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'It's also one of the most responsive accelerometer-equipped smartphones we've tested. '
'cool industrial design'
'We were impressed with some of the small touches, including the super-responsive, touch-sensitive back and search keys, while the physical Start button has a more reassuring click than Apple's iPhone 4, even if it is slightly smaller. '
'You’ll be able to play turn-by-turn games with other users.'
'Good call quality'
'Affordable no-contract cost'
'Good balance of features and speed'
'Surprisingly good pre-loaded apps'
'the phone sounded fairly clean, and callers had no trouble understanding us.'
'fairly weighty mobile'
'We've been able to install the necessary certificates and easily gain access to our office Exchange mail server and have new messages pushed to the phone.'
'Pros Classy design and build.'
'The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10's data performance was spotty.'
'The microUSB slot is located at the top as well under a dust cap - this is a little awkward to get off at times, and has a frustratingly short leash to keep it in place - meaning you have to really wedge it out of the way to connect up the charger.'
'built-in LED flash'
'We were able to pair the N86 with the Logitech Mobile Traveller Bluetooth headset and the Motorola S9 Bluetooth Active Headphones .'
'The shutter speed is OK for a camera phone, though steady hands are still required for truly beautiful shots.'
'Ample onboard memory and expansion plan.'
'clunky user interface'
'superb, polished phone'
'really cool phone'
'most impressively specced phones'
'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.'
'The interface is simple and it offers album art, but it's not particularly flashy.'
'the onboard music software is capable of delivering excellent quality audio.'
'new touch interface'
'The browser is good for a desktop browsing experience, but the data speeds suggest you probably won't end up using the 5800 to visit the sites you love on a day-to-day basis.'