'the phone is so terribly slow you'll have plenty of time to ponder what you're going to do next while you wait for a screen refresh.'
'it lacks 3G support.'
'The phone is too frustrating to use.'
'it does have a lot of nice design features.'
'The phone has a 2.4-inch TFT display capable of showing 65K colors at 320 x 240 resolution, just like the new iPod classic.'
'poor battery life'
'newly designed QWERTY Keypad'
'This is both good and bad.'
'music playback through the unit's speakers was poor.'
'the keys are mushy and have very little travel, none of the satisfying "click" of a BlackBerry key.'
'The Mogul is also known to support microSDHC cards at least up to 4 GB, thus removing the size restrictions that have typically accompanied such small slots.'
'Songs sounded tinny and lacked volume and richness.'
'Despite its intention of being smart, there was nothing smart about the process for adding a contact into your phone book after a call has ended.'
'Touchpad a bit cramped.'
'The 2.0 megapixel camera assures you'll be able to capture the moment.'
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