'For such a groundbreaking device, the N95's looks, at first glance, are that of an ordinary Nokia slider phone.'
'the Nokia N95 is one smart phone that just doesn't measure up, especially if you consider all the features in its minute size.'
'5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss autofocus lens, a 2.6" QVGA display and a two way slider'
'The keypad is very well designed, with a nice hump to each row of keys that made them easy for multi-tap typing.'
'cool new audio and radio applications'
'The original iPhone's flat slab design wasn't terribly comfy to hold while the curved back on the new model fits in the palm more naturally.'
'We chose white, since it was less likely to pick up fingerprints, though black looked quite sleek.'
'we were down at our local O2 store before opening this morning to pick up ours, thanks to the nice chaps at O2 - the UKâ€™s exclusive iPhone carrier.'
'The iPhone's back side is a textured silver, rather than the polished stainless steel of the full-sized iPod models, so my guess is that both the front and back of the iPhone will be more resistant to scratches than either the full-sized iPod or the original iPod nano.'
'Even in a noisy environment, I could listen to audio from arm's length'
'Call quality was the worst we've heard on a high-end device in years'
'The device can get warm with constant use, and you'll need to wipe smudges from the glass screen frequently with the included cloth.'
'sturdy candybar phone'
'The LG KF700 is a 3G handset with mobile broadband HSDPA high-speed data connectivity (capable of downloading at up to 7.2Mbps if supported by the network), and has a healthy spread of multimedia functionality built in.'
'We are happy that once open, the phone is one of the most stable sliders.'
'The Touch Dual's 400-MHz Qualcomm MSM7200 CPU is powerful enough to run Windows Mobile at a decent clip, though on occasion I still had to wait several seconds with frozen dialog boxes on the screen.'
'color saturation is quite poor, lacking vibrancy, and when in direct sunlight the screen is barely legible.'