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'Push-to-talk Direct Connect'
'Was able to withstand whatever we threw at it'
'Extremely rugged, Long battery life'
'distinct design echoes'
'the storage is vast enough to house a decent music collection.'
'the 4GB card included with the phone is capable of holding between 1,500 and 3,000 songs, depending on compression, and this will be plenty for most people.'
'full quad-band world phone'
'At the top there's a 3.5mm headphone jack (at last!)'
'This is a comfy phone for the hand and pocket. '
'For our contact lists, we were pleased to find Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support, so the Sony Ericsson W995 synchronized with our work address book nicely.'
'generous 1,000-entry phone book'
'solid, substantial design'
'the phone didn't seem sluggish in applying our location data to pics.'
'The phone's various features are reasonably easy to locate in the menu system.'
'the phone sounded fairly clean, and callers had no trouble understanding us.'
'fairly weighty mobile'
'We've been able to install the necessary certificates and easily gain access to our office Exchange mail server and have new messages pushed to the phone.'
'Pros Classy design and build.'
'Very poor camera'
'Terrible display, Clunky charging port'
'Good performance from the processor'
'Abysmal set of hardware'
'Strong call and speakerphone quality'
'Great calling quality'
'Great call quality'
'Excellent call quality'
'Media player practically non-existent.'
'It's light, too, at just 89.3g and with dimensions of 112 x 46 x 12.3mm, it's slim as well.'
'This relatively inexpensive mobile phone won't appeal to business users or those who are interested in the latest and greatest touchscreen smartphones, but its updated phonebook, free turn-by-turn navigation and access to Nokia's Ovi application store mean that the Nokia C5 offers decent value. '
'otherwise attractive mobile phone'
'having said as much, i do like this phone very much. i previously tried out the samsung a900 for 2 weeks and thought that the design of the samsung was missing two crucial elements: memory and battery life. sanyo got both right in m1, and more.'
'Sanyo uses that gigabyte as a springboard to give the phone as much multimedia juice as possible.'
'sound good, clean and accurate'
'Unfortunately, the “more” in this case is more bad, as in a bad music software application. '