Excerpt: I got this phone passed down from my brother as he got a new one a few years ago now. So I have been using this phone up until christmas 2006 and it has been great. The camera is the best part about this phone as it takes amazing quality snaps day or night. I don't know what mega pixels it had but all of my mates with new phones were all very poor quality compared to the quality on the GX20. The durability of it is amazing.
Pros: Brilliant camera, durable, large screen, excellent reception
Excerpt: I have this type of phone and personally i think it is an all round good phone. The first thing i'd like to qoute is the outstanding picture qaulity on the 'sharp' setting which i was quite surprised by, and, there are two settings to pick what quality of picture you want. The main display is very clear and the layout of the menu is easy to use and easy to identifie what area you need to look at.
Excerpt: Sharpe have done themselves proud here and even better with their GX30i which has hugh photography quality. The phone is compact and flips open easily. The keys are easy to use even with big fingers like me. The camera feature is its big plus and even more so with the GX30i which has 1Mb pixels. Now that's a lot of dots per square inch! Hence, you can download the photos onto the computer and print them out.
Pros: Very neat, quality camera phone .
Cons: Not as good as the GX30i, battery runs down quick
Excerpt: This phone for me was ok! I have recently been using the O2 X3 which I was dissapointed with and this phone at first was a breath of Fresh Air! Firstly, the reception was fantastic, I even had this up in a valley in Cheshire and previously had experienced problems with the X3, however the reception on this phone was mint! Secondly, the camera and video recording on this phone was super, the X3 has a camera un matched by any mobile phone I have had, Bar this one!
Excerpt: Sexier and more amazing with a bigger screen than the Gx10 and 10i,a better camera and more improved keypad. I've reviewed this phone to see if Sharp has finally cracked the problems that plagued the GX10. It must be hard developing a phone once you've got a solution that works. Yes the GX10 had its problems; mainly annoying menu navigation buttons and the lack of Bluetooth, but on the whole the GX10i proved to be a good phone, with a bright screen and plenty of memory...
Pros: Amazing Camera Quality as always from Sharp(Sharp Gx 20 and up)
Cons: Vido Recording is only 15 seconds and the battery life isnt really my cup of tea .