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This being a handset on 3 Mobile, it supports 3G. But don't for a moment let that fool you into thinking this is a good phone if you're a mobile web fan. It isn't.
We've already noted that the screen measures 2.4 inches and delivers 320 x 240 pixels. That ought to be enough to put most sane people off using the web.
But just in case you still think this is a viable browsing handset, take a look at what happened on one occasion when we tried to visit the TechRadar homepage (below).
This warning refused to go away despite repeated taps of the OK button, so in the end we had to power down and start again. Now, given that you don't know beforehand which web pages will be too much for the ZTE F930 to handle, that could get mighty irritating.
But it gets more interesting. On some occasions the TechRadar home page loaded without any trouble at all. So browsing bigger pages could be a bit hit and miss.
We did manage to get a few sites to load every time, with most success coming from sites designed for mobiles.
At least ZTE has tried to make the browser user-friendly. There are tabs along the top of the screen so you can have multiple pages opened at once, and there's a little menu you can open by tapping an icon on the bottom right of a page that offers options such as zooming and viewing a window fullscreen.
Fullscreen viewing means you can see a little more content, and zooming helps too, but the whole thing is far from ideal.
Twitter, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and Bebo fans are all treated to shortcuts, but there's no live streaming of information straight into your phone. This isn't a smartphone, remember.
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