'4G LTE capability & a zippy dual-core processor'
'Excellent battery life'
'Good HD video capture'
'Rugged IP67 certification'
'Compact and robust smartphone'
'Takes good photos for its class'
'Terrible video recording'
'Good build quality'
'Pretty, solid design'
'Powerful hi-end smartphone'
'Excellent voice quality. Dual-core speed. HDMI output.'
'High end specs and performance at a low price, enjoyable 3D.'
'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.'
'A Bit Sluggish.'
'NOVA display for improved readability'
'full quad-band world phone'
'At the top there's a 3.5mm headphone jack (at last!)'
'This is a comfy phone for the hand and pocket.'
'The top half of the slide seemed loose when we opened the phone.'
'Good construction & durability'
'Exceptional battery life'
'Slow to unlock.'
'generous 1,000-entry phone book'
'The buttons are close and smooth, so don't feel quite roomy enough for the heavier-fingered user.'
'the phone didn't seem sluggish in applying our location data to pics.'
'The phone's various features are reasonably easy to locate in the menu system.'
'The interface is simple and it offers album art, but it's not particularly flashy.'
'the onboard music software is capable of delivering excellent quality audio.'
'pictures on the Nokia 5800 were horrible.'
'the volume of these speakers is amazingly loud.'
'no built-in camera'
'the XP3 is light on modern phone features beyond the basic PIM functionality.'
'Lack of 3G.'
'mediocre sound and apps'
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