'Good HD video capture'
'Rugged IP67 certification'
'Compact and robust smartphone'
'Great Design, Smooth UI, Dual SIM functionality'
'Feels sturdy and durable'
'Less weight and is handy.'
'Good call quality'
'Smooth and responsive'
'Long battery life'
'Device feels underpowered, lags'
'Great sound quality, Hot-swappable SIM slot, Sturdy build'
'Typing messages and website addresses can be frustrating'
'Nokia OS is innovative'
'Series 40 operating system is laggy, cryptic and error prone'
'No 3G; slow, unresponsive resistive touch screen'
'The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10's data performance was spotty.'
'The microUSB slot is located at the top as well under a dust cap - this is a little awkward to get off at times, and has a frustratingly short leash to keep it in place - meaning you have to really wedge it out of the way to connect up the charger.'
'built-in LED flash'
'Navigation of the W810 menus is pleasantly intuitive, like most recent Sony Ericsson phones.'
'dedicated music controls'
'Switching between the cell phone and the music player is seamless, as music automatically stops when you receive a call.'
'No social integration'
'the screen is reasonably large measuring three inches diagonally and the resolution of 420 x 320 pixels is good for a phone in this price range, so text and icons look pretty sharp.'
' The Samsung Monte S5620 might not be as exciting a phone as the latest Apple iPhone or the latest Google Android super-phones but it’s an exciting phone nonetheless. '
'The Samsung Monte S5620 might not be as exciting a phone as the latest iPhone or the latest Android super-phones but it’s an exciting phone nonetheless. '