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Well-Built & Slim.
Very Good Battery Life.
Good Audio & Video Playback.
Very Good Camera.
Distinct brushed metal design.
Ingenuous sliding chassis allows easy microSD and SIM card swaps.
Prettified bada 2.0 runs flawlessly on the 1.4GHz processor.
Excellent Social Hub.
Intermittent SlowDowns & Crashes.
Anorexic App Store.
Limited Smart Dialing.
Pricey for a bada handset.
Lousy pictures and video capture indoors.
Only a modest upgrade from its predecessor Wave 2.
By Tech2 on March 17, 2012
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