AT&T BlackJack II Mobile Phone – A Review

They went back to the drawing board with blackjack, which means that everyone can enjoy the fruits of this work. No II has a larger screen, more memory, a powerful processor, better keyboard, GPS, Windows Mobile 6 and a 2 mega pixel camera Last but not least – a bigger battery.

I do not think the new design is without problems, however. There are problems of time and echoes from the speakers, the sound distorted and indistinct deaf.

Blackjack II is available in black or burgundy. The latest textures on the back makes it easier to hold. Burgundy is a nice change from the usual black cell phone (which always attracts fingerprints).

This is a very nice executive phone to say the least. Bigger than its predecessors, as it should be extra capacity battery allows – a large 1700 mAh for 7 hours of talk time and up to 14 days standby rating. I have the intention to refill once a week.

The TFT touch screen does not have a pixel resolution for text and images are sharp and vibrant. As with a normal PC you can background, website, menus, etc.

There is full access to the bottom of the screen with QWERTY keyboard.

  • The function keys are valid for other purposes.
  • TALK / END keys.
  • Direct access to house.
  • Back button.
  • Press and hold the call key – Activate loudspeaker.
  • Final Press Long Key – phone lock.
  • Numeric keys.
  • Quick Launch Buttons.
  • Shortcut easy access.. for video, camera, and internet news.

Do not know much of the browser with the select button, but can be used as a scroll wheel, which is great. Personally, I prefer a wheel mounted on the side, but you can not have everything and I’m happy with my phone.

I paid $ 150 for my BlackJack II includes a two-year long.

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