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'Dual SIM card system with hot-swappable slot on the side'
'Very cheap, dust and splash resistant, very long battery life'
'Mammoth battery life'
'Nokia 105 is cheap enough to buy'
'User interface is pretty noisy'
'Abysmal video quality, sub-par camera'
'Solid design, Comfortable keypad'
'Good Festival Phone'
'Clear voice quality'
'Great phone, long lasting battery life, and strong signal'
'Very ugly UI'
'Very long battery life'
'Good chat functionality'
'No Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity'
'Good battery life'
'No multi-tasking support.'
'good-looking, sturdily built handset'
'Keyboard is a bit cramped.'
'exceptional and responsive slide-down QWERTY keyboard'
'When all the widgets are active, the constant flow of information can be overwhelming and somewhat of a (forgive us) blur. '
'The entire device feels sturdy, and was able to stand up to a regular beating inside our pocket or bag. '
'It's easy to search your contacts quickly, you can just start typing from the main screen.'
'And its non-MOTOBLUR functions are equally well-designed. '
'The gliding action is very smooth, probably due to the fact that the phone is a well-built device.'
'A few blue details, such as the blue navigation key, add a little flare to the already stylish phone. '
'But it crams a lot into its tiny, gleaming steel case, including a very high-res screen and a 3.2 MP camera. '