'Text can be pretty minute and images look quite pixelated, with dull color.'
'the touchscreen remains responsive for general use, the resistive design means you often have to press more firmly to make a selection.'
'The hardware specs are comprehensive however.'
'UI can be a bit sluggish at times. '
'The 3.2-inch capacitive screen is bright, vivid and viewable under pretty much any lighting condition.'
'Thanks to the phone's small size, its power button is far easier to reach than the HTC Desire's. '
'The software problems we experienced might be ironed out, but we're still not keen on how easy it is to dial someone by mistake and the screen size doesn't really let HTC Sense fly.'
'the new tilting display does, perhaps, make it easier to read data from the screen while the unit sits on a desk, and certainly should help when it comes to watching videos on the device.'
'QVGA resolution which is now not enough for a high-end phone.'
'The keyboard has white backlighting, which looks somewhat uneven.'
'This is attractive and comfortable to hold, but there is concern that it will discolor, or worse, degenerate from heat or over time.'
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