imine have 2.2, but then it should as it is new and i think 2.2 been out for a while. thankfully vodafone have more or less left the phone alone, no branding apart from first switch on and no Vodafone Apps.
I even update the You tube App and it still don't work, maybe it a way the mobile phone service providers can make more money
I am getting used to it now, nearly phoning my Dad up at 2 in the morning was not a good idea, lucky I just noticed it before it rang.
I got the people I call often on my favorites page and got it so it displays the contact info and not phone. I can then choose what I want to do.
Not a bad little phone to be honest, I read some reviews and they did not put it in a good light. I think they compared it to the more expensive HTC like the Desire. The screen is clear enough, the phone seems well made and is pretty responsive. I had a small touch phone since last year and I found using it was easier on my fingers, a lot of keypad phones seems stiff.
Still thinking why the hell did I do this for as it is costing me £15 a month more than my old plan.
I also did not think I wanted a smart phone, always been one of these people who thinks a phone is a phone and that is it, but I must admit I enjoyed being able to update,my facebook and see what was happening when I was having a break at work.
500mb may be a bit limited, it don't seem much, but maybe on a phone it is fine, I use Wi-fi when I am at home.
Thanks for the info about the haptic feedback, I have turned it off, not sure if I prefer it on or off.
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