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    • by Brooke

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      This phone is slim and lightweight. You can pay only for the minutes you want with no annual contract. It has sms and mms messenging, itap predictive text entry, 65k color lcd, and a 2.5mm headset jack.

      It has the capability of 8.8 hours of talk time, with 366 hours of standby time. This phone comes with a rechargeable battery, ac adapter and a quick start guide. As well as a user manual.

      My biggest complaints about this phone is that it is hard to store e-mails and that the light will never stay on as

      long as I want it to.

      The phone is black and gray, all of the buttons are black and the outside of the phone is gray. The scroll button is a blue on the outer and in the inside it is gray. The end or off key has a red picture on it.

      You can clearly see the microphone on the phone, the phone has a menu key, navigation key, left and right soft key as well as an on and off key.

      It has a power connector where you insert the charger, that is displayed ...

      • at the top of the phone. The navigation key is the button you want to push when you want to scroll through menus and lists. The power or end key is to turn the phone off, end calls or exit menus and lists. The send or answer key is to make calls. The right soft key performs functions in the lower right display and the left soft key performs functions in the lower left display. The menu key opens a menu up.

        You can see the display as soon as you pick up the phone. It

        has a Motorola on top of the phone, and a at&t logo on the bottom of the phone. The microphone looks just like a small hole on the lower right of the phone. The numbers are the same as any other phone, where they are placed. The navigation key is blue which doesn’t really match anything else on the phone. The display is kind of a small box, it could be bigger. On the outer of the display box it is black.

        The phone offers web browsing and polyphonic ring tones with a large color display.

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