'Excellent five-row QWERTY keyboard'
'Long battery life'
'Ships with Gingerbread'
'Fewer apps compared to other platforms.'
'The individual keys were easy to press and had just enough clickiness.'
'My Kingston 8GB card worked fine; the Highlight can accept 16GB cards as well.'
'Awkward to unlock.'
'The modest 3-inch WQVGA (240 x 400 pixel) resolution touchscreen display takes up most of the front of the device and is extremely bright and easy to read.'
'The latest TouchWiz phone for T-Mobile, the Samsung Highlight T749, takes all the things we love of the two previous and makes an emphasis on being more streamlined to the general audience. '
'quite a good-looking phone'
'the phone was powerful enough to handle the robust mapping app.'
'Bright display Impressive back cover Camera with Carl Zeiss lens 3.5mm audio jack on top All in all the handset feels quite solid in your hands but is also relatively light which we believe is important for most.'
'The phones support hot-swapping of cards and the slots are easily accessible under a plastic door on the phones' left sides.'
'The Backflip is sluggish at times and spontaneously rebooted once during our review period.'
'While it geotags photos like a champ, images have a blur problem, and low-light pictures are totally unusable. '
'Once you grasp the design, however, it is fairly functional.'
'You can use the pad to swipe between icons or screens, and tap it to make selections, but we found it occasionally unresponsive.'
'Its photo quality is poor, its streaming video frame size is small, and its call volume could be louder..'
'The plastic build materials are of high quality and the phone feels solid in the hand, with a phenomenally smooth swivel motion.'
'The hinge feels sturdy when opening and closing the phone.'
'dim, washed-out colors'
'The interface is terrible, though, and can only show 2 emails at a time, with tons of wasted space.'
'The phone comes with a good number of options to set up your message sending and receiving options, templates and more.'
'Though BlackBerry devices have packed in phones for years, holding them up to your head has always felt and looked awkward.'
'It's often difficult to find the sweet spot for both the earpiece and microphone.'
'It's slender and slab-like, comfortable in the hand, with the usual full QWERTY keyboard and a bright 160-by-240 color screen that looks especially good in sunlight.'
'Slow Web browsing.'