'Large screen, attractive design, HTC Sense 3.0 user interface enhancements'
'High-quality iBeats headphones'
'Great audio quality with Beats'
'Slim and well built handset'
'Great 8-megapixel camera'
'Great multimedia device'
'Excellent call quality'
'Slim attractive design'
'Thin, tall and narrow chassis makes it more comfortable to use than other big-screen Androids'
'Great user interface customisations'
'The smartphone is rather large and heavy.'
'stunning industrial design'
'Vibrant Super LCD display'
'You can't use voice and data at the same time.'
'Sharp looking Super LCD display'
'Integrates phone and gaming features like no other handset'
'A solid Android smartphone'
'boring QWERTY keyboard'
'Latest version of Android'
'Speaker is weak.'
'Windows Phone 7 looks great on the screen'
'big, good-looking phone'
'HTC Hub doesn't offer a lot.'
'It's also one of the most responsive accelerometer-equipped smartphones we've tested.'
'Plenty of features and has a stunning screen'
'helpful "Great phone'
'Reception was average.'
'That’s because the HD2 looks and feels like a full-fledged mobile Internet device that you can slip in your pocket.'
'A large sharp display and comfortable keyboard'
'Usable physical portrait keyboard'
'No multi-tasking support.'
'Brilliant Super AMOLED display'
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