The Phoenix has a completely average set of features for a low end Android device. The good news is, apart from the camera, the phone does not shortchange you.
Let us start off with connectivity. The phone is perfectly capable of roaming in any GSM country with support for all the following formats; 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 for 2G, and 3G is handled via 850, 1900 and 2100. Local connectivity offers no surprises but is nonetheless completely adequate with Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi b/n/g and of course USB 2.0.
Now for the phone's engine, which is a 600 MHz ARM 11 processor. It's as zippy and lively as any 800 MHz processor I have ever seen. The graphics chip is the Adreno 200 GPU, which means you can play 3D games on the Phoenix, but don't expect them to run smoothly. To top off everything we have the Qualcomm MSM7227 chipset, internal memory is 160 MB, the RAM is a spacious 1 GB and the phone comes full circle with 512 ROM, you can add a 32 GB microSD card without a problem.
Now for the phone's downfall -- its camera. The 3.2 MP auto-focus snapper produces washed out looking pictures, with absolutely no accurate detail on distant objects and has a permanent, but light, shade of white, which makes the washed out pictures look worse. This is not the worst 3.2 MP camera I've seen, but it isn't the best either. Overall do not try and use the Phoenix as your primary snapper. Also the auto-focus seems to be a bit off, it focuses on a scene very slowly, and softens detail on close up shots.
The camcorder does not fare any better. You get pixelated and noise speckled results from the measly 17 FPS frame rate VGA videos, even if they are shot in 640 x 480 resolution.
Music is very well catered for, you've got the standard Android player, which gives no cause to complain for the average music enthusiast. Audio quality maintains itself very well, no crackles or distortions, even when the volume is turned to its loudest setting. There is also support for a wide range of audio formats, among them are MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA, WAV and AMR.
The video player can play videos at the maximum resolution of 800 x 480. Videos play smoothly with any audio hiccups, and there is support for MP4 (H.263 and H.264), WMV and 3GP videos, unfortunately videos look washed out and lacking in color.
The phone has a pretty average accelerometer, the proximity sensor is accurate, and the GPS takes about 5 minutes to find your location from a cold start. The FM radio player is also stock Android, though sound is a bit better than average.