'qHD display and a dual-core processor'
'Dual-core 1GHz processor'
'Gigantic and high-res display'
'Much-improved qHD display'
'Large, high-resolution display'
'Voice quality is excellent'
'Poor battery life '
'A full QWERTY keyboard'
'The HTC Droid Eris offers a slim design, plentiful features, and satisfying performance. '
'Good call quality'
'In my test calls, audio quality ranged from very good to excellent.'
'Besides the contact sync features, there's also a helpful update notification system that tells you when friends have posted new pictures or made significant updates to their Facebook pages. '
'Add in a rock solid industrial design and a first-class Web browser (complete with multitouch support), and you have one of the best smart phones under $100. '
'Bright, sharp display. '
'Not a bad match at that: the Eris has all the great usability and syncing features of the Hero with a more attractive and grippable casing. '
'The Droid Eris is quick and nimble. '
'The virtual keyboard, which offers haptic feedback if desired, worked well in portrait or landscape mode. '
'The audio quality is very good and the video playback is also decent.'
'Way too expensive for what it offers'
'Sharp screen resolution'
'Attractive and affordable Android smartphone'
'Unique and sturdy design'
'Drops the oversized d-pad of the Droid'
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