'Sense user interface'
'Good battery life'
'Easy to use & Easy to customise'
'Cool pebble-like design'
'Affordable Android action'
'Gingerbread OS 3.0'
'Nice battery life'
'Good set of connectivity features'
'Great messaging device'
'Roomy QWERTY keyboard'
'Decent feature set'
'Poor audio quality'
'Full physical QWERTY keyboard'
'Excellent battery life while on standby'
'Good messaging device & Enjoyable Android experience'
'The Samsung Dart has a slim and compact design. It ships with Android 2.2'
'Stutter-free navigation in the menus'
'Good general performance'
'A affordable Google Android touchscreen handset'
'Low resolution screen, mediocre call quality'
'Call quality isn't that great'
'Decent choice at the price'
'Comfortable physical keys'
'Small, low-res screen'
'Very attractive price tag'
'Slim physique and smooth corners'
'Easy to use'
'Smartphone features at an affordable price'
'HVGA resolution display'
'Battery life was quite respectable for a smartphone with between one and two days between charges.'
'Runs the latest version of Android'
'Excellent audio quality'
'Best overall budget smartphone'
'The feature set is generous, the internal performance is fast, and call quality is satisfactory..'
'The back is rounded and feels comfy in your hand, plus it sports a matt finish that is relatively good at what itÂ´s supposed to do, i.e. prevent the phone from accidentally slip out of your hand.'
'Offers plenty of cool Android features'
'Aside from that, the Sony Ericsson X10 had a great music interface that supports MP3s, and offered the ability to assign custom sounds and tones for various notofications. '
'Despite its beefy processor, the X10 stuttered through a few menus. '
'the X10 will produce perfectly fine impromptu shots.'
'As youâ€™d expect from a phone with a 1GHz processor, the Xperia is a fast phone, even with pre-release firmware. '
'We spent about 20 minutes handling the Xperia X10 and were definitely impressed.'
'The bottom line: The HTC Aria is a solid, midrange Android smartphone, but it's a shame AT&T restricts it by blocking Android's capability to install third-party apps. '
'best entry level android phone'
'decent voice phone'
'The Aria is one of the most responsive smartphone on the market. '
'You get the excellent Leap feature, which displays a thumbnail view of all seven home screens when you pinch any of the screens. '
'We say the more customized menus the merrier, and that's exactly what Sense gives- 7 home screens over stock Android's 5. '
'The phone is made of plastic but it feels solid enough.'
'Other features include a built-in accelerometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a digital compass and a GPS receiver. '
'sleek beautiful phone'
'I've been using this GSM quadband phone (850/900/1800/1900) in New England, north of the Boston metro area, and calls have been good overall. '
'There is a headset in the box and this is rather reasonable price from the much more expensive prices Sony Ericsson used to command. '
'It feels fine in the hand, and due to the phone's weight and solidness, doesn't feel cheap.'
'Easy to use 3.5mm headphone jack'
'With characteristic innovation, the LG GT540 is the ideal smartphone for first-time smartphone users. '
'video functionality is basic but intuitive.'
'LG GT540 is innovative in its own terms.'
'Using the phone is fairly effortless even though the touchscreen is resistive. '
'Very Good Music Playback. '
'excellent multimedia player'
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