I had one of these before, but it got stolen. I bought one of these
to replace it because it had a keyboard, which I assumed would make it easier to type text messages; it does, but you cannot lock the buttons on the front and it keeps trying to connect to the internet for some reason. So I bought another one of the 2220's which does lock when you slide it closed. For those interested in such things, it measures approximately 45mm x 14mm x 97mm when closed and 45mm x 14mm x 125mm when open.
It holds a charge for over a week if you only use it for sending texts. You can change the wallpaper, screensaver and ringtones (there are quite a few in the memory) and you can set it so the time is displayed on the screen when you open it.
It takes good photographs and can capture video, but it doesn't have a usb socket to connect to the computer and T-Mobile doesn't want to accept my emails, so I can't do anything with the photo's I have taken (any advice gratefully received).
It has an MP3 player, but as I cannot connect it to a computer I don't know how I would download anything, except perhaps via the Internet, though I have not yet used this as I assume it will be expensive. I have used the voice memo facility for recording myself counting to 10 twelve times, so I can use it for counting reps when I am weight training.
The radio is very clear as it uses the earphone wire as an antenna, but has only picked up three stations (BBC Radio One, BBC Radio Two and BBC Radio Four). You can rename the stations so you know what you are istening to.
Overall, an excellent tool for the price and pretty easy to use.