Sagem’s menus are good, call quality was ok, and reception wasn’t at all bad either. You get Bluetooth (not on the my400x variant, which is also dualband only) but not USB. That slows down the synchronisation function that can link a PC’s phonebook and appointments via Sagem’s SyncML software.
The number pad is good, with well-defined keys and good feedback when you press them. The navigation joypad is less successful, but you get used to it. There’s a VGA camera – the only real difference between this model and last year’s my301x, and not an especially successful addition. The resolution is of course poorer than on better-specified cameras, and the contrast and colour richness aren’t too good either.
Battery life could be better: up to 350 hours standby, 4hr talk time. So could the memory – just 3.2Mb.
• Basic functionality on a budget
TFT, 65K colours
Talk time 4h
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