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'Comfortable five-row keyboard, NFC'
'Compact to hold and carry around'
'Comfortable, roomy hardware keyboard'
'Decent choice -- the keyboard and business features'
'Small, dark display and supports only 3G data'
'Low quality display, Sluggish performance, Horrible call quality'
'Awful browsing experience, Feeble camera'
'A solid phone with good call quality and long battery life'
'Touch-friendly interface, and a quite decent slide-out QWERTY keyboard.'
'Roomy keyboard. Responsive touch screen.'
'Simple phone includes some bells and whistles'
'Even still, the myTouch 4G is, without a doubt, one of T-Mobile's best smartphones. '
'The latest powerhouse Android phone, the T-Mobile myTouch 4G ($199 with contract) is the best smartphone experience T-Mobile has to offer. '
'It's compatible with Yahoo Messenger or Qik for video chat, which is free, and the myTouch interface is definitely a different phone experience.'
'At the bottom of the phone there's a full optical trackpad, which makes a change from the Terminator eye on the HTC Legend and Desire, and is more useful for when trying to scroll through text, and it's flanked by the other standard Android keys for navigation. '
'The overall result is a phone that looks and feels exceptionally well made.'
'You get a pixel density of 252ppi, and it is both bright and vibrant, only falling short of the Samsung Galaxy S, whose AMOLED display trumps its rivals when it comes to serving up deep blacks and striking colours. '
'the key spacing seems large and the buttons big (well, big enough).'
'Judder free UI.'
'The Motorola Milestone's keyboard is a welcome touch, although opinion on these is divided. '
'YouTube videos are playable and loaded into the handset's media player, this being a painless experience.'
'Flash video is dodgy.'
'Here's an easy proclamation: The G2 is the best smartphone with a keyboard on T-Mobile. '
'most powerful Google OS phone'
'We found it very difficult to type accurately with the phone in portrait mode (which squeezes the keyboard into the narrow width of the screen), and not much easier with the phone in landscape mode.'
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