Cessor matches Gio’s speed but scores lower on benchmark test, no HDready video recording, display is a fingerprint magnet and prone to showing reflections when used in direct sunlight.
Comfortable design and build quality, Slick user experience, Swype keyboard
Multitasking; 5 megapixel camera; 3.5" screen, 800 MHz CPU
Cool looks, great price, decent features...
Small and stylish, Powerful Android software, Swype keyboard.
IPhonelike looks, Above average camera for stills, Hotswappable microSD cards (up to 32GB)
Affordable; runs on Android 2.2 Froyo; compact and light; TouchWiz 3.0 interface; camera is decent for still photos.
Processor matches Gio’s speed but scores lower on benchmark test, no HDready video recording, display is a fingerprint magnet and prone to showing reflections when used in direct sunlight.
Nothing Exceptional About Features, No Flash Support, Low Resolution Screen
Uninspiring design; No Flash support; Lacklustre media performance
Processor shows it’s not on the same level as many other smartphonesLook and Feel...
Slow internet, Laggy and jerky response when swiping, Social media lacking, Low quality screen
Poor video recording, Below average calling quality, No Flash, No DivX/Xvid codec support out of the box
Slow processor; limited onboard storage; QVGA quality video recording; lowresolution screen.
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By CNET UK on December 01, 2011
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