Available in Havana Gold and Quick Black, the handset is pre-loaded with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, if you want quick access to your main inbox. There’s also widgets for your desktop, plus the option of one-press access to your favourite websites or RSS feeds on the two-inch screen. Media functions include a two megapixel camera, 256MB of memory (via Memory Stick Micro – upgradable to 4GB), Bluetooth streaming and a built-in media browser that loads up a music player, video player and photo gallery.
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