'the Motorola Photon 4G is a top-notch Android phone'
'Ample amount of RAM provide quick performance'
'Large, crisp and vibrant qHD display'
'You can't use voice and data at the same time.'
'Sharp looking Super LCD display'
'Battery life could be better.'
'No voice dialing over Bluetooth.'
'Inconsistent Flash performance'
'On the downside, it's heavier, and we could definitely feel the bulk in our pocket.'
'The bad: Camera is a bit sluggish.'
'But the Droid X isn't for everyone: This phone is huge.'
'The Motorola Droid X proceeded to shine in the inside as well, proving itself as one of the fastest smartphones we've ever used.'
'Sprint's 4G network is limited at this time, making the mandatory $10 premium data add-on tough to swallow for anyone outside of the coverage area.'
'Not a great voice phone'
'Still, the Evo 4G's screen was plenty bright and crisp.'
'The back panel is constructed of a flimsy plastic and removing the MicroSD card is like trying to fish an amoeba out of a cell.'
'Excellent hardware design'
'Dynamic aspects of the homescreen'
'clean, bright interface'
'Available for $199 on AT&T, we like the idea of a phone with strong media capabilities, a kickstand for watching movies and TV, and a big speaker that can fill a small room with Zune tunes.'
'Ovi Maps doesn't do much for walkers.'
'the E5 is significantly cheaper and still looks reasonably stylish.'
'In short, this phone feels solid.'
'Nonetheless, if you require a smartphone for both professional and personal use (and don't mind a small screen), the Nokia E5 is an enticing proposition.'
'Gold Plated 18 carat.'
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