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Old March 6th, 2012, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Initial good points - lovely lovely form factor, thin, lovely non-slip coating, perfect fit in the hand, this thing is loud with the headphones in, good battery life for me, good signal reception
Not so hot - can't connect to my home wifi (mac) when my laptop is using wifi, one or two strange freezes, not as quick as the latest Android devices (or my Xperia S as you'd expect)
The camera is pretty decent in decent light. All in all I'd say a bit of a bargain at under 240 online in the UK...at the time of posting it was deal of the dat at Expansys at 209

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Old May 24th, 2012, 03:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I got one of these on Saturday for my girlfriend, in White from Tescos where they are only 170, or even better, 85 in Tesco clubcard vouchers whilst the double up promo is on.

Pros: Looks great in white (Good quality flip cases in white are only a fiver on ebay). Screen is bigger and brighter than my Iphone 4S. Its also much, much quicker than our previous phones (San Fran / ZTE Blade). Amazing value for money. Sound quality seems amazing when compared to other phones we're used. The Motorola stuff on the phone isn't too offensive and doesn't get in the way.

Cons: Bluetooth problem when disconnecting from Ford car - see my other post! The external speaker is not very loud, so conference calling is pretty useless. Although a similar spec, the camera on my iphone is much, much better. Nothing else negative to report yet, but its still early days.
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If this thing had had a better processor, more n line with latest from the likes of HTC One or Xperia P, then it would have been a great phone and would have been worth paying an extra 50 to get the better specs. As it stands, it can be slow and laggy and at times an unpleasant experience.
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