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-Phone in general: It is a rather sturdy device, some say it is large, but I find it perfect, I like having a phone that is nice to hold while using. RF is excellent, I have not used a phone yet that gets better reception.
-Screen: Excellent display at 4K colors, perfect size. The screen is one of the reasons for the phone being larger, but I would rather have a phone a little bigger than I am used to with this display
-Keypad: I actually like, I hope it turns a lot of people away as I like not seeing a lot of people with it, the cost will also turn people away (it is not going to be cheap from AT&T and T-Mobile) Anyways, the keypad is easy to get used to.
-Bluetooth: Works well, supports headset profiles, which only the upcoming Nokia headset and the SonyEricsson HBH-60 support so bluetooth headsets are limited. Sending and receiving files is easy.
-Ringtones: Polyphonic is very nice, sounds much better than the old mono. Phone can also play .wav files as a ringtone.
-Camera: Wow, this thing is amazing, a lot better than my MCA-25 on my T68i was, it takes surprisingly good pictures , and also records video. There is an app to allow unlimited video recording with sound. There is nothing protecting the camera lens, so I left the shipping plastic cover on.
-Memory: MMC slot expandable to 128Mb, comes with a 16Mb card. Very nice feature for storing video, games, apps, pictures, etc......
-Applications: There is a lot of add-ons, I mean a lot. A Gameboy/color emulator, Mp3 player, and a file explorer to name a few. Also Opera released a browser for the series 60 platform.