O2 Cocoon Review: Music Can Be CoolBy cheatmaster 05:18 Sun, 08 Aug 2021 Comments
O2 Cocoon is a captivating music-centered device manufactured exclusively for the O2 carrier. Although it's a last year edition, it sports all the sweet features you would expect in a contemporary handset - 3G and HSDPA support, large QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) TFT display, a 2 megapixel snapper and 2GB of internal memory - not to mention the turn-head design.
- Quad-band Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) support
- 2.28" 262K-color TFT display of QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution
- Hidden external Light Emitting Diode (LED) display
- 3G and HSDPA support with video calls
- 2 megapixel auto focus capturing camera with Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash
- 2GB of integrated memory
- microSD memory card slot
- Frequency Modulation (FM) radio with RDS
- Universal Serial Bus (USB) port (Universal Serial Bus (USB) drive mode supported)
- Stereo Bluetooth
- Stereo speakers
- Dedicated music keys
- Original design and brecent choice of color
- Rich accessories pack
- Great web browser
- Nice music player
- Sizably thick at 21mm
- External Light Emitting Diode (LED) display turns off too quickly
- Short battery life
- Poor file manager
The O2 Cocoon is designed by the Syntes Studio, and manufactured by Pantech exclusively for O2. The user interface isn't just a spin-off but a recent creation modeled in close cooperation with the O2 development team themselves.
With prices ranging between 0 and 199 GBP with different O2 plans, the O2 Cocoon can meet a variety of user needs.
The O2 Cocoon is impressive enough to grab attention. Add the audacious white exterior and you acquire yourself a handset that stands out in the crowd.
The O2 Cocoon at GSMArena.com
The shell-like Cocoon certainly sounds and looks sweet, but we are yet to see about that as this review rolls. We've even spiced it up with some live action videos. So waste no more time and hit the jump to continue.
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