Written on: 13/02/2003 by Anthos.
- Light Weight. - Multimedia Card - Mp3 Player - Interfacing with the Computer - Voice Recorder and Many More Features. - Midi Ring Tones - Provides a Multimedia Card with the Phone
- Stupid Aeroplane Check. - The Damn "Card Error" Message - Tends to crash and freeze quite often. - MultiMedia Card is only 32Mb in Size. - Slow transfer of Mp3's from the PC to the Phone
The phone has many features, The MP3 Player, THe Multimedia Card, The Ability to store the phone numbers in a better Database then the Nokia and Sim Cards Offer.
The Ability to play midi files as ringtones means that you can simply go to a site, and "Sample" the tone in Midi format and "Accidently" save it to your Multimedia Card for a funky new Ring Tone.
It's one touch Operations, MP3 Player, Voice Recorder, Stop Watch, Are all brilliant (Although some are hard to get to in a hurry)
The Weight of the phone is also a great bonus, It feels like you don't have a phone on you most of the time.
The first thing that you notice when you turn the phone on, IS the Aeroplane check, This is a nice novelty, But one that wears off very very quickly.
If you don't press a button or any other button other then yes, it will shut the phone down. This can be very annoying.
The only other real issue I have with the phone is the damn "Card Error" message that continually appears for no apparent reason.
You could be trying to access an SMS, Your phone would then freeze, and card Error. You could be trying to access your Phone Directory as well. There doesn't appear to be anything that triggers it so there is nothing to avoid.
One Final annoying thing is the way that it transfers data to the Multimedia Card, Creating a 28,8 Null Modem, and transfering Data that way appears to be a very silly way to transfer data if you ask me, Considering it's a local connection. Transfering 5 / 6 MP3's can take several Hours.