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Review: Motorola W755

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Touch Menus Calls/Contacts Messaging  

Regular dialing results in numbers nearly a third the size of the screen in an easy-to-read font. Choosing "Large Only" from the Display settings menu kicks up the font size a few more points, making clicked numbers easy for all but the most vision-impaired user to read.


Since the W755 is not a smartphone, you can't transfer your contacts from Outlook or some other PC-based address book. Each of your entries can include five phone numbers (Mobile 1, Mobile 2, Home, Work, Fax), Email 1 and Email 2, Group identification, and picture ID. To confirm you're putting the right data in the right place, the form rectangle you need to fill in lights up in powder blue. The resulting saved contact screen displays only the information you've inputted, so you don't have to scroll through a lot of empty spaces to get to the contact method you need.

When dialing from the contact list, just remember to shift from the navigation array to the green "Call" button when you want the phone to dial the actual number. Hitting the center action button when you get to the number just puts the phone in edit mode.


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