Optimus Panasonic X300


Optimus Panasonic X300
-- Professional phone review

Is this a Camera or Cell Phone?
The Panasonic X300 it’s all that and more, with a one-click, pop-up LCD that's cooling to use. The X300 is the company's newest stab at the mid-market, proposing a exclusive conceive that's reminiscent of a digital camcorder.

The X300 is an strange little phone. It's compact, assessing 92 x 49 x 21 mm, and weighs 87 g, which is equitably standard. Yet in the hand it feels crouch, rather like a fat bar of soap. Its 128 x 128, 16-bit CSTN computer display is small; lighting is uneven and we discovered the brandish of usually poor quality.

But that's not the poorest of it: the computer display is dwarfed by its bezel, which is so large that it crams the keypad into the base part of the front face. Included the other characteristics, we find a mean phone book, calendar, calculator, currency converter, image caller ID, WAP 2.0 browser, ring tone composer, wallpaper and themes.