'Cheap, Sturdy, Decent feature set'
'Stylish design, Display offers good resolution'
'Simplistic yet fairly stylish design'
'Amazing price, good screen'
'Dual SIM card system with hot-swappable slot on the side'
'Excellent build, Great Keypad'
'Abysmal video quality, sub-par camera'
'Judder free UI.'
'The Motorola Milestone's keyboard is a welcome touch, although opinion on these is divided. '
'YouTube videos are playable and loaded into the handset's media player, this being a painless experience.'
'Easy to use media player.'
'Haptic feedback can't be turned off.'
'Laggy behaviour at times.'
'Battery life is poor lasting only one day when using it just as a phone.'
'phone cheap helpful and easy'
'social networking features'
'crisp and bright screen'
'Navigation is identical to the previous phone, the touchscreen gestures are intuitive and the Magic responds to these well.'
'Short on juice Battery life is acceptable but not outstanding, not least because the Magic is always chatting away with the internet to deliver and receive your emails.'
'in most instances touching the screen is easier.'
'Streaming video looked impressive though, or at least it did once we'd discovered the 'watch in high quality' button in the menu.'
'helpful "Nice phone'
'the BlackBerry Tour 9630's display looks gorgeous: colours looked bright, details were crisp, and text popped off the screen.'
'solid multimedia features'
'Snappy, Stable OS.'
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