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Advert in todays Mirror,reduced from £19.97 to £9.97
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2 handsets per customer.
Review from Amazon
It's a very light phone, the Sagem my150x weighs just 65 grams. At just 10mm thick, the my150x is very slim too - in fact, it's one of the slimmest phones on the market. Overall dimensions are 107 x 47 x 10mm, which means that the my150x isn't too small to use. The handset is attractively finished with chrome highlights to add to the slightly unconventional monoblock layout. The display is pretty unique - it's a large 1.8" 101x64 pixel monochrome panel that uses a technology that Sagem call "NeoNTM". Exactly how this works is unclear, but Sagem say that the display is similar to a "classic Casio watch". It certainly does look a little like the type of display that you'd see on an old-style LED calculator which is no bad thing. Information is displayed in a high contrast blue-on-black display which certainly gives the Sagem my150x a distinctive look. The menu system on the my150x has been specially created to make use of the novel display. The rest of the features on the Sagem my150x are pretty straightforward - it's a dual-band GSM device with a vibrate function, speakerphone and polyphonic ringtones and that's pretty much it.