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Snapfon ez ONE Cell Phone Review
Author: Sandy Berger 38,184 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: May 12, 2010
Page: 1 of 6
Introduction

Although smart phones are very popular, not everyone wants one. Some people want a cell phone mainly to make telephone calls. There are some cell phones that do just that. However, even if your main use will be telephone calling, it may be nice to have some simple additional features like texting, a radio, and a flashlight. That’s where the Snapfon ez ONE comes in. It is a simple cell phone that focuses on making calling easy, but has some nice extra features that come in very handy.

As shown in Figure 1, the Snapfon comes in a small box with a picture of the phone on the top.


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Figure 1: The box.

Inside the box you will find the phone, a small 22 page User Guide, a Black nylon neck lanyard, a brown suede-like case and a pair of ear buds. The phone slides into the case easily, but fits tightly. The ear buds are the hard iPod-type, but have an additional in-line control.


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Figure 2: The box contents.

Figure 3 shows the Snapfon next to an iPhone. As you can see the Snapfon is considerably smaller. At 2" x 4" x 0.5" (5.08 x 10.16 x 1.27 cm), the Snapfon is very comfortable in the hand and fits well into just about any pocket.


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Figure 3: The Snapfon ez ONE next to an iPhone.

As you can see, the Snapfon has an attractive bronze body with a very dark chocolate brown face and bezel. Because the number pad is so prominent, it could easily be mistaken for a calculator.

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