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Orange SPV E200

4th November 2003

The Orange SPV E200 is actually the third Orange smartphone based on the Windows mobile platform, and the first of the series to support Bluetooth. The SPV E200 also comes with a built-in digital camera.

Measuring 120x50x24 mm and weighing 130 grams, the SPV E200 is about the same as the rest in the class. It comes with a large 176x220 pixel display in 65,000 colours.

It's a tri-band GSM phone supporting WAP over GPRS. It also connects to a PC via Bluetooth, infra-red or a USB cable. Because the SPV E200 runs Windows Mobile 2003, copying data between the phone and Microsoft Office application is very simple. The SPV E200 supports standard email protocols, SMS, MMS and can talk to MSN Messenger.

There's nothing much wrong with the SPV E200 in technical terms, but it really does look like Orange missed the boat in design terms, as the SPV E200 is really a little dull, but still quite business-like in looks. It's a shame really because this is a powerful and fairly expensive handset, but it doesn't look it.

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