'A speakerphone is useful for hands-free calling when you're driving or multitasking.'
'As is typical of Nokia's Eseries cell phones, the E66's build quality is fantastic.'
'the phone sounded fairly clean, and callers had no trouble understanding us.'
'attractive and sexy phone'
'E66 is preferable
as long as you don't need a QWERTY keyboard.'
'good fun features'
'The build quality of the E66 is outstanding.'
'Pros Classy design and build.'
'powerful bookmarks and history features'
'simple and smart phone design'
'so handling the phone is trouble-free indeed.'
'The audio quality for music playback is decent'
'The E51 feels very solid in hand, something which a picture cannot deliver.'
'Stylish design • HSDPA and Wi-Fi • Good battery life • Integrated e-mail, Web and document browsing.'
'excellent business-grade features'
'Nokia tried to prize this Jurassic (OK, 2001) phone from their gnarled fingers with the simple and clean E50, but with limited success.'
'Three speaker ports along the back amplify music through Mega Bass open-air music listening experience.'
'Out-of-box audio quality is very good,'
'comes with 7 profiles and you can set fixed dialing options, restricted dialing options and add an additional voice line to the phone'
'generous range of exceptional features, including Bluetooth, a 2-megapixel camera, an MP3 player, a memory card slot, and a speakerphone.'
'dedicated music controls'
'Users will also be able to retrieve some of their favorite mp3-quality songs, as well as store them on their phone.'
'Sound is impressive considering the size'
'We were able to pair the Treo Pro with the Logitech Mobile Traveller Bluetooth headset and the Motorola S9 Bluetooth Active Headphones with no problem.'
'the Treo Pro's built-in music playback is quite decent for listening to music at your desk or in a quiet atmosphere.'
'the great features'
'calls were clear and bright.'
'normally impressive Sprint Music catalog'
'Call quality was distinct and fairly loud through an elongated hands-free speaker on the Palm Treo Pro's reverse, next to the 2Mp camera lens.'
'The 2-megapixel camera is mediocre.'
'the Windows Mobile 6 platform is certainly advantageous for Palm.'
'The Treo Pro is just as comfortable in the board room or at after-work drinks, and keeps you connected without raising much of a fuss in doing so -- like a true professional should.'
'the 6650 felt comfortable against my ear thanks to its rounded upper edge.'
'satisfying, clear sound'
'Large phone book'
'stylish phone features'
'Settings is remarkable for the dialogs that are unique to the 6650, i.e.'
'Nokia 8910iThe Titanium encased Nokia 8910 , seemingly perfect, was the most advancedphone among its class of luxury mobiles with key features like GPRS, HSCSD andBluetooth capabilities.'
'If you have small fingers and short fingernails then this phone might only be easy to use, but ideal for you.'
'Voice quality was decent, although we had slight problems with static.'
'The phone has a calendar which is very intuitive and Nokia equipped it with a phone book having a contact list capacity of 500.'
'The Sony Ericsson W350 Walkman is available for free with a 2-year commitment after a $50 mail-in rebate.'
'The music controls are easy to operate and even if it is hard to realize when you have pressed one, there is a light short vibration to confirm your action.'
'High quality Walkman music player'
'good phone features'
'very decent music player'
'The Sony Ericsson W350i is an EDGE 900/1800/1900 phone'
'This view is pretty neat, but is probably only really useful if you frequently take pictures with your phone and have a need to sort them them chronologically often.'
'The W350 makes it straightforward to transfer music onto your phone.'
'solid mobile device'
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