I went on a phone-buying spree and got three. One of them was a N2, and I had long been hunting a N1, so I got the N2.
Very nice little (and I do mean little, it's TINY!) phone, ZForce works very well, and after a short learning curve, I find Neno to be a very intuitive interface, and I like it, a lot. The touch screen is small, but superb, VERY responsive as well.
It is also a competent music player, but I had to use the headset adaptor for the proprietary port. It needs further testing, but the N2 doesn't play nice with my stereo Bluetooth earphones.
Reception was superb, I am in a flat that nearly killed CDMA signal on my now former BlackBerry 8830. I no longer have to run to a window to hold a conversation. Sound quality was also very good, but one quirk is that the earpiece is on the back of the phone, so basically the phone is held backwards when being used as a phone.
It uses miniSD, and I can't use my 8GB microSD because that is the first of my phones to use miniSD and not microSD. Oh well.
The N2 is definitively an interesting specimen, and importation fees included, it costed $150, unlocked right out of the box. No HSPA, but this is irrelevant, I doubt GSM will be killed anytime soon.
Tracfone W175g is IMPOSSIBLE to flash. If you don't want to use it with Trac, it's WORTHLESS. Stop PM'ing me!