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Sleek and stylish
'The plastic build materials are of high quality and the phone feels solid in the hand, with a phenomenally smooth swivel motion.'
'Nokia 7705 Twist is a new released phone loved by more and more people, so I think I should share it with you guys today. '
'most interesting messaging phone'
'It can be confusing initially, but it makes sense when you know that the phone is turning.'
'Physical Aspects The KG920 is one funny looking device, reminding me of a 1960s impression of a future walkie-talkie.'
'The Voice recorder application has a 20 seconds limitation and what is more the microphone is so insensitive that the application is nearly unusable unless directly spoken to.'
'The LG KG920 has a great deal of features such as: Bluetooth, a complete keyboard, EDGE high speed wireless data'
'No 3G service No optical zoom Unconventional key layout.'
'The N93 also is UPnP and PictBridge compatible.'
'Call quality is satisfactory as some distortion and echo plague the calls but the volume is high enough to overcome minor complaints.'
'Unfortunately, the included headphones are proprietary'
'It's a little difficult to swap out cards at that tight angle, and we wished the slot were more conveniently located along the phone's spine.'
'applications commonly seen in previous S60 phones are absent in the 3250.'
'even the incredible 100 phone numbers'
'traditional phone keypad'
'awkward game-swapping mechanism'
'No MP3 player or FM radio.'
'It's smaller and sleeker, and Nokia fixed the two most glaring errors of its predecessor: taco-style cellphone use and horrendous game-switching contortions.'
'Large, oddly-shaped, and poorly designed'
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