Written on: 08/01/2003 by ant.
The phone has all the features that you would expect. polyphonic tones, colour screen and GPRS. It also has a few luxuries like digital camera and voice memo function. The camera is great with good quality that can be used for loads of things [wallpapers etc] the voice memo however is not as good. With a very low volume that makes it very hard to hear. The disign is good, as although it's big it uses it's space well with a big good quality screen. The major problem I had with this phone is... (read more)
Written on: 08/01/2003 by GX1 User.
This phone lacks software to connect it to your PC to upload pictures - BEWARE! I think its a very cynical move on part of O2 and Sharp - is this true of the GX10 too?? Other than that very good, nice size. (read more)
Written on: 11/12/2002 by Mike.
The sharp gx10 is that famous flip phone from Vodafone, being heavily advertised by the company around the world. However, Europeans attention is being brought to the Sharp GX10's brother, the Sharp GX1, which is infact newer than the GX10. GX1 vrs GX10 There is very little difference in the phones, the GX1 is arguably superior in a number of ways than the GX10. The phones is definately more durable and sturdy and less easily scratched that the flimsier brother, the gx10. The gx10 however... (read more)
Written on: 07/12/2002 by Mike.
The Sharp GX1 mobile phone's first impression is WOW! It's a beautiful phone with a smart built in camera, the buttons feel good, and the screen is pretty big. It comes with a hands free kit and a charger as standard. Inserting the battery and the sim is easy enough. After you've plugged it in, you can begin. A wonderfully vivid screen is what meets you. The camera itself is surprisingly good. It's sharper than my Intel Webcam. Although it uses a mirror so if your walls are bright, take this... (read more)
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