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This is currently the smallest (102x45x17mm) and lightest (79g) open design phone in the world) - beaten in size only by the Motorola Wings, which is a clamshell design (i.e. it is bigger when opened for use). The screen, therefore, is relatively small but it is still detailed and sufficiently readable. The main screen includes details of the battery life remaining, current signal strength, your network, current profile mode, cell info display (if desired), the time, and the function of the two keys directly below the screen.
The covers are interchangeable and there is a nice ‘chrome’ volume control on the side. There are two softkeys instead of the usual one and designated call hand hangup buttons.
The phone book holds 250 names in the phone, in addition to the sim card capacity. Other features include an infra red port, voice dialing, predictive text input, calendar, alarm, calculator, games, profiles and ten picture messages
On the minus side the buttons are predictably a little too small and people with poor eyesight would find the screen hard to read. At £220 + contract it is also probably a bit overpriced for a non-WAP phone.