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'Smooth and engaging user interface'
'Free turn-by-turn directions with Nokia Drive'
'Slick and responsive interface'
'For all its limitations Windows Phone 7 is the fastest and most responsive mobile operating system on the market. '
'Poor multimedia capabilities.'
'snappy smartphone performance'
'It's also one of the most responsive accelerometer-equipped smartphones we've tested. '
'cool industrial design'
'We were impressed with some of the small touches, including the super-responsive, touch-sensitive back and search keys, while the physical Start button has a more reassuring click than Apple's iPhone 4, even if it is slightly smaller. '
'You’ll be able to play turn-by-turn games with other users.'
'helpful "Great phone'
'Test photos looked smooth and sharp outdoors, with slightly flat color.'
'That’s because the HD2 looks and feels like a full-fledged mobile Internet device that you can slip in your pocket. '
'Talk time, at 5 hours 54 minutes, is good for such a slim phone. '
'You'll hear a faint knocking sound as you enter letters at a varying pitch, which we found reassuring. '
'Colors are bright and text is very clear.'
'The phone is really quite fast--a refreshing change from the sluggish (and often frustrating) Windows Mobile 6.5 experience. '
'Camera quality is disappointing.'
'It's interestingly got the smallest screen at 'just' 3.7-inches - but this makes it sit well in the hand and feel jauntily nonchalant in the pocket. '
'However, the Mozart has beautifully rounded corners and curved edges.'
'The weather hub is complete with overly elaborate screen transitions and is location-based, so it will automatically update as you move.'
'Notes is a cool application that allows you to post reminders to yourself, and as the post it notes age on the virtual pin board, they get steadily more crumpled. '
'The button-less glass front and black plastic body, delineated by a silver bevelled edge, gives it a wonderfully simple yet elegant style. '
'Video is soft and defocused-looking, although not quite enough to hide conspicuous compression artefacts.'
'The camera's constant attempts to autofocus can lead to your video being jerky especially on a moving subject, something you need to watch out for. '