It’s a good phone for web work and email because of the fast-access options. Other big pluses include the superb screen: it incorporates 90% more pixels than the QVGA displays commonly found on smartphones, and it shows. It’s a multimedia all-rounder, with a good 3mp camera, excellent music player and FM radio – with USB 2.0 to move media files speedily to and from a PC, and 40MB memory plus a miniSD memory card to store them. And it’s a good phone, too, with excellent call quality and reasonable reception.
Problems? Not many. The slider mechanism is a bit notchy. And all those goodies really hammer the battery, especially web browsing. Otherwise this is a very desirable phone.
• Try it – you’ll like it.
TFT, 256K colours
pixels, video, flash;
IR, EDGE, 3G, WiFi
Talk time 3h
Stereo FM radio
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