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'Landscape screen can feel cramped.'
'Viewing angles are adequate, and the quality of the screen itself is fine.'
'Dedicated Facebook button.'
'cramped onscreen keyboard'
'All in all, this is a good phone for capturing your memories.
'It's functional, responsive, and even has subtle haptic feedback when inputting characters.'
'Other features include a built-in accelerometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a digital compass and a GPS receiver. '
'Picture quality was OK.'
'With the keys open, you can jump right into various messaging functions (IM, SMS and e-mail), the music and Cellular Video player apps, the connections manager or the Web browser.'
'which makes the phone feel slightly uncomfortable in a tight pocket.'
'Overall it's incredibly intuitive, making the sometimes headache-inducing Windows Mobile a breeze to navigate.'
'very unique phone'
'RF reception was decent.'
'most responsive phone'
'The phone feels good in the hand, and it sounded great when I tested it.'
'It's sharp and vibrant and features a built-in accelerometer and proximity sensor.'
'best full-QWERTY phone'
'good mobile multimedia companion'
'The screen size is slightly disappointing with only a viewing area of 3.6 inches, whereas many phones now have a touchscreen at least 4 inches in size.'
'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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