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'Easy to use core features'
'Good battery life'
'Comes loaded with all the connections you'd expect from an Android phone'
'full QWERTY keyboard'
'decent QWERTY keyboard'
'small and cute looking mobile phone'
'modest 2-inch QVGA display'
'Stylish design • HSDPA and Wi-Fi • Good battery life • Integrated e-mail, Web and document browsing.'
'Great Business Phone.'
'Nokia tried to prize this Jurassic (OK, 2001) phone from their gnarled fingers with the simple and clean E50, but with limited success.'
'Very poor call quality'
'Fast and usable camera'
'Text can be pretty minute and images look quite pixelated, with dull color.'
'the touchscreen remains responsive for general use, the resistive design means you often have to press more firmly to make a selection.'
'The hardware specs are comprehensive however.'
'UI can be a bit sluggish at times. '
'The interface is simple and it offers album art, but it's not particularly flashy.'
'the onboard music software is capable of delivering excellent quality audio.'
'new touch interface'
'The browser is good for a desktop browsing experience, but the data speeds suggest you probably won't end up using the 5800 to visit the sites you love on a day-to-day basis.'