"Excellent Phone w/ unfair knock on phone book"4.5 starson by bchunter
Pros: Slim and comfortable in coat or trouser pocket
Cons: Documentation / Owner's Manual
Summary: This is a truly great phone that gets knocked for a poor phone book, an Achilles heel that really does not exist. Many complain about the phone book because they believe that you can store only 1 number per name. This is not true, but it also is not well-documented in the manual, nor is it immediately obvious from usage. While in edit mode for a particular contact, scroll down, and select "MORE." An option to append a new phone number or e-mail address to the name will appear. Enter new number (or e-mail), select the type (home, pager, mobile), and save. Also, you may set up the phone to display each number individually in the list of contacts or only the "primary" number assigned for the contact (by default, the first number entered, but you can assign any number as the primary). This option is accessed by hittin the smart key while in phone book and seleting "Set Primary." The "primary" display option allows faster searching through a list of contacts.
Then only thing I want for with this phone is a little extra volume on the ear speaker. It can be a little hard to hear with high ambient noise. My 2 year-old Samsung was better in this department and was loud enough to act as a one-way speakerphone.
Key press audio cues are also too low on highest setting, but that's a quibble.
The speakerphone is great. Everyone I have talked to with the s-phone has said they can't tell I'm using it. It works great while sitting on my desk 2 feet away from me.