K colours, 208×208 pixels, 31x31mm
2MP, QCIF video
Triband GSM, Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, IR
Talk time 4h
Music player, fitness apps, text to speech, 64MB memory, 512MB microSD card
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