The Zen Z77, one of the company's initial designs modeled on the Blackberry form. It proved to be very worthy consideration as a budget handset if you were in need of Dual SIM device with email, a little chatting, internet and multimedia. The Z66 is the lower end version of the same handset and although it’s equipped with a QWERTY keypad this one looks more like INQ’s Chat 3G. Here’s a closer look.
It’s a lightweight handset with a well laid out keypad. The problem is that the keypad is designed using all plastic raised keys, so prolonged usage can be a bit of an issue. The 2.2-inch display sports a 128 x 160 resolution and is clear enough to view even in direct sunlight. The navigation keys and Dual SIM buttons are well placed. The device is bundled with a 2GB card; unfortunately like many other handsets in this category a hot swap for the same is unavailable. You’ll have to go through the tedious process of shutting down the handset, removing the rear panel and then the battery in case you have to remove the card for whatever reason.
Published Date: May 26, 2010 02:15 pm | Updated Date: May 26, 2010 02:15 pm