Amy is a new free download which includes advanced messaging features and Voicemail. When your friend calls you while you're away from the computer, your friend can leave a voicemail with Amy to remind you of family dinner at six o'clock in the afternoon. If you want to give your wife a five-minute one-hour notice on how you're planning dinner for your second anniversary tonight, you could schedule a Delayed message for five: 00 pm tomorrow night. If you're wondering what time your daughter should be home from school, Amy's can send you a text message or call you at that time. If you're expecting a package, your wife could send you a text message or call you at six o'clock in the afternoon to let you know the address so you can go pick it up.
With Windows Mobile 4.5, the new "floating" keyboards in Windows Mobile users can take advantage of multi-touch features without having to rely on the traditional trackball or stylus. For example, if you're composing an email and need to type out a couple of sentences, but are afraid to use the trackball, just tap the "back" button instead. The touch of that button will dismiss any other windows that are open on your screen, including the email application. If your Windows Mobile phone has an optical mouse, the "floating" keyboard can be disabled by pressing and holding onto the home key on your keyboard until the mouse pointer moves down and the screen below it becomes active.
Microsoft has improved upon the basic function of the touch-screen by implementing a great many additional features. However, if you'd prefer to use your hands to operate the phone, the built-in speakerphone performs just as well as any other high-priced corded phone accessory. In addition to the built-in speaker, there is a built-in microphone as well. The battery life on the Amy review was average at best, but it should be noted that if you plan to use the speakerphone regularly, this feature could definitely make a difference in its functionality and life span.