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“Its hard to know where to start, ok well lets get the...”

Written on: 09/09/2003 by Harry2k2 (1 review written)

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Its hard to know where to start, ok well lets get the good points out of the way, loads of thought went into the camera and picture side of the Sharp GX10 Mobile Phone, its a pretty good picture too. Nice and colourful screen and games are fun when in your break at work or whatever BUT:

-The text messaging for those who like to be fast is dreadfully slow you could type and then look back and see youve missed out letters here and there and also when messaging you will ALWAYS press the 'hang up' button by mistake, therefore deleting the whole message and starting from the screensave.

-The ringer and vibration are so quiet and pathetic respectivley that you will miss nine out of ten calls, and the alarm which has to be one of your jingles will only wake you up if you're waiting to here it.

-The organiser is designed for people with no life in the way that 1) you can only set an alarm for TODAY 2) if you put some text in your calendar there is no alarm to go with it, therefore unless you check your calendar everyday you will need a real calendar.

-This problem might be unique to me, maybe i got the duff phone but so many times my messages wont send or my GPRS will fail, on many occasions messages have come through late and sometimes the phone crashes when trying to send/recieve pictures.

-Doesnt have speakerphone! How wrong!

-Very confusing speed dial and picture personalising for calls, you will have to make two copys of someones number in order to speeddial them.

I know how many hundred of good reviews there have been but quite frankly i think those people were paid but sharp to spread some hype about this waste of a pretty phone. Its dreadful and you will regret this, so STOP and buy a Nokia

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