'The reduced size of each key pretty much will limit most people to using the keyboard with their thumbs'
'Listening to music through the Q's speakers was pretty much atrocious.'
'I have to apologize for the image quality of these photos since they were shot in very poor lighting in my hotel room.'
'As the slimmest QWERTY handset ever made, the Motorola Q offers a familiar
ultra-thin design popularized by the iconic RAZR.'
'push email capabilities which, provided you've enabled a data service through your carrier, sends new e-mail messages directly to the device without forcing you to continuously login'
'You also need good eyes and a steady hand to tap out email messages on the small on-screen keyboard.'
'The Atom's screen is fairly decent, with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution and good colour depth of 262,000.'
'No support for modem use with a laptop.'
'The dedicated Start and menu buttons on the keyboard make moving around the device without the stylus much easier'
'Outgoing call volume is low'
'The phone's reception was good, even in my house, which is notorious for getting spotty reception in different rooms.'
'If you are looking for a great, light-weight, and easily pocketable phone to toss into your shirt pocket - stop reading now.'
'Lacks quad-band capabilities.'
'It does take a little getting used to for basically all built-in Windows Mobile 5.0 software'
'The phone is average in size, weight, talk time, and battery life'
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