'Fast internet and Google Maps'
'Pretty smooth TouchWiz 4.0 UI'
'Very poor call quality'
'Fast and usable camera'
'Landscape screen can feel cramped.'
'Viewing angles are adequate, and the quality of the screen itself is fine.'
'Dedicated Facebook button.'
'cramped onscreen keyboard'
'All in all, this is a good phone for capturing your memories.
'It's functional, responsive, and even has subtle haptic feedback when inputting characters.'
'Other features include a built-in accelerometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a digital compass and a GPS receiver. '
'We were able to pair the smartphone with the Logitech Mobile Traveller Bluetooth headset and the Motorola S9 Bluetooth Active Headphones with no problem.'
'Likewise, Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface is sluggish. '
'The messaging app on the phone is competent and looks pretty good.'
'TouchWiz feels a bit cluttered.'
'The Web-based Kin Studio backs up all of your phone's data.'
'Finally, there’s no virtual keyboard, which becomes a pain when you need to, say, search for a contact or enter a web address, but don’t want to slide the keyboard out.
'the Microsoft Kin Two is much more attractive than its squat sibling.'
'Even more convenient, everything you do on your phone is mirrored on Studio, which means all photos and low resolution videos are automatically uploaded to your Kin Web page. '
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