'The experience on the two applications is similar to that on other AT&T phones; both are minimalist in their designs, but the music player supports a wide variety of file formats and it offers useful features, such as album art, playlists, and shuffle and repeat modes.'
'At $250 ($199 after rebate) direct from Cingular, you get a lot of phone for the money.'
'This folder style handset sports a large 2.4", 320x240 (QVGA) display that is capable of 16 million different color shades, and makes use of a smaller reflective display on the outside for navigating through the music player application.'
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