Yeah good phone but to take a lot of picture with the 4 mpixel camera i need carte slot
Why pfffff !!!??
Has the front housing been removed from this phone or was it just born that ugly?
Wtf is this lol ? A remote for a TV ? looks weird, maybe unless you always hold it horizontally...
its a total rip on the LG 5mp camera phone... take a look... design is much worse aswell
the coolest phone i ever seen, i really adore its design, its camera!, and its mp3!.
its the !!best!!
lol more megapixels doesnt mean be quality pictures...just bigger resolution
The SENSOR is wut determines the quality of pictures
doesn't look too bad(specs) lol, this phone reminds me of my elementary school blue calculator that the teachers had signed out to each student... memories
The 4MP camera is owsome, but with only 128Mb and no card slot, that i feel the minus value, and the fiture must be moore option thank's
it has sum kind of memory slot, in the pcture u can c a slot for it where it says open, on the side.
The 4 Mega Pix camera sounds good however with no card slot and just 128MB memory its no good. Should have some additional features as well.
SJ where you from? you seem to know about VK pretty well......I think this company has potential...And if they go public I may buy a good amount of shares.
I don't know how they got hold of VK2200, but it is not suppose to be available in U.S. market yet. VK2200 shown here has capability of supporting awsome services in a very thin design. Unfortunatly, this services are not provided in U.S.(but they are coming) So if you have them now, you would realize that the phone is packed with features that you can't use. VK is in the process of redesigning VK2200 to meet the required U.S. specs. I heard that when it is completed, it will have less features and look thicker(thats what U.S. required specs do)
VK filed bankrupcy but they are bought by other company. Their market is still strong in Europe, South America, and Korea. New popular service provider that entered U.S. market called 'Helio' uses phones from Samsung, LG, and VK. VK will continue to bring in their products to U.S.