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Review: Motorola ZINE ZN5

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Menus Calls/Contacts Messaging  

If you're a fan of T-Mobile's MyFave's calling program, you know the drill. Your five most favoritest people in the world get special treatment and appear in a carousel on thedesktop . You can select the contact you want with the D-pad and open the contact up for sending them messages, or simply press the call button to call them.

The default setting for the phone is to take you to the call log when you press up on the D-pad. Normally the send key does this, but on the ZN5, it asks you to add a contact instead. Calls are separated by tabs. The first tab shows all calls, the second shows dialed calls, and so on. Perhaps the most useful feature is that the last tab lets you see frequently called numbers,so if you call certain numbers often, you can find them here.


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The contacts application is fairly robust. When creating a new contact, rather than list everything on one long page, the ZN5 separates everything into different tabs. The first tab is for basic phone and email contact data. The second is for physical mailing address data. The third tab lets you add picture IDs, custom ringtones, etc. and thelast tab lets you add notes, such as their birthday, anniversary, etc. Once all that information is added, it is easily viewed and retrieved by going into the contacts application.


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