'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'
'Comfortable slide-out QWERTY keyboard'
'Extremely expensive, Poor quality display'
'Passable, Sadly that's probably the best one can hope for'
'The 2in, 262K colour screen is bright and clear, and does a relatively good job of displaying graphics.'
'the menu is straightforward and the casing is attractive both to hold and behold.'
'Low-quality camera module'
'Lacklustre call performance.'
'As a result we could never really find a sweet spot where readability was acceptable. '
'terrible viewing angles'
'Its latest is the X3 Touch and Type mobile phone, curiously combining a basic touchscreen with a regular numeric keypad; to surprisingly good effect. '
'The LG Optimus M can't play Flash video in the browser.'
'Well-balanced feature set.'
'The Good: Speedy processor performance; Stylish design; LG custom UI adds nice visual touches to stock Android. '
'generous 1,000-entry phone book'
'The standard-size 3.5mm headphone jack was welcome.'
'expandable microSD card slot'
'The screen is reflective, which is a minor drawback, but placing the brightness to the maximum setting will make it usable in direct sunlight.'
'Good flip phone'
'full QWERTY keyboard'
'bright, 65k-color screen'
'134g RIM BlackBerry 8700g Strong email and browser features'
'bright, 2.5-inch QVGA display'
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