Summary: The Samsung -made Mysto brings all of Helio’s offerings to an ultra-compact sliderphone. Mysto provides a stylish alternative to Helio’s other high-end handset, Ocean, for users who don’t need a full QWERTY keypad. The problem is that Mysto looks a little better than it actually works. Mysto’s gorgeous display, integrated GPS, and robust software are somewhat offset by hard to use touch controls, iffy sound quality during calls, and an oddly placed End button.
Pros: All kinds of multimedia, Web, and location-based features; Super slim profile; Speedy EV-DO access; GPS; 106MB Internal Memory
Excerpt: The Helio Mysto is the CDMA version of the Samsung U600, but with many improvements. The popularity and intrigue surrounding Helio phones rests in the rich bundle of onboard applications, including robust IM and email features found on all their latest models, and the Mysto is no exception. In fact, the shorter feature list would be the one listing what the Mysto cannot do!