The following technical Mitsubishi Trium Mondo review is computer-generated with this phone's specifications, it is not based on an actual hands-on review. It evaluates its good and not-as-good features so that you make a sound decision.
- Wireless Data System: Bluetooth-enabled, which is an interesting plus. Bluetooth is not really necessary but may be handy if you want to use a wireless headset or transfer data to or from your (Bluetooth-enabled) laptop, for instance. (score: 7/7)
- Phone Book: 254 entries. This is sufficient for most people. (score: 12/20)
- Weight: 7.05 ounces of the Mitsubishi Trium Mondo is a lot of weight. Whether you carry it in your pants pocket or a purse, you could find it heavy. (score: 0/20)
- Talk Time: A talk time of 180 minutes. This is just basic. (score: 8/20)
- Stand-by Time: 100 hours of stand-by time. I've seen better. (score: 8/20)
- Speakerphone: It doesn't seem to have a speakerphone, which would be useful in some situations. (Find phones with a speakerphone) (score: 0/10)
Overall Score: 35
* Look at these 3 phones. They ranked higher than the Mitsubishi Trium Mondo:
Sony Ericsson K610im (Score= 137)
Sony Ericsson k610i (Score= 130)
Sony Ericsson V630 (Score= 125)
** Because manufacturers do not necessarily list features in full, some information may be missing. Thus, the script that generates these technical reviews may produce akward results. Shall it happen, send me an email to let me know.
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