"Fine phone with no camera"3.5 starson by sid_w
Pros: Blue-tooth, internal antenna, speaker, no camera
Cons: Limited accessory support, low battery life
Summary: If you work in a secure facility and need a new phone with no camera, this is a fine choice. It has pretty much all the bells and whistles other than a camera: bluetooth, speakerphone, picture mail (incoming only), and an internal antenna with decent power.
Speaker is a bit tinny, but you can always use a cordless bluetooth headset.
About the only difficulty I have had so far is that the battery gets down to 2 bars after about 1-2 days with limited use and powersave (bluetooth, even in standby, seems to be eating up the juice). But otherwise, no complaints.
I got this in trade for the Samsung A580 after a few days of difficulties with the infamous "gotcha button". I am much more satisfied now.
A caveat if you are new to bluetooth: Make sure the bluetooth headset is turned off, not on standby, when not in use, if you want to use the phone as your headset, or the phone's speaker/mike will be bypassed. Also, although the phone can be used as a cordless modem via bluetooth, you will need a usb cable to communicate directly between the phone and the computer.Updated
I have since figured out why the battery gets discharged. The external LCD panel backlight turns on for several seconds whenever one of the side-buttons gets hit with the phone closed. This ia not a biggee, but it does run down the battery a bit when the phone it is in a pocket. A car charger is an easy solution to the problem