'A sharp colorful and responsive touch screen'
'Solid hardware build'
'Vastly superior web browsing performance'
'Speedy UI and camera'
'Improved onscreen keyboard'
'Very good feature set'
'Good screen and keyboard'
'Better data speeds than other BlackBerrys'
'Faster data speeds'
'Call quality is exceptional'
'Well thought-out OS'
'3.6in capacitive touchscreen'
'Bigger and more spacious keyboard'
'Slick, intuitive webOS software'
'Faster processor '
'Fast, capable and easy to use'
'Excellent five-row QWERTY keyboard'
'Long battery life'
'Ships with Gingerbread'
'Very well made'
'Large, high quality screen'
'Dual-core processor helps ward off lag'
'Larger 4-inch qHD display'
'Vibrant and sharp display'
'Awful calling quality'
'Good call quality'
'Good tactile keyboard'
'Long battery life & Solid call quality'
'Innovative, and surprisingly useful'
'Nice Battery Life, Keyboard Works Well, Runs Latest Android Version'
'The feature set is generous, the internal performance is fast, and call quality is satisfactory..'
'Very usable QWERTY keyboard'
'Feature rich phone'
'Aside from that, the Sony Ericsson X10 had a great music interface that supports MP3s, and offered the ability to assign custom sounds and tones for various notofications. '
'Despite its beefy processor, the X10 stuttered through a few menus. '
'The phone clocks in at 13mm thick, not the thinnest on the market (the HD2 is an astounding 11mm, for example) but thin enough to look and feel... well, pretty thin.'
'As youâ€™d expect from a phone with a 1GHz processor, the Xperia is a fast phone, even with pre-release firmware. '
'We spent about 20 minutes handling the Xperia X10 and were definitely impressed.'
'Sturdy QWERTY slider and a comfortable body'
'Performance is incredibly fast'
'Pricey for a mid-range device'
'The speakerphone sounded good and had a decent amount of gain.'
'Good battery life'
'Cheap smartphone with a cheap plan'
'Browser and satellite navigation'
'Cheap slider mechanism doesn't feel like it will hold up'
'Integrates phone and gaming features like no other handset'
'A solid Android smartphone'
'Excellent stereo loudspeakers'
'Latest version of Android'
'Call quality was reasonably good.'
'Lightweight and portable'
'Call quality and multimedia performance are satisfying.'
'Fine design & construction'
'Voice quality was excellent overall, a typical Motorola trait these days. '
'stereo audio pickup was great.'
'Bright, crisp display'
'Excellent business and entertainment features.'
'very good voice quality'
'Decent phone for the price'
'Great Phone with Keyboard'
'Great Value for a Great Phone'
'The Veer 4G's tiny screen makes even the simplest tasks difficult'
'Too small for comfort, lack of apps, lousy camera'
'Fluid platform experience'
'Tiny screen. Physical keyboard may be too small for some. '
'Poor camera and video,Poor battery life'
'The Veer excelled when it came to being a productive citizen in society, thanks to the phone's multitasking capabilities.'
'The HP Veer 4G packs a lot of features into a very compact package, but it requires too many trade-offs.'
'Keyboard is hard to use'
'Occasional hiccups and apps that take a moment to load'
'So small it's hard to use.'
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