'excellent capacitive touchscreen'
' The Nokia X6 is a good-looking mobile phone with a capacitive touchscreen. '
'The phone sports an accelerometer for automatically switching from landscape to portrait when you rotate the phone and there is also a built-in speaker for listening to music or speakerphone. '
'clunky user interface'
'superb, polished phone'
'really cool phone'
'most impressively specced phones'
'the phone can be sluggish.'
'The QWERTY keyboard is released by pushing the screen up in landscape mode up on a hinge, although this is pretty stiff and not easy to do with one hand.'
'arguably archaic keyboard'
'the overall user experience offered by Nokia E7 is ultimately frustrating.'
'the phone felt great.'
'This is significantly more noticeable when opening the phone, and detracts from the phone's premium quality feel.'
'gold color schemes'
'Nokia phones may be solid when it comes to features, but they aren't very fun to navigate and use.'
'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. '
'nice little phone'
'great starter smartphone'
'rather disappointing 2-megapixel camera'
'MicroUSB jack isn't for charging.'
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