Review of GSM handset Sony Ericsson Z310i

“In fact Sony Ericsson has taken the best solutions from all fields, so that the Z310i retains features of middle class phone and advantages peeked in the phones by other companies. Light indicators, for instance, on the front do exactly the same job as an external screen on models by other manufacturers, however even with their great looks we cannot forgive them for being of no real use in most cases. In the Z310i such icons are understudied by the external screen but you would not find it on the front side even if you start investigating it carefully, as it is possible to see the screen only when it works, which is the main distinctive feature of this model. In many same models the location of a screen is quite noticeable because of smooth surface.” Read more about this nice phone here:

Pantech A100 – simple, slim, stylish

“Another piece of info from the FCC site deals with a new GSM phone Pantech A100. This is a classical candy bar phone, slim and resembling slim clamshells by NEC in design.The short specs of Pantech A100: Networks: GSM 850/900/1800 MHz Dimensions: 98x38x12.9 mm Weight: 81 g. Display: 128×128 pixels, 65K colors Camera: VGA, CMOS with video capture (7 fps in screen size) Sound: AMR, G-MIDI, SP-MIDI, C-MIDI, SMF, i-Melody Messages: SMS, MMS, E-Mail Connectivity: IrDA port, WAP browser Other functions: alarm clock, calendar, text and voice notes, world time, calculator, measure converter, stopwatch.” via