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'Terrifically responsive dial pad'
'Hard, plastic case is not conducive to a ruggedized device'
'Responsive touch screen'
'Android 4 out-of-the-box'
'Easy to use'
'Nice styling and good build quality'
'Compact Google smartphone'
'Low price tag, Good design, Decent battery life'
'Pleasing finish on the casing'
'You'll also be able to redeem iTunes gift cards on the phone in the iTunes App store.'
'The 320-by-480-pixel screen is slightly brighter, with a little more shadow detail.'
'The new 32GB iPhone 3GS was ready to use in just 29.2 seconds - about half the time.'
'At 4.41 inches tall by 2.22 inches wide by 0.45 inch deep and 4.4 ounces, the Legend fits nicely in the hand and sits comfortably in a pants pocket.'
'sleek and very aesthetically pleasing phone'
'The new optical trackball (the sensor for which sits in the middle of the central button) also looks great and works well. '
'very distinctive design'
'Judder free UI.'
'The Motorola Milestone's keyboard is a welcome touch, although opinion on these is divided. '
'YouTube videos are playable and loaded into the handset's media player, this being a painless experience.'
'The only major downside of the smartphone, and one that plagues all BlackBerry devices, unfortunately, is the Web browser.'
'The main menu of applications looks sharp, and each icon glows a bit as you hover over it. '
'Flash video is dodgy.'
'Here's an easy proclamation: The G2 is the best smartphone with a keyboard on T-Mobile. '
'most powerful Google OS phone'
'We found it very difficult to type accurately with the phone in portrait mode (which squeezes the keyboard into the narrow width of the screen), and not much easier with the phone in landscape mode.'