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“For the paltry fee of £49.99 (I got mine in Dixons)...”

Written on: 28/02/2005 by neilpreston26 (1 review written)

Good Points
Good sized colour screen. Camera with brightness levels and four x digital zoom. Infra-red connectivity. Tri-band for far-flung travellers.

Bad Points
Only one button can be programmed for a shortcut.
That's about it really.

General Comments
For the paltry fee of £49.99 (I got mine in Dixons) the Sagem MYX 5 2 offers tremendous value for money. It is simple, compact and stylish in design with a large colour screen, an internal aerial which offers a strong signal, relatively light weight (92g), Infra-red connectivity which enables uploads and downloads from laptops and Java gaming. The camera is on a par with all the £80+ phones in the shops, the ringtones are hi-fi and there is even a mic in the base which allows the user to record audio/voice samples. The menu is simple to navigate and the keypad is easy to use - even for somebody like myself with big fat mansize thumbs. A rare inclusion with phones at this price is personal organiser - yet here we have one, as well as an alarm, currency converter and calculator. At the end of the day this phone looks like a Nokia but offers far better value.

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