'Numeric pad makes typing out messages awkward'
'Obscure menu system'
'Easy to use'
'Lousy camera, Proprietary closed operating system'
'Well-crafted design with easy-to-use controls'
'Great Phone/Older drawbacks'
'easy wireless handsfree calling and file transfer'
'difficult to sync with a corporate Exchange server.'
'handle SMS and email pretty well.'
'you can have only one in-box set up at a time'
'slightly oversized directional keypad shortcut navigation'
'picture color effects, brightness adjustments, and white-balance controls are absent.'
'The Motorola i880 is compatible with WiDEN for high-speed data transfer, and features speakerphone functionality and an auto-opening hinge mechanism.'
'Integrated Digital Enhanced Network handset wireless phone'
'it's got pretty..." '
'new standby screen'
'great first phone'
'The Motorola V235 is sleek little flip phone decked out in silver and black.'
'a reliable first phone'
'standard Motorola flip phone'
'smart mobile choice'
'a good phone'
'Design wise, the Motorola i580 is classic iDEN, with a distinct toughness all round.'
'the phone was okay.'
'Very nice phone'
'most Nextel flip phones'
'new multi-function mobile communications device that offers a wide range of productivity-enhancing solutions for business users at an affordable price'
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