'call quality was decent.'
'The candybar smartphone features a built-in GPS receiver, with support for the AT&T Navigator GPS system.'
'overall call quality was good.'
'few nifty features'
'Sound quality is OK, but push it too loud and it soon starts to distort.'
'Battery life is good.'
'The calendar feature on the 9300 is excellent.'
'The quadband 8700g also comes with an Intel processor, EDGE speeds, Bluetooth 2.0, a speakerphone,'
'the large screen and the full keyboard'
'bright, 65k-color screen'
'134g RIM BlackBerry 8700g Strong email and browser features'
'we tested in the phone in New York City and had no trouble chatting with our buddies.'
'two user-programmable soft keys'
'impressive device for e-mail and works well as a cell phone'
'entering text on the keyboard is quite comfortable and speedy'
'a handy LED that flashes red when you've got unread e-mail and green otherwise.'
'a messaging centric device uniquely suited for enterprise environments.'
'the RIM BlackBerry 8800 brings the sexier look and versatility of the Pearl to a full QWERTY device.'
'highlighting and copying text from an email message is far easier on the 8800 than any other non-touchscreen device I have ever used.'
'The main screens are clear and intuitive to use with brief text descriptions appearing when you select a specific icon.'
'The result is a good-looking phone that feels solid in your hand.'
'The 8800 includes a true internal GPS receiver, suitable for navigation and all sorts of location-based services.'
'full Qwerty keyboard'
'sophisticated smart phone'
'incredible new features'
'The keyboard on the 7290 is easy to use.'
'Bluetooth support in the 7290 is new to this
phone like 71xx series.'
'very good voice and connection quality—clear'
'plenty of partisans who love their easy-to-set-up push e-mail and extra-long battery life, not to mention the proliferation of third-party applications that make them a bit more flexible'
'reasonable noise reduction'
'The revamped SurePress touch screen allows for more precision, key rollover, and limited multitouch capabilities.'
'Thanks amazing phone'
'much more accurate RIM BlackBerry Storm2 9550 360 Degrees View'
'Definitely a more attractive phone than the first Storm. '
'very crisp screen ideal'
'The device is still a touch skinnier, thinner, and arguably better looking than the BlackBerry Bold, and sports a sleek overall design.
'call quality was very good.'
'The concept of the phone is very preciously carried out and it definitely feels pleasant in the hand.'
'Audio quality on either end of the call was decent, though we were told we sounded quiet or distant a few times, while the speakerphone was loud though not always entirely clear to either party.'
'Additionally, the phone itself feels more solid (although this is subjective), making the phone feel more in concert with the extremely well-built HTC HD2.'
'SureType keyboard is still dismal'
'Slow 3G speeds, Bulky'
'the screen is brighter, works better in sunlight, and shows a wider range of colors.'
'new scratch-resistant, easy-to-read high-resolution color screen'
'7105t features minor but useful enhancements'
'This phone has held sacred what loyal BlackBerry customer love -- good email service and business productivity devices.'
'Packing a full QWERTY keypad into just 20 keys, RIM was able to design the 7105t into a smaller device.'
'the BlackBerry 7290 is fairly priced for a smart phone.'
'With its Bluetooth headset support, the BlackBerry 7290 becomes much more viable as a combination PDA/phone'
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