While many of us choose bigger phones which offer the best of features, there is that segment of general population which goes by the axiom “small is beautiful.” But as the size decreases, so do the features and we either end up with a small, stylish cell phone with very few features or one almost the size a brick with everything that we wished for. Thankfully, the Neon 7 combines the best of both worlds, with a diminutive body enough to fit in the center of your palm while offering features worthy of a mid-range cell phone at the same time.
Measuring in at just 95 X 42 X 11 mm thin, the Neon 7 Mini definitely isn’t the smallest phone in the world, but is better geared than the others available in that category. You will be surprised by how many goodies are crammed into this miniature wonder.
Along with a 1.9-inch touchscreen display, this little devil packs a 1.3 megapixel camera that can also double as a webcam and heat-sensing navigation keypads that glow when touched. The small screen rules out watching videos, but there’s still the mp3 player onboard to keep anyone occupied for hours with their favorite numbers loaded on a T-Flash card. Connectivity-wise, the device fares moderately well with support for GSM850/1800/1900MHz networks, Bluetooth with Stereo support, POP/IMAP email, SMS, and WAP. Not impressed yet? Well, how about handwriting recognition and Speech Synthesis to read out menus and incoming numbers out loud?
The Neon 7 Mini is available at ThinkGeek for an affordable price of $199.9. Small size, small price, don’t you think?
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