The PIXON has a 3.2-inch LCD screen that supports a resolution of up to 240×400 pixels. With the Touchback UI and widgets, you can easily customize the screen to your preference. While the Touchback UI resembles the Samsung SGH-F480’s Touch UI, this one does not have haptic feedback. However, the phone does offer vibration feedback.

Above the screen is the front camera for video call, light sensor and the earpiece. The Dial, Back and Power/Menu keys are neatly placed below the display.

At the top is a back cover release button and a multifunction jack for connecting to the PC (with a USB cable), travel adapter and earphones.

A microSD card slot, application switch key and hold button can be found on the left of the PIXON.

On the right are the volume control (also camera zoom), photo album and camera/shutter buttons.

The 8-megapixel camera with LED flash is at the rear. The lens cover automatically opens up when you go into camera mode. You can either access the camera mode via the onscreen menu, or by pressing and holding the camera/shutter button for two seconds.

To remove the back cover, simply press the release button at the top. Due to the compartment layout, you will have to insert phone SIM card before placing the 3.7V Lithium-ion standard battery.

Accessories include a travel adapter, USB cable, user manual, carrying case, 8GB microSD card with adapter, stylus and a software CD. The software CD contains the electronic user’s guide, USB driver and PC Studio application for managing messages and contacts, transfer files and synchronize with the PC.

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