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'No smart dialler'
'The front looks great thanks to the single piece of glass that fills it and gives it a neat, uncluttered look. '
'cramped software keyboard'
'Our attempts to scratch the display left it unscathed.'
'cramped onscreen keyboard'
'All in all, this is a good phone for capturing your memories.
'It's functional, responsive, and even has subtle haptic feedback when inputting characters.'
'Other features include a built-in accelerometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a digital compass and a GPS receiver. '
'The LG Optimus GT540 is fairly small for the hand, weighing in at 109 x 54.4 x 12.9mm, and it shouldn't be a challenge to reach all the way across the 3.2-inch screen one-handed.'
'striking curved design'
'It feels fine in the hand, and due to the phone's weight and solidness, doesn't feel cheap.'
'Poor touchscreen sensitivity.'
'However, it feels solid and well put together, and has a certain charm.'
'Typing on the Xperia X8 is far from great, because the screen failed to register our touch inputs.'
'Like the X10 mini and the X10 mini pro, you get corner shortcuts which can be customised, meaning quick and easy access to your essential applications. '
'The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps. .'
'some may find the screen a bit too small, and the phone doesn't have the fastest processor.'
'It was easy to navigate around, but it was definitely much more sluggish than simply using Android 2.1.'
'low display resolution'
'Large selection of free apps from the Android market'
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