The G'Five G99 follows a new comfortable design which supports both touch and type inputs. Those who are more comfortable in typing rather than touching, will be satisfied with the G'Five G99 which also comes in a decent brown colour. The G99 packs a few good features as well and although the specifications are not high end, they are still pretty impressive. A neat 2.6 inch TFT display adds to the style of the G99. One other factor which really makes this mobile phone quite stylish is its flip cover. The flip cover actually contains the keypad which is detachable and also has space for an additional battery.
The G99 has a dual digital camera and is also a dual SIM smartphone. The G'Five G99s camera offers appreciable quality but lags slightly. Its software is in the Java platform. The G99 supports upto 4 GB memory and features stereo Bluetooth and FM radio. The Music and Video players in the handset is very good. The handset offers good sound with satisfying quality. The Media player supports multiple audio and video formats but not latest video formats like XVid, AVI, etc. Battery efficiency is okay with the G99s 800 mAh battery.
The G'Five G66i, on the other hand is a full touchscreen handset. It has a long 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen and has a bit cooler specifications than the G99. The G'Five G66i features WiFi and an Analog TV. It's also a dual SIM cell phone with dual standby options. The G'Five G66i has a much better battery efficiency compared to the G99. It equips a powerful 1500 mAh Li ion battery. The Dual cameras are awesome and the secondary camera facilitates video chat.
Stereo Bluetooth, FM Radio, 3.5 mm audio jack, decent loudspeaker and great media players make the G66i desirable.
Including 2 GB memory card, the G66i memory expandability limit is 4 GB. The G'Five G99 in India costs around Rs 2,800/- and the G66i has a price tag in India of Rs 4,000/- approximately.