For those who still care for Sidekicks or Hiptops. Mobilicity now carries the device renamed as Mobiflip. You’ll get the exact same features as what the T-Mobile Sidekick LX 2009 had but the software has been modified a bit. First off, there’s no T-Mobile branding on the phone or in the device as expected, but also they are now using Opera Mini as a browser. Price of the phone? Only $99.00 without a contract. Throw in the $45.00 unlimited everything plan and you’ll have unlimited data and calling.
Check out the video below to see a quick tour of the phone.
Going with Opera Mini as the default browser is an interesting choice. I’ve run into several smartphone users who choose to add and use that browser over their phone’s default. I wonder if that will be a deciding factor for some. The price of the phone is definitely low enough to attract some attention.
can i watch youtube videos on the browser?
what are the things you can and cant do on this phone?