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      06.10.2005 14:48

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      A shame that it didn't live up to it's promises

      This was the 1st flip phone I had bought, and it had an internal aerial.

      I was very disappointed by it for a number of reasons:
      1. Reception was very patchy and poor quality
      2. The battery could never decide if it was full or empty, and wouldn't charge up if it was empty but thought it was full - very frustrating
      3. It scratched very easily and looked tatty after only a few weeks of low volume use

      I felt good about buying a British phone that looked quite cool, but I ended up taking it back and upgrading to a Motorola V550 which is much higher quality and with better functionality.

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      05.10.2005 19:31

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      half way between modern and old

      This phone I would say is half way between modern and the big ugly bricks you used to get back in the 70's. In the way that it is small and cute, but doesn't have the modern amenities of camera and video, but that didn't prove a problem for me when I had it. It had amazing games that only a sendo would have, and with a *swoosh* every time you flip it up and down, it really is a mans gadget.

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