This phone is an entry level that was first unveiled at MWC last February and will be available later this summer in France. The major difference between this phone and some other entry level phone like the HTC Wildfire is the form factor – it is a portrait slide-up with a small qwerty keyboard.
Overall, the specifications are nothing special – it will have Android 2.1 so that is not a bad start for new comers to Android. The major weakness is its screen, a resistive 2.8 inches screen with a small resolution of 240×320. This Low Density screen will not be great to browse the web but it will also limit the number of application available to the device, otherwise, it has everything you can expect from in an Android device: Bluetooth, WIFI, 3G, MicroSD, MicroUSB, 3.5mm for headphones and handsfree kit, GPS with compass, accelerometer, 2 Megapixels camera and a 600Mhz processor.