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Atirox posted on 26 Apr 2010, 16:51
A nice piece of cellular equipment for $70.
Okay, so i will admit I don't have a US version of the phone. Mine came from Bell Mobility in Canada.As is, the phone is pretty nice. It does have style, and I'm a sucker for the classic bar phone. The face of the phone starts out with about a two inch long hole for the earpiece, and then you have the classic Navi key, as Nokia calls it. Its your regular 5-way directional pad (being up, down, left, right, and select), along with two soft keys at the top, and the talk and end keys below the left and right soft keys respectively. Then you have your standard 12 button keypad used to dial numbers, enter information, etc. The keypad is a little on the noisy side though, but I don't mind the audiable confirmation of pushing a button. Some may find this to be annoying though. On the top, you have a 2.5 mm power jack, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack, which is actually a TRRS (Tip, Ring, Ring, Sleeve) connector, since it supports a stereo headset with a microphone. On the left side near the top, you have a hole for a wrist strap which you need to take the back cover off to install, and there is a microSD card slot, which (according to Nokia) doesn't support microSDHC cards, but for some reason, Bell Mobility keeps listing the microSDHC cards as "compatible" with the phone... Anyway, on the right side at the top again, there is a Micro USB jack, so you can synchronize the phone with your computer, and tether the device as well. On the bottom of the phone, there...Design 9/10Features 7/10Performance 8/10
- Nice Display
- Easy to use navigation
- Built in e-mail client
- Opera Mini built in
- Nice sounding external speaker
- Plays music
- Great reception
- Keypad is a little noisy
- No built in GPS reciever
- Battery life is a little shorter than what I wanted
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