338 reviewed by Oxygen Mobile
Well I wont bother with such an indepth review as this is just a basic phone. Of course you'll get the best information though. Real reviews, by real people.
Opening the box, I was greeted to a nicely polished phone. Although a bit plasticky, it was nice and fairly attractive.
As I switched it on, I was greeted by the usual NEC logo and the Three logo. I was also greeted by an animated wallpaper. (A nice touch to new phones).
So off we go.
17 MB internal memory, 3G, VGA camera
Screen: 65K screen
System: NEC Native
Sound: One speaker behind the screen. (bit different)
Again I apologize if the pictures are not as clear as they should be.
What you get:
In the box you get the battery, a headset, a Sync CD, Sync cable, charger, and a manual.
The CD includes syncing apps.
Below are a few pics of the phone.
The keypad was lit up green (I hate green) had a tricky set up and was nicely sized.
I've never really like clamshell phones (I like to call them flip phones) but this one was nice in the sense that it had three different tones, the NEC is nice and small, especially for a video phone.
Audio on the phone isnt that great, but then again, I dont use it that much.
Now judging by the pics, you might say "that phone is not that small (insert any word here)" So I've supplied a comparison photo.
The interface of the phone is very hard to get used to. I dont think it's because I'm used to Sony Ericsson or Nokia's, but its generally stupidly set up. I can get over it since I'm a quick learner, but I doubt many people will be so open.
It runs standard 3gp video's, but since the screen is small, it's not that clear. It seems to me that it lags a bit, but more stupidly, it plays ALL video's in order of how they are placed in file. I dont know if it's possible to play just one, since I haven't found that menu.
It's a nice little phone for 3, but not overall. I think it's something that sets the basic minimum.
Note: NO IR or BLUETOOTH.
By K Saleh