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T28 FAQ: Gallery

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This is roughly how the indigo blue light looks like. Cool, isn't it? Look out for some animation when the phone is turned on or off.

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Flap fully extended. The button at the side center is used to open the flip, among other functions.

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Notice how you can see the top of the "Yes" and "No" buttons? Some users managed to press them. Personally, I think that the small round logo and speaker holes mess up the design. And notice the... SCRATCH?!

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The bottom half, which is the flip, seems to resemble the Nokia designs. The hinge seems to be quite sturdy, and that's probably where the mechatronics of the Active Flip feature is housed in.

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Admittedly, the size of the antenna is quite out of proportion with the body, but then again, it looks cute to me. The slide button is probably the one with the most functions.

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Compared to previous models, the keypad of the T28 feels tactile, but may wobble when not pressed. IMHO, the number and roles of the buttons are still the best. The "Yes" button is also used to activate Voice Dialling.

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Bottom of the phone shows the eletrical connections available, as usual. AFAIK, the left two holes are for the portable handsfree, while the right two holes are for the charger. The bottom frame seems to jut out slightly.

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The connectors for the battery are pogo pins which are very reliable. When the battery is pressed in, they emit a metallic "clink" sound. The back frame of the phone made of some kind of lightweight metal. The hole on the left is for a strap.

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