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Old November 2nd, 2010, 08:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I guess I am the only one, I got this phone from work and using it for the last two weeks. It is a good looking phone and light but has some quirks.
1.It will not sync Contacts with Gmail
2.non standard key placement limits what apps will work with it
3.Odd key placement is hard to get used to
4.Battery life is low
5.Mini Usb port not Micro Usb like most current devices
6.Good looking screen but smaller
7.Slow "flip" when changing screen orientation

In conclusion its a good phone if you don't know what android is capable of. Other wise get something more supported and powerful.

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