'Easy to use core features'
'Good battery life'
'Comes loaded with all the connections you'd expect from an Android phone'
'Good call quality'
'Affordable no-contract cost'
'Good balance of features and speed'
'Surprisingly good pre-loaded apps'
'very expensive when compared with similar handsets'
'Responsive platform experience'
'Excellent QWERTY keyboard'
'Finally some top-end specs. Has BlackBerry ripened with age?'
'Sturdy QWERTY slider and a comfortable body'
'Performance is incredibly fast'
'Pricey for a mid-range device'
'And its straight Google experience will appeal to Android purists.'
'Cool curved display'
'Very fast, unadulterated Android experience'
'The smartphone is a little on the heavy side.'
'A top-notch hardware design'
'Brilliant looking display'
'Awesome voice commands'
'Speaker is weak.'
'Windows Phone 7 looks great on the screen'
'big, good-looking phone'
'HTC Hub doesn't offer a lot.'
'It's also one of the most responsive accelerometer-equipped smartphones we've tested.'
'Plenty of features and has a stunning screen'
'Camera quality is mixed. .'
'sleek and very aesthetically pleasing phone'
'The new optical trackball (the sensor for which sits in the middle of the central button) also looks great and works well.'
'Battery life is similar to the iPhone 3GS' — with push email, location services and background data enabled, the Legend will not last more than a full day.'
'Flash video is dodgy.'
'Here's an easy proclamation: The G2 is the best smartphone with a keyboard on T-Mobile.'
'most powerful Google OS phone'
'pretty snappy performance'
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