Takes great video and photos.
Bigger virtual keyboard keys.
Roomy virtual keyboard.
Speedy 1 GHz processor.
Excellent noise-canceling microphones.
Long battery life.
WiFi and Bluetooth.
3G, GPS and FM radio.
8GB of internal memory and a preinstalled 16GB microSD card.
Not as responsive as it should be.
Some lockups during testing.
Design Is Somewhat PocketUnfriendly.
Android Market Still Limited.
No front facing camera for video calling.
Sluggish Motoblur interface.
Interface can sometimes be sluggish.
Not launching with latest version of Android.
A few glitches here and there.
Display doesn’t like bright sunlight.
Must remove battery to access microSD card.
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