'The P3470 has very clean lines'
'ample 2.8" 65k-color touchscreen display'
'There is not TouchFLO interface though, which is just as well since the design of the LCD is the traditional kind with a raised bezel around it, which makes finger swiping a little difficult.'
'it lacks 3G support.'
'The phone is too frustrating to use.'
'it does have a lot of nice design features.'
'The P527's battery also seems up to the task, managing a solid 7.5 hours of talk time, and surviving pretty well for a device that sports energy draining features like GPS.'
'solid mobile device'
'Unfortunately, T-Mobile left the slow CPU intact, making this otherwise powerful handset feel sluggish and sticky to use'
'The phone's speaker sounded awful, though, and listening through the included earbuds was far from pleasurable.'
'The soft keys were well-placed,'
'other aspects of the phone's design are less appealing.'
'built-in radio, wifi and GPS'
'Their high volume capacity is perfect for the noisy city environment'
'The build of the unit is very strong, I wasn't able to get any flex when I tried to twist it.'
'it really combines many desired features in one simple and elegant device.'
'the audio was horrible.'
'JAQ will not notify you of a low battery when the screen is turned off'
'steep full price'
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