Reviewers Liked

  • Looks, Sound Quality, Well knit UI
  • Very clean and sophisticated design, Ecofriendly, solar battery cover alternative, Great call performance, Great battery hours, Decent 3MP camera, Multifunctional features
  • Light weight comfortable design, UI is quite fluid in most cases, Multimedia features work out really well, Camera quality is good
  • Affordable, Excellent Battery, Very Good Music Playback, Stylish Looks, Solid Build
  • Smart looks, compact, lightweight, smooth UI, multitasking, accelerometer, good audio, battery life
  • Size, Features, Price, Touch Screen
  • Awesome design, Good incall quality, Applications for social networks, Its design allows for a solar panel
  • Affordable asking price. Small and lightweight. Customisable homescreens. Easy access to social networking sites via widgets. User-friendly UI. Good music player
  • The world’s smallest touch-screen phone maintains a build and design gravitas

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Battery, QVGA Videos, Slow response time, No 3G or Wi-Fi, No 3.5mm jack
  • No Wifi, no 3G, Crammed virtual QWERTY keyboard, No camera flash or lens cover, No DivX and XviD support, Does not support Flash web pages, Slow loading of contacts when full
  • Virtual keypads are a bit of a issue
  • Average Camera, Poor Video Playback, No GPS, WiFi or 3G
  • Touch registration, interface response delayed from time to time, cramped QWERTY keymatt
  • No Wifi or 3G
  • No 3.5mm jack, Sluggish browser, Mediocre multimedia capabilities, No 3G and WiFi
  • Erratic touchscreen. Tiny onscreen QWERTY. No 3G connectivity. Fiddly web browser. Basic camera
  • Browsing via EDGE data speeds can lead to some thumb twiddling, while the webpage zoom option proved temperamental.Look and Feel