"Should be so much more"2.0 starson by amadensor
Pros: Price, weight
Cons: Battery life, keyboard, speed, applications
Summary: I have two phones, a Nokia E63, and the Ozone. The E63 is the same price, and so much better. First, and most importantly, battery life. The E63 goes nearly a week between charges, the Ozone, only about a day and a half. They both have the same watt hour capacity battery, so you would think that the Ozone must be much faster, but with both running the same software (Opera Mobile 10) the E63 loads pages at a rate of about 3 to 1 over the Ozone, and that is on Wi-Fi to reduce the possibility of different data speeds since they are on different carriers. The keyboard is also not as good. I can't tell why for sure, since they look the same size, but I seems to mistype a lot more on the Ozone.
The built in applications are mediocre at best, with the aging version of I.E. being a shame for an OS (Wm 6.5) that was the newest, current version only a few months ago.
One more annoying thing, from time to time, the phone decides that hearing the callers on the other end is optional, and there is no sound. A power cycle fixes it, but should not be needed.
Overall, it works, mostly, but the applications, OS, battery life and keyboard make it a less than ideal choice. Get the Nokia if you want a free smart phone. You will be happy you did.