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O2 XDA II mini


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GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
2004, 4Q
Dimensions: 108 x 58 x 18 mm
Weight: 150 g
Type: TFT Touchscreen, 65K colors
Size: 240 x 320 pixels
- Handwriting recognition
Type: Polyphonic (40 channels)
Customization: download, order now
Vibration : Yes
Phonebook: Photo call
Call records: Yes
Card slot: MMC/SDIO
- Intel PXA272 - 416MHz processor
- 64 MB ROM
OS: Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 SE
GPRS: Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots) 32 - 48 kbps
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Clock: Yes
Alarm: Yes
Infrared port: Yes
Games: Jawbreaker, Solitaire, order now
Colors: Stylish black, silver
Camera: 1.3 MP, 1280x960 pixels, video, put your photo on your mobile
- Bluetooth
- Pocket Office(Word, Excel, Outlook)
- Java
- WAP 2.0
- HTML browser
- Voice memo
- MP3/AAC player
- USB port
- Built-in handsfree
Standard battery, Li-Ion 1200 mAh
Stand-by: Up to 180 h
Talk time: Up to 5 h

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#1 Brian 2011-01-28 19:14
30.06.2006 07:48
Brian says:

I bought the phone about a month ago after a VERY long search - I looked at Nokia 9300, Sony-Ericsson P910i, Blackbeery phones and even other O2s such as XPhoneII and XDA IIs. I must admit, being a staunch Nokia user I was a bit worried eventually picking O2 XDA Mini, but it was the best buy ever. It has all the features that a business phone should have, and is small and light (relatively) to the baragain. Some pros and cons I found...

Pros first: It actually doesn't hang as reading many reviews here would suggest, PROVIDED you configure it and take care of it. For a start, it pays to allocate bit more memory to the OS. Secondly, when you close a program, it doesn't really close, but goes into background instead. I have re-allocated my callendar button to be a task manager (you have 4 customisable buttons) and ocassionally go there and stop programs I don't really use. In this way, hanging will not happen. The input method is really good, but I strongly recommend you configure handwriting recognition to your style. If you do, the accuracy is excellent with moderate neatness. The phone-pad, which simulates normal phone's keypad is brilliant, easy to use and eliminates any jitters if you are used to one-hand operation. Bluetooth is good, but note you must configure bluetooth ActiveSync through Settings > System > Bluetooth Settings (inability to ActiveSync via bluetooth tested a lot of my patience until I found this utility, which is actually NOT described in the manual). Once configured, you can easily exchange files and everything else with your PC without 3rd party software, as some suggested. The externally-acce ssible SD slot is also brilliant and allows use of WiFi card, GPS navigation and, of course, lots of memory. Finally, it really pays to read the manual (It's a bit chunky, but worth the ready if you want full power). You will learn things such as turning on/off speakerphone (press and hold "Talk" button in conversation), turning off GPRS (press and hold "End" button outside of conversation), using contacts that are integrated into the phone memory (tap and hold the name when it's found, then choose dial), automatic use of IDD phone card (put phone number and PIN into speed dial separated by "," for "pause", then press and keep pressed speed dial to auto-enter; when complete, just dial your IDD number - it saves a helluva lot of keystrokes), using MP3s as ringing tones (yes, it's possible), allocating photographs to caller ID, and a lot more.
#2 Brian 2011-01-28 19:14
30.06.2006 07:49
Brian says:

Now for the CONS ;-)

... The biggest shortcoming is that there is no meter for your GPRS usage (and my telco doesn't provide it either). Looking at your battery power is also a bit awkward when you want detail (Settings > System > Power) and to disconnect from GPRS, you must first know how (see above). Fortunately, there is a software called GPRS Monitor by SPB and that solves this dilemma brilliantly. I would allow extra USD29.95 to buy this software if you are considering buying this phone (if you are a cheapskate, you can re-download trial version every 15 days for free, but will loose all the historical data, which is handy at times). The included ClearVUE pdf reader, which is excellent, doesn't work on all PDF files. The conversion of Word documents from standard to portable format (done automatically by ActiveSync) also doesn't work 100% all the time. Beyond that, the phone is brilliant. It's much more compact than P910i with better camera and lot more features. It also overshadows Nokia 9300 by having a touch screen (Nokia 9300 was ok with its joystick, but not great. Also, the display section, when split open, is too heavy so you have to lie it flat when in use - cannot tilt the screen up like a laptop). The touchscreen is also what made me choose XDA Mini over XPhone II (+ it's the same height and thickness, only 1 cm wider, but with incomparably better OS, features and camera). XDA IIs has built in keyboard and WiFi, but is so big it feels like holding a brick to your ear if you want to use it as a phone. Final thought as a user - if you buy one get a screen protector (about $10) and a silicone skin (about $25). If you scratch the screen it's expensive to replace. The included leather case is very classy, but a bit awkward to use if you are in a hurry to answer a call. Hope this helps to anyone out there thinking of getting one. Cheers...
#3 comments 2011-01-28 19:16
13.08.2007 15:26
somi says:
can u please me tell its price and also that is it applicable in Pakistan??

08.11.2007 10:01
aziz says:
hey, I agree with what brain said it is a jem of a phone.. and it is a class apart from all the other windows version phones.........

09.08.2008 07:16
Jayantilala says:
it is very Worst Phone Don't manufacture this type of phone forever batter is not working properly. theams and software are not got from any where

05.10.2008 08:50
prateek says:
can u please me tell me its price

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