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'Improved web browser'
'The design is quite attractive, too, especially the wave shape used on the keypad, and ergonomically the handset feels very comfortable to hold.'
'best and most efficient messaging device'
'full turn-by-turn navigation'
'Bluetooth for handsfree is obviously present, and we had little trouble with conference calling.'
'few nifty features'
'the audio was loud and clear, though on some calls, voices sounded slightly garbled.'
'The phone doesn't feel solid.'
'The result is a good-looking phone that feels solid in your hand.'
'sophisticated smart phone'
'The main screens are clear and intuitive to use with brief text descriptions appearing when you select a specific icon.'
'Though BlackBerry devices have packed in phones for years, holding them up to your head has always felt and looked awkward.'
'It's often difficult to find the sweet spot for both the earpiece and microphone.'
'It's slender and slab-like, comfortable in the hand, with the usual full QWERTY keyboard and a bright 160-by-240 color screen that looks especially good in sunlight.'
'Slow Web browsing.'
'The bad: There's no 3G support'
'The RIM BlackBerry 8820 will be available in Europe in the coming weeks, and is scheduled for launch with AT&T in North America later this summer.'
'Wi-Fi has limited applications'
'Adapters are available, but also inconvenient and easy to lose.'
'The phone was able to take a 4GB Kingston microSD card to hold music and video, and it comes with Roxio software that automatically transcodes your videos into a format that works on the phone.'
'A few dropped calls when switching between Wi-Fi and GSM'
'For those who are technically minded, UMA works only with GSM and it's technically not VoIP as are SIP services.'
'I had little faith in its directions'
'The Curve 8310 doesn't offer Wi-Fi or 3G support.'
'new desktop media manager software'
'built in GPS satellite navigation capability.'
'the BlackBerry Pearl is a great messaging phone,'
'The BlackBerry Pearl 8130 (aka the Pearl 2) is the second version of the popular phone that fits a modified QWERTY keyboard into a standard candy-bar design.'
'video quality was subpar, as our recorded clips looked dim and jerky.'
'exclusive silver color scheme'
'consumer-friendly and compact'
'Since the BlackBerry e-mail system is optimized for slower networks, the fast EV-DO network doesn't shine quite as brightly when you're using the BlackBerry as a handheld.'
'Unfortunately, Bluetooth dial-up networking isn't supported.'
'Unfortunately, this standard cell phone also has some major flaws, especially when it comes to making calls.'
'Downside: Unfortunately, not all needed improvements from the 7750 were addressed.'
'the BlackBerry 7250 includes a built-in phone and a QWERTY thumb keyboard.'
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