There is no Wi-Fi or GPS built into this handset and only 150MB of built in memory. However the specifications say the ZTE F930 will recognise microSD cards up to 8GB but we tried a 16GB card and the handset was quite happy to read data from it too
There's a fair range of additional software over and above what we've already mentioned. For example there is a calendar which supports appointments, memos and anniversaries, and a notes application to make jottings to yourself, if you can bear to use that small keyboard.
And a lot of the little extras we like to see on mobiles are also here. A stopwatch and timer, for example, and a voice recorder, as well as a calculator and unit converter.
The 1000mAh battery should keep the ZTE F930 going for 220 hours on standby and deliver 210 hours of talk time. After a full day of reasonable thrashing around, it had lost about a quarter of its power and we managed to get through three days between charges if we weren't too heavy on the 3G or music playback - which many people won't be.