Build and Design
The phone follows the tried and tested candy bar design. It measures at 103.5mm x 44mm x 14.9mm and weighs 69.5g. It has an all-plastic finish that at first glance gives you the feeling that you are looking at a cheap phone. In fact, it reminded me of a mini-remote control with a very colourful screen and clear viewability.
The left hand side of the phone has a micro-USB port that serves the dual purpose of serving as a connection port for the charger and the included headset. This essentially nulls the use of the headset while recharging the phone. The USB port is hidden under a dust cover which does its job quite well but may break off with rough use.
The display is a square screen measuring 1.51 inches and supporting a resolution of 128x128 pixels and 65K colors. Below the screen are the two soft keys, which are followed by the "Call" and "Disconnect" keys, the "Cancel" key, and then the number keypad. The middle button of a standard D-pad is used as the "Selection" button while its sides are used to control movements.
The keypad is cramped and requires the user to utilise his/her fingernails more than the fingers themselves. This is especially seen when using the down button of the D-Pad. Over-pressing this button results in pressing the neighboring Cancel button