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'Qwerty keyboard and Wi-Fi connectivity'
'Good Battery Life'
'Superslim quality feel'
'Heavy, bulky for a feature phone, Dated user experience'
'Impressive battery life'
'Terrifically responsive dial pad'
'Hard, plastic case is not conducive to a ruggedized device'
'Simple user-friendly design with a spacious and comfortable keyboard'
'Simple, Adequate keyboard'
'No Wi-Fi connectivity, Poor video recording quality'
'Numeric pad makes typing out messages awkward'
'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 keypad is very well designed, with a nice hump to each row of keys that made them easy for multi-tap typing.'
'5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss autofocus lens, a 2.6" QVGA display and a two way slider'
'the automatic orientation is too sluggish, and sliding down the handset doesn't re-orientate the screen back to its original portrait position.'
'As a phone, the Nokia N95 is good.'
'Integrates social-networking well.'
'The thickness is less of an issue than we anticipated as well.'
'The 624MHz processor lags behind the circa 1GHz chips seen in its rivals, internal memory is limited to 4GB and video recording is just VGA at 24fps, when 720p HD has become the new smartphone minimum. '
'Ovi maps can be is very handy.'
'the E5 is significantly cheaper and still looks reasonably stylish.'
'In short, this phone feels solid.'
'Nonetheless, if you require a smartphone for both professional and personal use (and don't mind a small screen), the Nokia E5 is an enticing proposition. '