'Easy to use core features'
'Good battery life'
'Comes loaded with all the connections you'd expect from an Android phone'
'very expensive when compared with similar handsets'
'Responsive platform experience'
'Excellent QWERTY keyboard'
'Finally some top-end specs. Has BlackBerry ripened with age?'
'The smartphone offers double the flash memory and a higher-megapixel camera than the Bold 9700.'
'Poor Exchange support for consumers.'
'We've got the Social Feeds view, a new WebKit-based internet browser, Universal Search, a richer media experience and lots more besides.'
'A small patch of faux leather adorns the back providing a nice soft, tactile feel.'
'We were able to pair the smartphone with the Logitech Mobile Traveller Bluetooth headset and the Motorola S9 Bluetooth Active Headphones .'
'Ringtones are loud enough, but the vibrating alert is a bit too subtle.'
'more attractive phones'
'The photo quality is poor as well.'
'Out-dated OS is not intuitive.'
'good connectivity support'
'The music quality is great and without headphones the speaker is excellent on the 9300.'
'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.'
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