The camera was actually a bit disappointing – no autofocus, only low-res QCIF-format video, picture quality not great. Apart from that, the only downside to the phone is that it really didn’t look as if it’s an expensive device – it’s no fashion statement, but it could have been a little sexier. But there’s much on the plus side: the NetFront Internet browser is good, and its Smart-fit function manages well at getting web content into the screen. The handset supports Bluetooth 2.0 with the A2DP profile for stereo headsets; the Bluetooth support also includes the HID profile which allows the phone to be used as a remote control for PC and other Bluetooth-enabled devices. The phone can synchronise contacts and calendar events both locally (with Outlook on a PC) and remotely, with remote servers. And it managed to impress us with its user-friendliness.
The classic shape and design will probably appeal to a male audience, and one thing’s for sure – you could always find place for this little fellow in your shirt pocket.
• A good workhorse without being too business-orientated.
TFT, 256K colours, 176×220 pixels, 30×37 mm
2mp, 1600×1200 pixels, video; secondary VGA video call camera
3G, triband GSM, Bluetooth, USB
Standby 400h Talk time 7h
16MB internal memory, Memory Stick Micro (M2) slot, music player
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