The lightweight, diminutive Modu 1 handset has arrived in the V3.co.uk office, all 40.1g of it.
First off the phone is absolutely tiny and can easily be mistaken for an MP3 player, with dimensions of 72.1mm x 37.6mm x 7.8mm.The Modu 1 is easily smaller than a normal credit card.
In its most primitive form, the device does not have a proper keypad. Navigation and alphanumeric input comes courtesy of four arrows, and writing text messages or dialling numbers is very time consuming.
The device is only capable of three functions - calling, texting and playing music - when not in a Modu 'jacket'.
V3.co.uk was given the speedy, mini pink and two express jackets. The main device slides into these covers and looks and feels more like a phone. However, only a couple of functional features such as web browsing are added.
When the device is inserted into a 'night jacket', a 3.2-megapixel camera is added to the fold, but unfortunately we weren't able to try this as that particular jacket wasn't included.
The Modu 1 comes with 2.25 hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby time, according to official specs. But it does boast a meaty eight hours of music playback, so some users may find it an attractive purchase.
The phone really is basic and seems to be designed for users who are more interested in style than functionality.
What the Modu 1 lacks in functions, it makes up for in the nostalgia department. The phone reminds us of the summer of 1999, when the Nokia 3210 was the pinnacle of innovation.
A full review will be posted on V3.co.uk soon
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