'very expensive when compared with similar handsets'
'Responsive platform experience'
'Excellent QWERTY keyboard'
'Finally some top-end specs. Has BlackBerry ripened with age?'
'Camera quality was rather subpar.'
'The HTC Wildfire is one of HTC's latest Android smartphones that is aimed at the social networker who wants an affordable handset.'
'Sense 2.1 is user friendly'
'Bright, colorful screen'
'Sturdy QWERTY slider and a comfortable body'
'Performance is incredibly fast'
'Pricey for a mid-range device'
'Impressive data speeds and good call quality'
'Great display, solid browser, blazing data speeds'
'Great battery life'
'Speaker is weak.'
'Windows Phone 7 looks great on the screen'
'big, good-looking phone'
'HTC Hub doesn't offer a lot.'
'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.'
'The display on the Charm is not as vibrant as most other Android phones.'
'Many Android Market apps are unavailable.'
'low-grade photos and videos'
'The speakerphone provided clear, but soft, outbound audio and reasonable inbound audio.'
'No USB cable.'
'small, fiddly buttons'
'poor web browsing capabilities'
'This high resolution screen produces vibrant and brilliant colors that are not always seen in a Sony device.'
'4.0 inch super AMOLED display screen'
'comparatively slow GPRS data connection'
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