Good display, Adequate performance
Handy Quick Key, MicroSD support
Camera shutter can be voice activated
Cheap, plastic build, Weak camera
Nice big screen, a large battery
Good price, Fast performance, World phone
Abysmal battery life, Runs older Android OS
'Laggy behaviour at times.'
'Easy to use media player.'
'Haptic feedback can't be turned off.'
'Battery life is poor lasting only one day when using it just as a phone.'
'Expand full review Summary: It is overall, a great phones cos it has no bugs of Symbian which Nokia has suffered enough for themselves. '
'The overall feel of the handset is odd.'
'The Satio is a smartphone that is neither smart, or really a phone.'
'Though it uses resistive touchscreen technology the phone is extremely responsive. '
'Curves make it difficult to grasp.'
'Inexpensive. 3G Support.'
'good sound quality'
Phone runs on a slow processor
Big and heavy, Poor battery life
Feels like a brick, Very outdated software
Single touch capacitive touchscreen
Nice touch-screen smartphone
'The photo quality is poor as well.'
'Out-dated OS is not intuitive.'
'good connectivity support'
'The music quality is great and without headphones the speaker is excellent on the 9300.'
'Filled with time-zone indicators, social networking services, and other items, the program list is overwhelming and terribly crowded - especially on such a small screen. '
'On the whole it is a good green set with almost all the latest features. '
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