Well, I’ve had a here, so I’ll add to that review. Having now used the phone in a variety of lighting conditions, the 21:9 screen is still wonderful to use; bright and clear in most situations. The split screen functions within the phone are still useful, although as this isn’t a true smartphone, some of the apps still feel a little limited compared to other more advanced phones on the market.in for review for a few weeks now, and overall I have been impressed with the phone. I already covered my initial impressions of the phone
In use, the size hasn’t proved a major problem, although even today there have been comments like “that’s a large phone”. The touchscreen is nice to use, and a great improvement on some previousmodels, with the whole phone feeling more responsive, and easier to use. Some games and other Java applications seemed not well adjusted to the large screen size, causing buttons to appear very small, but this is a minor problem.
Overall, this is a very nice phone to use, and stylish to boot!
In fact there are only a couple of downsides to the phone. Firstly, given the phone is a designer device, we wonder how many of the users will take advantage of the whole range of features available. Secondly, with the rise of phones supporting Social Networking sites via built in applications (such as the, or the newer GW520, reviews of both phones soon!), and the lack of such applications on the phone may not have been an issue a few months ago, but now seems a little oversight.
Allowing for these small concerns, I’ll miss the phone, which is available on a number of networks.
Thanks tofor lending me the phone.