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'Sense user interface'
'Good battery life'
'Very poor call quality'
'Fast and usable camera'
'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.'
'Screen is extremely low-res'
'Resistance to dust, water, and shock'
'Well protected microSD card slot'
'Fully packed with features'
'Very compact handset'
'Beautifully crisp and responsive ClearBlack screen'
'Comprehensive video support'
'The 3.2-inch capacitive screen is bright, vivid and viewable under pretty much any lighting condition.'
'Thanks to the phone's small size, its power button is far easier to reach than the HTC Desire's. '
'The software problems we experienced might be ironed out, but we're still not keen on how easy it is to dial someone by mistake and the screen size doesn't really let HTC Sense fly.'
'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 gliding action is very smooth, probably due to the fact that the phone is a well-built device.'
'A few blue details, such as the blue navigation key, add a little flare to the already stylish phone. '
'But it crams a lot into its tiny, gleaming steel case, including a very high-res screen and a 3.2 MP camera. '
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