The MWG Zinc II smartphone comes with O2 Xda Zinc. Aesthetically, the device is similar to other smartphones (59 x 109.5 x 17.5 mm) and has a large 2.8 "touch screen touch screen. The phone weighs 185g and has a zipper on the QWERTY keyboard for easy input. solid feel, with a nice slider operation for the keyboard, but you can certainly tell the difference in weight from a standard mobile phone.
The phone comes with an impressive range of features, not least a Samsung 500MHz processor that is more than capable of running Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional. We were surprised that the 64 MB installed RAM did not slow down the operating system and, in fact, we found that the phone could run many applications simultaneously. The phone comes with 256 MB of internal memory and also a microSD card expansion card.
In contrast to a lot of smartphones, the phone comes with a QWERTY keyboard with a small slider that communicates with Microsoft Office Outlook and other mobile versions of the CE software e is a lot easier than phones with standard keypads or just the touch screen for input. Although Zinc II also has a 2.8 "TFT QVGA touchscreen and style for simple navigation and input, we found it highly responsive.
The phone is a quad band, which means that the phone will work on any network worldwide and is fully compatible with 3G network (three-screen). Data transmission over 3G networks with the phone is up to 3.6 Mbps.
MWG Zinc II also comes with WiFi 802.11b + g connection (for wireless and hotspots), Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (the latest Bluetooth standard for fast data transfer) and in addition, the built-in SiRF III GPS for navigation software such as Tomtom or Google Maps, which we found responsive and accurate when used with Google Maps.
Only The actual hills of MWG Zinc II are 2.0 megapixels, which is much lower than other smartphones where the standard is 5.0 megapixels.
Even with all these features kum is the MWG smartphone battery clearly c can hold standby time up to 260 hours and talk time up to 6 hours.
The Zinc II is capable of installing stereo with a built-in speaker of normal quality and stereo headphones are also included for personal audio playback or video playback. The smartphone also comes with a power plug with alternating screws for different countries around the world (ideal for travel).
All in all, if you need a good smartphone with all the features of Windows Mobile 6 Professional and are not interested in camera or picture quality, the phone will definitely fit your account. You can buy it on Expansys UK for £ 349.99 (including £ 50 cashback offer) or free on specific T-mobile and 02 contracts.
Source by James Youell