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Introduced in late November 2006, the Motofone F3 is a basic and inexpensive cellphone targeted primarily at the low-end market

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Pros

monochrome e-paper screen has great outdoor viewability

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aesthetically appealing

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minimalist in all aspects

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affordable price - disposable

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extremely thin

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Cons

screen is limited to two lines of text or numbers - no colour, images etc...

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battery life isn't great compared to current day phones

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extremely simple - no secondary features whatsoever

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Introduced in late November 2006, the Motofone F3 is a basic and inexpensive cellphone targeted primarily at the low-end market and developing countries. Featuring a minimalistic electronic paper screen, the F3 is extremely thin, a great battery life and good outdoor viewability compared to most other LCD based phones. In other ways this technology is limiting, however, with no images, colour, and only having the complexity to display two lines of blocky text. Currently the device retails for $25-40.

Features
  • Display: monochrome e-paper, alphanumeric, 2 x 6 chars, 2.2" (34 x 43 mm)
  • Ringtones: Polyphonic
  • Memory: SIM only, no card slot
  • Battery life: up to 300h standby, 4h 30m talk ti
  • Dimensions & Weight: 114 x 47 x 9 mm, 70g
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