'No multi-tasking support.'
'good-looking, sturdily built handset'
'Keyboard is a bit cramped.'
'exceptional and responsive slide-down QWERTY keyboard'
'Photos were grainy, noisy, and blown-out, but at least they were in focus.'
'users a traditional alphanumeric keypad'
'No Windows Mobile.'
'the new tilting display does, perhaps, make it easier to read data from the screen while the unit sits on a desk, and certainly should help when it comes to watching videos on the device.'
'QVGA resolution which is now not enough for a high-end phone.'
'The keyboard has white backlighting, which looks somewhat uneven.'
'This is attractive and comfortable to hold, but there is concern that it will discolor, or worse, degenerate from heat or over time.'
'By adding support for CDMA/EV-DO Motorola should greatly increase the market for the MC70.'
'Lacks camera and stereo Bluetooth'
'some themes including the default theme might make the screen seem dim'
'difficult to sync with a corporate Exchange server.'
'The Smartphone eliminates the need to carry a PDA and wireless phone'
'It packs in excellent Outlook syncing capabilities and provides the best multimedia experience we've seen on a phone.'
'For the money it's a good little phone'
'The SX56 is heavy'
'Older, reflective screen.'
'The SX56 includes an additional memory slot for creating more storage space'
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