Down Under likes the O2 XDA Stealth Java ME tech-enabled device

It's not the best and it's not the worst. It's kind of a eh/eh, wishy-washy little Java ME bugger, especially since it has Windows as its OS. Blech. But, it's got a cool look, with its Nokia N80/N9x-style slide-out keypad and its on-device answer machine. Who the heck has the patent on that slide-out doo-hickey, anyway?

See:

O2's fun little XDA Stealth in Australia

Here's a quote:

 On the plus side, we fell 
 in love with the built-in 
 answering machine. This 
 allows callers to leave 
 messages directly on the 
 phone rather than have 
 calls diverted to your 
 carrier's voicemail 
 system, where you pay to 
 listen to them.
After the beep, please leave your message... BEEP. This is Cingular, we want you to stop using the answering machine on your O2 XDA Stealth phone and only use our voicemail system. You've been warned! BEEP. No new messages.

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