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'full QWERTY keyboard'
'bright, 65k-color screen'
'134g RIM BlackBerry 8700g Strong email and browser features'
'bright, 2.5-inch QVGA display'
'the phone worked nice inside.'
'The phone's hinge is very sturdy, which I like.'
'mediocre photo quality'
'The bad: There's no 3G support'
'The RIM BlackBerry 8820 will be available in Europe in the coming weeks, and is scheduled for launch with AT&T in North America later this summer.'
'Wi-Fi has limited applications'
'Adapters are available, but also inconvenient and easy to lose.'
'QVGA resolution which is now not enough for a high-end phone.'
'the new tilting display does, perhaps, make it easier to read data from the screen while the unit sits on a desk, and certainly should help when it comes to watching videos on the device.'
'The keyboard has white backlighting, which looks somewhat uneven.'
'This is attractive and comfortable to hold, but there is concern that it will discolor, or worse, degenerate from heat or over time.'
'I had little faith in its directions'
'The Curve 8310 doesn't offer Wi-Fi or 3G support.'
'new desktop media manager software'
'built in GPS satellite navigation capability.'
'The phone has a 2.4-inch TFT display capable of showing 65K colors at 320 x 240 resolution, just like the new iPod classic.'
'poor battery life'
'newly designed QWERTY Keypad'
'This is both good and bad.'
'the SGH-i607 BlackJack is the latest, and arguably greatest, Windows Mobile Smartphone device that Cingular has offered.'
'This phone runs the Windows Mobile 5 for Smartphones operating system and is 3G capable.'
'It is a quad band world phone, a dual band domestic phone and is 3G enabled.'
'the buttons are rather slippery, and we really struggled with the toggle switch.'
'the headphone jack doesn't accept standard headphones.'
'There are several hardware buttons on
the device that are quite useful, and they have no squeaks or play.'
'Bluetooth gives you the option of hands-free communication too. i-Mate has done well to pack so much into the design.'
'simply the best smart phone'
'the phone is so bulky and uncomfortable to hold you'
'meager integrated memory'
'PalmOne added a world phone with better battery life'
'The lags might frustrate heavy business e-mail users'
'low 160x160 pixel resolution'
'massive price tag'
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