The G5 is a GPRS enabled handset that supports the WAP standard as well. There’s no support for email but you can send and receive MMS and access the internet via the native browser. Quick access links are provided to Facebook, Yahoo! and Twitter and apps for MSN messenger and eBuddy are available for social networking. You can also sync your handset with online sites that you may use to back up your data like contacts etc. Bluetooth for file transfer, AVRCP and A2DP functionality is also provided and of course USB connectivity to use the handset as a Com Port. The handset can also be used as Webcam when connected via USB.
Plenty of social networking
Average for it's segment
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