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Having played with one of these for a few days, this is a pretty nice phone.Ok, the screen size is small for a touch screen and that can cause trouble for big fingers, but it's not that much worse than any other touch screen keyboard.Video playback on it is gorgeous! and screen resolution is very good. Sony's Bravia engine is clearly leading edge. On the down side, the Bravia's ability to error correct images means that photos and video taken with the phone never look as good viewed off the phone as on it.Oh, and it does go through the battery pretty quick, but that's the price of having such a powerful processor in such a small package.For someone looking for a compact Android phone, this one is hard to beat.
I have had this phone for just over a year and a half. Pros: small & light, great cameraCons: crappy memory, everytime FB for Android has an update I have to uninstall it, uninstall my games or run tracker and then reinstall FB and reinstall less of my games/run tracker etc. And I have an 8GB SD card in it!!! I hate texting on it, half the time it doesn't flip when you turn it sideways and the onscreen keyboard is tiny and I'm a woman and have fairly small fingers!!! And the battery sucks, I have to charge it twice a day, thank goodness for the usb charger so I can charge it at work
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