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Network GSM 1800 / GSM 1900plus G
Dimensions 3.5" x 1.88" x 1.06" (8
Weight 4.16
Camera Some versions onlyResolution: 1+ megapixel1280 x 1024 max. resolution / LED flash / white
Memory ?
Screen Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD)Resolution: 176 x 220 pixelsColors: 65,536 (16-bit)TFT

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testike posted 120 months ago

I have owned this phone for only a couple of days. I rate it a 5 because the .2% that would make this phone 100% is the lack of bluetooth and the speaker phone quality.

Navigation is typical windows; you have to learn where everything is. And it does take time; you might be frustrated the first few days when you need to find something.

The color screen is wonderful - I watched a trailer for 'The Last Samurai' and while the streaming video was not steady enough, the clarity of the picture was very good for a first version of this phone. I suspect there was some kind of bandwidth issue in playing the video which caused the video to stop streaming, buffer, then stream again. This problem happened while I was at home in Gallatin, TN.

For a point of reference, the last phone I used was a Star Tac 7797 with Motorola Clip-On PDA. I prefer the MPX200 over the Star Tac by far.

If it is true that the new version will have bluetooth, use AT&T's new high-speed network, and you can wait a couple of months, wait. If you have an immediate need like I did, then read the other reviews and make an informed decision.

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