- Reception and call quality No comments
- Display No comments
- Battery life No comments
- Camera No comments
- Ease of use No comments
- Design and form factor No comments
- Portability (size / weight) No comments
- Media support No comments
- Durability No comments
- Ecosystem (apps, accessories, etc.) No comments
I am very happy with this "phone". Typing on the touch screen requires some training. The challenge is to to put your finger on the right key, and not the one next to it. You can not feel the keys, so the trick that works for me is to focus on my finger and closely watch where I put it down. In landscape mode typing is much easier.
The only major problem with this unit is the fact that I won't make it through the day on one battery charge. Just plug it into the car stereo and listen to a web radio station for 30 minutes, make some calls and answer a few emails, and the battery will be empty at around 7pm.
Another problem is that the touch screen locks too quickly. The most annoying case is when you use the dial pad to control a speaking computer. It usually locks before the computer finishes its sentence.
The animations are not so slick as on the iPhone. But I would not even want this because it would drain the battery even more. The graphics are fine as it is.
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