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Top criticism of the Sagem MYX5m is that the menus and navigation are simply poorly designed. At times it looks like they weren't even designed at all. For example: To add a new phone number. Go to the phonebook. I see something like this: Sarah Tom Phonebook Options Alice Bart What a stupid idea! Scroll through the my friends names looking for "Phonebook Options". Doh! When I go back to using a Nokia I notice straightaway that the menu is so much easier to use. All praise to Nokia programmers. Poor point: Low screen res. -- it has a definite chunky pixel look. Poor point: Like other phones the main page shows the network name "T-moblie" in large letters. Like that is useful information for me... how about showing "8:34am"! that would be useful. Good point: Long battery life. Good point: Small and lightweight. Feels nice it my pocket. Good point: friendly in a quirky menu way. Good point: (quasi) polyphonic ringing - so my phone moos like a cow whenever it rings. Though i don't believe its real polyphonic -- the ring sound quality really isn't very good. Very good point: Speaker phone. Just press the green button during a call. Poor point: Currently (summer 2003) it isn't possible to unlock these phones. I'm stuck with t-mobile, who fortunately seem to be fine.