Phone of Pros -and- Cons
Reviewed on Saturday July 10, 2004 by JB, Maryland
Before I got this phone, or before I get any product I have no clue about, I read the reviews. After browsing through different websites and reading different reviews, I have come to the conclusion that when I recieve this phone, I will see if these experiences are true. Some of them were, and some weren't. First off, after extended use this phone does tend to heat up. No big deal, but it is noticeable. The ringtones are NOT quiet, they are proficient. Battery life is passable, and does stay on a little shy of 160 hours if charged correctly. It is a very pretty phone, and the buttons are luminated awesomely. The screen-savers are kind of lame, unless you don't have an actual life, you will like them. You can amuse yourself by staring at a panda bear just walking. And walking..and walking.. Or you can look at a dog in some overly decorated place being annoyed by fleas or something. Or you can look at race cars whose bodys turn left, but the car still goes straight. Or you can be like me, and not bother and put up a display of clouds and stars with the time under it. The calculator is a bit confusing. The games are strategic, except "Spider Hunter". That game is just plain stupid. Push Push makes you think, and Fly Ribbon keeps you on your toes. The phone book is easy to use, but takes a while to get used to. It asks for the number before it asks for the name (?). The structure of the phone is a bit flimsy. I don't mean like the phone will fall apart, I mean the plastic casing is very scratchable and won't sustain shininess for over a week. Overall, this phone is great for someone who likes "Good Enough".