Those close to me know that technologically savvy and my name cannot be spoken in the same breath. To give you an example my Motorola V360 has photo capacity. I turned on my new cell phone and was experimenting with some features, I accidentally turned on the camera. I ended up with some wonderful pictures of my rug, the kitchen floor and my foot which is quite photogenic. After a perusal of the instruction manual, I was eventually able to return it to the use it was intended for from my perspective, a phone.
I, basically, purchased it for emergency purposes and don't use many of its excellent features. Although, I have now mastered the camera functions, taking and retrieving pictures with success. On occasion, I have used both the call forwarding and voice mail options.
I have a friend who owns the identical phone and is impressed with the MP3 and AAC music player. Since, it is Bluetooth wireless compatible, she likes to shut out the world with her headset.
Its USB computer connection, games player and video playback do not peek my interest in a phone, but I know young people who use this tirelessly. As well as the text messaging, let's hope with discretion.
The hands free speaker is an interesting aspect and not something I was expecting in a cell phone.
All in all an excellent phone loaded with different choices for those that wish to employ all its purposes or just someone like me happy with the phone capabilities.