The S10 is a rather masculine looking handset encased in its all metal, chromed body. It isn’t exactly lightweight, but holding it gives you a reassuring feel. The S10 employs a Nokia Sirocco series-like slider with an enclosed keypad. The keypad looks small and compact, but you’ll quickly get used to it. A power button is located at the top and a universal mini USB port for the headset and charger is located at the bottom. The S10 also packs in a 2 megapixel camera with an LED flash.
Unfortunately, the S10 doesn’t have hot swap for the microSD card, but on the plus side, Zen has included a 2 GB card. The 2.2-inch display is quite clear for viewing in all conditions. When it comes to the UI, Nokia users should find the transition comfortable. The quick access shortcut bar on the desktop is reminiscent of a Nokia Series 40 handset. Basic GPRS/WAP is all the S10 has to off er in terms of network connectivity.
This means no email, but you will be able to send and receive MMS. The only social networking option available is an MSN Windows Live chat app. Other connectivity features include Bluetooth and USB. It also doubles up as a webcam when connected to a PC. The battery life is one of the phone’s biggest drawbacks. Its 800mAh battery is capable of less than a day’s usage and it had to be charged quite frequently.At a price of 4,999, It is a good buy.



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