'rather flat navigation array'
'the speakerphone audio was weak and wobbly.'
'the Propel's 4-way control pad was too basic and inefficient for navigating WAP pages and other tasks.'
'poor LCD screen'
'Simulated daylight photos were okay—grainy but decent.'
'A speakerphone is useful for hands-free calling when you're driving or multitasking.'
'* Less than an inch thick. * Spacious QWERTY keyboard. * Durable body. * Good call quality.'
'newest and definitely most affordable phone'
'poor viewing angle'
'Reviewers agree that the Verizon Wireless Blitz (a.k.a. the UTStarcom TXT8010) is a great phone for texting tweens. '
'the navigation toggle is tricky to use.'
'The design is minimalist, and the only part that stands out is the metal stripe around the earpiece and the flashy Anycall logo underneath.'
'Motorola SLVR L7 look like a brick, and puts other thin phones to shame'
'Neither the phone in general, nor the subtle battery cover gave out a single creak during the tests.'
'The speakerphone is improbably loud, as are MP3/AAC/WMA ringtones'
'No Memory Card Slot.'
'Memory not expandable'
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