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'very sturdy phone'
'The Nokia E72 includes a full qwerty keyboard that is comfortable to type on.'
'Battery life is good however, offering an advantage over its touchscreen contemporaries by giving a couple of days between charges with average use.'
'it a very slim appearance'
'new features and performance'
'The phone's voice performance is superb; it feels fast; and it runs thousands of Symbian programs.'
'All are accessible from the main menu.'
'best looking slab QWERTY phone'
'Occasionally laggy and ageing OS.'
'In the box you get Nokia's rather funky new charger that has a pop up earth connector that when stowed makes it only half the height of a normal plug, which is very useful for travelling.'
'Those looking for a capable QWERTY smartphone without all the bells and whistles may want to consider the C6. '
'it's a bit awkward to hold and use as a phone since it has a wider body, like that of a PDA'
'Nokia has updated an already great handset from 3GSM in Barcelona today, announcing the new E61i.'
'added Wi-Fi support and slick redesign, it's a great choice for corporate mavens looking for lower-cost alternatives to the BlackBerry'
'Nokia E61i is equipped with the much simpler WAP browser called Services.'
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