'Very fast, unadulterated Android experience'
'Gorgeous, 4.0-inch Super AMOLED display '
'Awesome battery life'
'Crisp and colorful Super AMOLED display'
'Ships with Android 2.3'
'Great potential but reception issues KILL the overall experience'
'Better than EVO'
'DO NOT BUY!'
'Significant Antenna Issues-Do Not Buy'
'The feature set is generous, the internal performance is fast, and call quality is satisfactory..'
'Very usable QWERTY keyboard'
'Feature rich phone'
'Aside from that, the Sony Ericsson X10 had a great music interface that supports MP3s, and offered the ability to assign custom sounds and tones for various notofications. '
'Despite its beefy processor, the X10 stuttered through a few menus. '
'The phone clocks in at 13mm thick, not the thinnest on the market (the HD2 is an astounding 11mm, for example) but thin enough to look and feel... well, pretty thin.'
'As youâ€™d expect from a phone with a 1GHz processor, the Xperia is a fast phone, even with pre-release firmware. '
'We spent about 20 minutes handling the Xperia X10 and were definitely impressed.'
'Outstanding call/audio quality'
'Colours aren't as bright as expected'
'Two-minute boot time'
'Good value for money'
'Timescape still isn't as complete as we'd like it to be'
'A decent cameraphone'
'Able to capture 3D panoramic images'
'Well built and equipped with the latest version of Android '
'Amazing 8-megapixel camera'
'Poor screen and less than impressive keyboard'
'Great keypad design'
'Good construction & durability'
'Exceptional battery life'
'Smooth 2D 1080p video recording.'
'Easy to use'
'nifty little camera interface'
'Generous feature set'
'The phone feels good in hand and is solid.'
'Good build quality'
'New HTC Sense with cloud services and offline navigation'
'The overall result is a phone that looks and feels exceptionally well made.'
'HTCSense.com makes it easy to setup a new HTC phone or access archived mobile content such as contacts, text messages and call history from a PC browser.'
' We've just gotten to grips with HTC's luscious new Desire Z slider (you'll know it as the T-Mobile G2 in the US) and it is indeed a slab of finely crafted metal. '
'The HTC Desire Z squares up against the Motorola Milestone 2 nicely, leaving other devices to mainly scrap it out for the mid-range dollars.'
'slick Android 2.2-powered smartphone'
'First impressions of the Desire HD and Desire Z are impressive.'
'Its 3.7-inch screen is more than adequate and the QWERTY keyboard looks like the sort of hardware to give old BlackBerry a run for its money.'
'Good quality images, with numerous options for sending photos.'
'The design is quite attractive, too, especially the wave shape used on the keypad, and ergonomically the handset feels very comfortable to hold.'
'Using the BlackBerry to play music is great. '
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