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Old 26-05-2009, 03:21 PM
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E66' photos, yes, tend to have some purple haze over them, BUT that can be overcome by manually setting the white balance depending on the type of ambient light (natural or artificial). It takes a few seconds which may cause you to miss a photo on these most unexpected moments though.

The loudspeaker volume is FAR too weak for me. I came from Nokia 6233, which had excellent and very loud stereo speakers and the contrast is huge. I have to choose my ringtones carefully (didn't have to on 6233), because most songs sound just too quiet. A pity, considering that business users have many important calls that can't be missed.

The battery is also a piezo' s#it. I'm using it heavily for internet n' stuff, it can usually wait till late evening before shutting down, but sometimes also not. When using it only for calls (why the hell didn't you buy a 3310 then?), the maximum would be 2 days I think, not more.

The keyboard, in contrary, is excellent. I've really mastered T9 and can write normal text on it faster than a QWERTY with tiny buttons, even faster than many people on a computer (over 70 words per minute). The slider has become wobbly as all sliders eventually do, but it looks very stylish indeed. It could only be less slippery to minimize accidental drops. I've noticed that the slider becomes a bit wobblier with every drop, but it's no surprise.
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