A Holla to Helio's Hip Little Phone
The Good: A slickly designed phone that offers a wide array of nifty features like voice search
The Bad: Battery doesn't last long when using power-thirsty applications like video and music; no multitasking capability
The Bottom Line: A cool phone you'll be showing off to your buddies
I just test-drove my first cell phone from Helio, a tiny wireless provider targeting the in-crowd, and I must admit it was a cool ride. Helio, which has fewer than 200,000 customers, prides itself on offering the hippest gadgets and services around. The latest addition to this lineup is Mysto, a new Samsung slider handset jam-packed with capabilities that had me showing it off to friends.
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