'Great Design, Smooth UI, Dual SIM functionality'
'Feels sturdy and durable'
'Less weight and is handy.'
'deep, rich, vibrant images'
'Slim attractive design'
'Thin, tall and narrow chassis makes it more comfortable to use than other big-screen Androids'
'Great user interface customisations'
'Navigation of the W810 menus is pleasantly intuitive, like most recent Sony Ericsson phones.'
'dedicated music controls'
'Switching between the cell phone and the music player is seamless, as music automatically stops when you receive a call.'
'Internal performance is sluggish.'
'Resistive screen .'
'It doesn't support multiple windows/tabs and the overall browsing experience isn't as fun and efficient as we have seen on phones like the Samsung Galaxy S and the Apple iPhone 3GS owing to the flawed touch UI. '
'We say things can look fine, because generally it doesn't.'
'The slight curve makes it comfortable to hold the phone when typing messages, and it also props the screen at a nice angle for better viewing.'
'Speakerphone transmissions sounded muddy.'
'Slick Windows Mobile overlay.'