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Nearly, but not quite perfect...
on 6 August 2013
It's a nice small phone like the old school Nokia's! Just slightly bigger than a credit card, and about 1cm think... Very handy size! It takes a Micro-SD, and plays MP3's. And has a few apps for the Social-networkers... It is NOT a SmartPhone though - no sync'ing mail/calander/contacts with Exchange etc... Battery life is okay, but I havent got more than 3 days stand-by out of it. DualSIM is BRILLIANT!!! Two numbers, one phone! Not recommended with Three, but Vodafone and Orange etc and you'll never be out of service again! The Capacitive Screen is okay, but isn't as advanced as an iPhone or HTC - sometimes takes a few swipes to get it unlock. When your unlocked, the action is smooth and responsive. Colour is vibrant and the resolution is adequate for everything this phone does! Text Messaging is easy, with a fimiliar conversation-style layout. Keyboard is small, but suprisingly accurate (even for my sausage fingers). Get a word wrong and the spellchecker underlines it, and gives you options to correct - very easy! Bluetooth hooks up with my Headset and my car, so top points there! Considering the cost - this should really have a 5/5 star rating, but I'm begin harsh and dropping it by one star because I really miss being able to sync with Exchange!