Advantages Easy to use, lots of features, digital camera
Disadvantages buttons a little small
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Having recently purchased the 7250 I fetl I should give a quick revuew as to my findings. This is a major upgrade for me having come from the 3310!The initial impression you get is impressive as the phone has a very sleek design and is an overall attrative package. The 7250 has a good quality digital style screen which shows the picture capability I think very favourably. The button layout is pretty standard to any Nokia user with the top line consisting of an up/down/left/right main button in the centre for navigation purposes and a dual function button either side used to connect and disconnect from calls and to select menus through the various screens. This is backed up by 6 keys which deal with the numbers and also the options to get you through to the different characters etc....
On selecting the menu button you are given 15 options. The options are 1.Messages (all your texting and inbox/outbox selections, 2.Call Register (all your call histories) 3.Phone Book (self expanatory with all your options to add names and search through your contacts) 4.Profiles (set your different options for how your phone behaves) 5.Settings (set times/gates etc..) 6.Radio (listen to radio stations with the purchase of the adaptor) 7.Camera (capture those 1 off moments with a handy digital camera) 8.Gallery (view pictures and ring tones etc here) 9.Organiser (set reminders and alarms here) 10.Games (access to the games here) 11.Applications (access any applications you have) 12.Extras (the little bits like calculator etc here) 13.Connectivity (access internet here) 14.Services (get to the homepage here via WAP) 15.O2 (obviously brand specific to myself here with O2).The phone contains all the possible options I can imagine anyone needing from a mobile. Including when your feeling bored the 2 games which i've got to say have come on a long way since the days of the 3310 when you had Snake! Now you get an option of either Bounce or Triple Pop, both looking very professional just like a computer game you'd play at home (obviously on a smaller scale). In Bounce you control a bouncy ball along levels collecting rings and various features (reminds me a little of Sonic the Hedgehog). In Triple Pop you get different coloured balls fired at you and you collect them making rows of 3 or more of the same colour to collect points.
The camera is a particularly impressive feature of this phone. This is my first phone with a camera and im very impressed with the quality you can get. You can display the pics on your phone as your main screen or even take them in to your local Boots store and get them printed out on the Kodak machine.The only drawback ive found is the keys a smaller and being interconnected arent quite as easy to use as my previous phone.
Overall im very happy with the phone and am very happy to have upgraded to it. Can recommend wholeheartedly to potential buyers.
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