“The main things that Toshiba is keen to point out are the fact it has the fastest processor around, in the shape of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz processor, and it’s also among the thinnest at under a centimetre. It’s running Windows Mobile 6.1, and all the signs point to a free upgrade when version 6.5 hits in a few months’ time.But the first thing to note about this phone is the screen. Let’s not beat around the bush here; it’s massive at 4.1 inches. What’s more curious is that Toshiba decided not to stop there – there’s up to two centimetres more border around that screen to extend the phone to a frankly insane 129 x 70 x 9.9 mm chassis size.In the hand, these dimensions just feel odd. It’s a phone that exceeds anything you’ll have felt before as the screen is the largest seen on a 3G phone. Where the screen extended to the edges of the phone, it could have been a lot more ergonomic, but as it stands, it just feels… very strange” Read more here:
“The phone’s display automatically turns off and can be brought back to life by pressing any button on the casing, which will bring up the home screen. To unlock it, you’ll need to sweep your finger from top to bottom or put it on the arch and move it down or tap the Menu key below the screen twice (first time to turn the screen on and then one more time to unlock the device).
To start dialing a number, just press the Call key, situated beneath the display – doing so will bring up the number pad, allowing you to dial a number. However, these on-screen buttons house not only digits, but also letters, so that you’ll be able to search for a contact in your phonebook. Similar setup is employed in Windows Mobile based devices, they call it “Smart Dial”.
Using this feature you can enter a contact’s name without having to open the phonebook or leave the dial screen. The phone starts searching in stored phone numbers and contact names as soon as you begin typing. For example, if I enter “525”, I’ll get a list of contacts whose first or last name includes the letters assigned to 5, 2 and 5 (as in JKL+ABC+JKL).
Beneath the numberpad are the minimize key, Call button and the heart-shaped Favorites shortcut.
When dialing a number or receiving a call, you’ll see the picture assigned to the relevant contact. ” Read more here: