'When all the widgets are active, the constant flow of information can be overwhelming and somewhat of a (forgive us) blur. '
'The entire device feels sturdy, and was able to stand up to a regular beating inside our pocket or bag. '
'It's easy to search your contacts quickly, you can just start typing from the main screen.'
'And its non-MOTOBLUR functions are equally well-designed. '
'Text can be pretty minute and images look quite pixelated, with dull color.'
'the touchscreen remains responsive for general use, the resistive design means you often have to press more firmly to make a selection.'
'The hardware specs are comprehensive however.'
'UI can be a bit sluggish at times. '
'the display was difficult to read under bright sunlight.'
'most attractive phone screens'
'The screen was sometimes difficult to see in bright environments.'
'solidly built slider phone full'
'Its screen is large enough to view without squinting, there are no annoying touch-sensitive keys to press and the keypad is usable.'
'Fully featured music player and radio'
'Navigation of the W810 menus is pleasantly intuitive, like most recent Sony Ericsson phones.'
'dedicated music controls'
'Switching between the cell phone and the music player is seamless, as music automatically stops when you receive a call.'
'Navigation is identical to the previous phone, the touchscreen gestures are intuitive and the Magic responds to these well.'
'Short on juice Battery life is acceptable but not outstanding, not least because the Magic is always chatting away with the internet to deliver and receive your emails.'
'in most instances touching the screen is easier.'
'Streaming video looked impressive though, or at least it did once we'd discovered the 'watch in high quality' button in the menu.'
'young and mobile'
'built-in camera, video and music playback'
'Bluetooth 2.0 should be sufficient for most needs.'
'Easy to use and set up mobile email.'
'Lacklustre call performance.'
'As a result we could never really find a sweet spot where readability was acceptable. '
'terrible viewing angles'
'Its latest is the X3 Touch and Type mobile phone, curiously combining a basic touchscreen with a regular numeric keypad; to surprisingly good effect. '
'Picture quality was OK.'
'With the keys open, you can jump right into various messaging functions (IM, SMS and e-mail), the music and Cellular Video player apps, the connections manager or the Web browser.'
'which makes the phone feel slightly uncomfortable in a tight pocket.'
'Overall it's incredibly intuitive, making the sometimes headache-inducing Windows Mobile a breeze to navigate.'
'very unique phone'
'RF reception was decent.'
'most responsive phone'
'The phone feels good in the hand, and it sounded great when I tested it.'
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