'Numeric pad makes typing out messages awkward'
'Obscure menu system'
'Easy to use'
'Lousy camera, Proprietary closed operating system'
'Full QWERTY keyboard'
'Voice calls sounded clear, loud, and punchy in both directions, with no background hiss.'
'A reliable and reasonably priced handset'
'Good call quality; loud earpiece; full QWERTY keyboard'
'Functional feature set'
'Rugged, long lasting, and perfect for people who don't do more than text and talk'
'Attractive design, functional features, and good call quality.'
'Very good voice phone'
'Minimalist design and features'
'convenient music experience'
'the phone was easy to open and close with one hand.'
'rich music experience'
'excellent controls and keypad'
'The keys are large enough for big stubby fingers and are to easy find without looking at the keypad.'
'Excellent controls and keypad.'
'The Tundra's HSDPA connection remained pretty strong for downloads and Web browsing.'
'Excellent sound quality and volume. 3G worldphone connectivity.'
'This cell phone is perfect for people who want a no frills, sturdy cell phone that can do the job without all of the fuss and delicacy of some more complex phones available on the market today.'
'Well-crafted design with easy-to-use controls'
'Great Phone/Older drawbacks'
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