Pros: Media, Wifi, GPS, Camera
Cons: buttons, face plate.
OK, Short and sweet.
Great looking screen, handles music photos and video very nicely, probably the best media oriented phone on the market. The GPS is great to have the maps are free but turn by turn will cost you a subscription fee that is not cheap. wifi was best used to download ngage games and the camera takes spectacular images.
The buttons are just not very practical, small little slivers that are easy to hit the wrong one, especially for anyone with meat hooks for fingers. The faceplate is actually quite flimsy easily scratched and due to the fact that this phone is $500 plus dollars i expected an aluminum body. the battery is quite good considering all of the features you get to play with and it still makes it to the end of day 2... not much beyond but thats decent. The OS is not easy for new commers but if your use to symbian then it is certainly easy just not intuitive.... I gave it to my wife to replace her aging sony. She had the phone in her from pocket and handed it to me cause she said it wouldn't turn on... well it was on, only the screen was broken! $50 later a screen I got off of ebay I had her up and running on it again in about a week...
the round up: more features then you can shake a stick at, but that doesn't completely make up for the cheap feel of this device which can lead to durability issues.
Nice phone but baby it.