Sunday, October 14, 2007

Firefly Mobile Review

Measuring a mere 3.46 x 1.73 x 0.79 inches and weighing only two ounces, the Firefly was designed to fit comfortably in young hands. The exterior features a rugged blue oval faceplate (additional colors can be purchased separately), easily withstanding the everyday wear and tear or bump and drop that's occasional expected.

Lighting up when the phone rings, fun animation sequences glow intermittently when in use, charging or in standby mode. Letting kids personalize their own phone through fun preinstalled ringtones, animations, and backlight colors, they'll want to take the Firefly with them wherever they go.

On the front, a black and white screen displays time, date, and battery and signal levels, and the names of incoming and outgoing calls. Below, a Phone Book Key is surrounded by Send, End, and dedicated "Mom" and "Dad" Keys.

Along the right side, the Emergency 911 Call Button is activated by pressing and holding, to avoid any accidental misdials. While the left side includes Volume Keys, and a fun Firefly Fireworks Button, used to flash fun colors and lights.

The bottom houses the Charger Port and Accessory Hook, used to attach Firefly accessories such as a lanyard or backpack clip.

Out of the box, the Firefly Mobile comes with a Li-Ion Battery (Rechargeable Non-Removable), Travel charger, Backpack Clip, Quick Start Guide, and User Manual.

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