Provides a visual voicemail feature.
Superior Touch UI.
Large Number of Downloadable Apps.
Excellent Music and Video Playback.
3G and GPS.
Camera Performs Surprisingly Well.
Builtin compass to complement the GPS application.
IPod like functionality.
Only offers 8GB of internal memory.
Same boring design.
No flash for camera.
No Camera Settings.
Battery life could have been better.
Still no true multitasking
No Java support.
No Flash support.
No multithreading support.
Text message interface is still weird.
Limited onboard video editing options.
No pause function during video recording.
Call quality shows no improvements and the 3G signal reception remains uneven.
By CNET UK on October 05, 2011
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