Let’s cut right to the chase. On first impressions, this handset from SE, boasting a Windows Mobile operating system, looks looks the business.
The touch screen interface is easy to use, navigating between the nine possible homescreens (internet, media, calendar etc) at the touch of the screen.
The phone has a slimmer-than-expected appearance, with the QWERTY keyboard sliding out nicely from underneath the screen in an arc. The naviagtional mouse touchpad is smooth as you like.
The DVD quality screen 3-inch is also looks top notch and a 3.2 megapixel camera owns the iPhone too.
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