'Lightweight and portable'
'the phone can be sluggish.'
'The QWERTY keyboard is released by pushing the screen up in landscape mode up on a hinge, although this is pretty stiff and not easy to do with one hand.'
'arguably archaic keyboard'
'the overall user experience offered by Nokia E7 is ultimately frustrating.'
'Occasionally laggy and ageing OS.'
'In the box you get Nokia's rather funky new charger that has a pop up earth connector that when stowed makes it only half the height of a normal plug, which is very useful for travelling.'
'Those looking for a capable QWERTY smartphone without all the bells and whistles may want to consider the C6. '
'The Web-based Kin Studio backs up all of your phone's data.'
'Finally, there’s no virtual keyboard, which becomes a pain when you need to, say, search for a contact or enter a web address, but don’t want to slide the keyboard out.
'the Microsoft Kin Two is much more attractive than its squat sibling.'
'Even more convenient, everything you do on your phone is mirrored on Studio, which means all photos and low resolution videos are automatically uploaded to your Kin Web page. '
'Naturally, the 6720 classic offers access to Telstra's BigPond range of content and services, including Mobile Foxtel, Yellow Pages and WhereIs maps. '
'With this in mind, we believe each new phone needs to set itself apart from the pack somehow, and the 6720 just doesn't do that. '
'great voice experience'
'I was able to pull up every station my car radio received and the RDS function for supported stations pulled up the media files information almost immediately upon played.'
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