'Good HD video capture'
'Rugged IP67 certification'
'Compact and robust smartphone'
'Not cheap enough, better smartphones now available at same price'
'Full Touch user interface is the best yet on a Series 40 handset'
'Annoying interface, Small and fuzzy screen'
'Perfect phone on budget'
'Takes good photos for its class'
'Terrible video recording'
'Good build quality'
'Pretty, solid design'
'Slick HDMI mirroring.'
'Superb build quality.'
'commendable build quality'
'The only major downside of the smartphone, and one that plagues all BlackBerry devices, unfortunately, is the Web browser.'
'The main menu of applications looks sharp, and each icon glows a bit as you hover over it. '
'Excellent High Quality Display.'
'Super thin, feather-light - but can it rival the new dual-core brigade'
'Menus open slightly slower than expected, apps launch after a pause and the touch input is short of being perfect.'
'Easy to use media player.'
'Haptic feedback can't be turned off.'
'Laggy behaviour at times.'
'Battery life is poor lasting only one day when using it just as a phone.'
'Ovi maps can be is very handy.'
'the E5 is significantly cheaper and still looks reasonably stylish.'
'In short, this phone feels solid.'
'Nonetheless, if you require a smartphone for both professional and personal use (and don't mind a small screen), the Nokia E5 is an enticing proposition. '
'phone cheap helpful and easy'
'social networking features'
'crisp and bright screen'
'32 GB expandable memory support'
'low resolution display'
'The touchscreen is responsive – flicking through the menu and launching apps wasn’t sluggish at all.'
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