Some people say the Cingular 2125 Windows Mobile Smartphone looks strange - it does. But the guys at msmobiles.com have some interesting feedback on the phone (and some tips on the comments section).
The device runs Windows Mobile 5.0, comes with EDGE support for higher data speeds (not as high as UMTS, but it should be good for some serious browsing and email). Its design had also generated some funny discussions.
Check out this score:
MIDP 2.0 (Java Enabled)
QVGA 240x320 64K color display
Two Tier Prompt Security
Great battery life
Good phone reception and sound quality
Macromedia Flash support
1.3 Mega pixel Camera
No built in WiFi
Power button is nearly impossible to press
Unable to change the Start Menu background.
Completely inadequate additional applications
Problems recognizing Mini SD Cards