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Slim and sleek design with a great physical keyboard
BlackBerry OS 7 runs very smoothly
Great call quality
Slim form factor is perfect for pockets
'the phone is gloriously free of bloatware.'
'Boost Mobile turned off the Prevail's Android 2.2 hot-spot capabilities.'
'full Android ecosystem'
'Very good basic phone"'
'In the end, the Motorola VU204 just isn't the most attractive phone you'll find. '
'The 65K-color internal display is bright with a resolution of 220 x 176 pixels.'
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Comfortable QWERTY keyboard
Fairly attractive prospect
Very good text and multimedia messaging features
'The phone's slider mechanism felt a little weak, as if the bottom half was pressing too close to the top half when opening it.'
'Thoughts Cellphone companies like to brag about how many features their phones have to make them more appealing.'
'The microSD card slot is inconveniently located behind the battery cover..'
'colorful 2.1-inch display'
SureType keyboard is still dismal
Slow 3G speeds, Bulky
'No AF illuminator'
'svelte, affordable Sanyo Katana LX'
'The phone's QWERTY keyboard is backlit and uncluttered, but slightly cramped.'
'new phone book entries'
'The Rumor by LG is a hip and solid phone for staying socially connected on the go.'
'The phone lacks many of our favorite calling features.'
'The phone is relatively compact, but not wafer-thin at 0.7 inches and certainly cannot compare the M610, which measured in at about half an inch.'
'The Samsung M510 is a mid size flip phone that feels very good in hand.'
'At 3.7 inches long by 2.0 inches wide by 0.64 inch thick, the SPH-M510 isn't the most compact flip phone out there, but it's certainly light at 2.93 ounces.'
'design a respectable looking phone'
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