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I got this wee beauty for my other half for Christmas and she seems quite pleased, which is a disappointment to me because I'd love to have had it for myself. The unit's nice and small, light and sexy looking. It doesn't, however, have a tinny feel to it as many of the smaller Nokia phones do.... it's got a good solid feel to it. The number pad is easy to use, unlike some of the newer designs. What seems to have happened here is that Philips have decide to keep what works and make it better. So we're not looking at an innovative phone here, rather it's a good all-round unit that display things in colour. The phone supports :- . Bluetooth for access it's address book and the colours photos and wallpaper sections . WAP Internet . GPRS Internet The full colour systems makes the menus nice and easy to work with, and animations that show what's happening contribute to what is essentially a nice user experience. WAP Internet browser is, as always, a pain in the behind with a telephone. But this is made up for by the fact that it will auto-segment outbound SMS messages to send whatever length of message you want in multiple chunks. Another neat feature is that you can drop on photos of people in your address book. So when I call Louise she can see my ugly mug on the phone. Very Groovy. Ringtones are there in abundance and it's even got some nice wee games inbuilt, although extending the game is not an option... so try not to get bored of what's with it. Battery life is superb running in at a number of days on standby with excellent talk-time battery life to boot, see the official website for exact figures as they're really very accurate for once.