Excerpt: *I would firstly like to point out this review is for an O2 ice mobile phone that hardly anybody has heard of, it can only be bought in an O2 shop and try as i may i cannot find the exact category to write the review in, this is the closest i can get* . ... .....
i like and hate this phone its strange but i like it and hate it
30 January 2006
Excerpt: lets start with the camera its rubish i hate it the picture quality is bad.i have found at times the phone is hard to navigate but stull usable it is really hard to get ringtones for beacuse it is a spechial type of polyphonic and needs ones that cost like a £5 and there not even real tone it can...
Excerpt: I got this as a yearly update, it was my first venture away from a Nokia for some time, I wish I hadn't bothered. I couldn't use the menus, I wasn't able to find anything. The phone then started to switch itself off within weeks of buying it, then the hinge broke.
Excerpt: all i have to say about this phone is that it is one of the best phones on the market at the current time. its stylish, sleek and just cool! only problems known to occur with this phone is that it freezes now and then which i can not say has happened to me yet.
Excerpt: Ok, this phone comes for free, if you hav an O2 account. That's good. It looks quite neat, very similar to the Samsung phone. It has a big colour screen, java enabled, polyphonic ringtones and a swivel camera. There is no bluetooth. It is datacable enabled.