Other key features on this quad-band flip phone include an external mono display, MP3 ringtones, Memory Stick Micro expansion, FM radio with RDS, JAVA MIDP 2.0, and a VGA digital camera with video.
The aforementioned large color screen (35 x 41 mm) is a very high resolution for a cell phone (352 x 416 pixels), and there is a secondary VGA camera mounted on the front for video calls.
After all, you won't be able to enjoy a 5 megapixel, 2 megapixel, or even VGA (640 x 480 pixel) picture on your handset's diminutive display in all its glory anyways.
It is the most powerful of the bunch with UMTS high speed data, dual cameras (a 2.0MP for stills and a VGA for video calls), and an integrated media player.
The iPhone 4 also has higher pixel density than you can detect with the human eye, which improves the quality of the photos you take with the VGA camera.
There is also a secondary VGA camera for video calls, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, a 2.2-inch QVGA display, and touch sensitive music controls on the cover.
The high resolution TFT display is great for watching tiny videos, as is the VGA digital camera for taking those memorable snapshots on the go.
The camera is a blur-tastic VGA unit and there isn't any EV-DO connectivity, but the external color display looks particularly vibrant.
The V3 comes with a basic VGA 4x zoom digital camera, mobile email, quad-band GSM radios, Bluetooth, and an integrated speakerphone.
Simple features are still included, such as the VGA camera, Bluetooth, voice memo, world clock, and predictive text.