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Most affordable Android smartphone from a brand you know
Low res screen, Small built in storage
Voice-activated camera shutter
Poor app optimisation
Qwerty keyboard and Wi-Fi connectivity
Good Battery Life
Superslim quality feel
Attractive teen-oriented design
Low price tag, Good design, Decent battery life
Pleasing finish on the casing
Stylish, superb media playback
Compact and lightweight
Full QWERTY keypad
Tiny screen, a mediocre camera
Value for money
Neat looks, lightweight, decent processor
'small and cute looking mobile phone'
'The back is rounded and feels comfy in your hand, plus it sports a matt finish that is relatively good at what itÂ´s supposed to do, i.e. prevent the phone from accidentally slip out of your hand.'
'We found the phone stable and well-behaved overall and weâ€™d guess the firmware is reasonably close to release candidate status. '
Microsoft Office Mobile Suite is available for editing and creating Word and Excel documents and viewing PowerPoint presentations, while Web browsing is handled by Internet Explorer Mobile.'
'The phone's transmissive 320-by-240-pixel touch screen looks crisp and bright.'
'the iPAQ is less expensive than most high-end unlocked Windows Mobile Professional phones, retailing for $499 in the US.'
'good video-playback performance'
Very poor camera
Good performance from the processor
Abysmal set of hardware
Great battery performance
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