||The manufacturer of the Mobile Phone
||Whether or not the Mobile Phone comes with a calendar onto which the owner can log events, appointments etc.
||A small camera fitted into the Mobile Phone.
||The size of the three dimensions of the Mobile Phone in mm.
||The type of band and frequency on which the Mobile Phone operates, whether Tri Band (ideal for those travelling to the USA), Dual Band or Quad Band.
||The games which are included on the Mobile Phone.
||Whether or not the Mobile Phone possesses a modem to allow connection to a laptop PC and the internet.
||Whether or not the Mobile Phone possesses infrared, enabling the user to connect to a local computer and the internet.
||Whether photos count as PDAs according to their organisational functionality.
||The individual model name and number of the Mobile Phone
||The upper limit to the amount of names and numbers the Mobile Phone can store.
||A function which foresees and completes the word you want to insert into a text message using only a couple of initial characters. Designed to accelerate the texting process.
||Allows you to create your own ringtone or install an existing ditty to your mobile.
||The amount of ringtones presently lodged on this mobile phone's SIM card.
||Specific Absorption Rate - gauges the volume of radiation which is attracted to the head of the mobile phone while its user is conversing. Obviously lower is better.
||Measures the amount of pixels (small digital dots which when amalgamted on screen constitute an image) a mobile TV's display can accomodate. The more pixels the screen can afford equates to greater resolution and thus a sharper image.
||Which type of display this mobile phone possesses, either mono or colour.
||Flashes up crucial information, even when the mobile phone is on standby.
||O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone
||The company which manages the bills and infrastructure of their mobile phone.
||The length of time over which the mobile phone will stay active when not being used to send or receive calls.
||The highest possible time over which you can use your handset before recharging is required.
||Whether or not the Mobile Phone will vibrate when a call comes in.
||Whether or not the Mobile Phone is equipped with Wireless access protocol, a portal to a plethora of sites and downloaded information (slthough criticised as slow by users around the world).
||The version of WAP with which the Mobile Phone is compatible.
||The total weight of the Mobile Phone, measured in grams (100g=0.22lb)