comes off as both a solid value, and a slightly marred product. It certainly has the features to compete with any smartphone available, and aside from some user interfface quirks and the camera, its probably better than even devices costing a bit more. It is going to suffer from a perception issue -- at least initially -- but like the Nokia E73 Mode (also offered by T-Mobile) -- it will not hurt Nokia's reputation.
Pros: Very good screen, Quality built-in applications, Excellent battery life
Cons: Learning curve to some default apps, Poor camera images, Small number of apps compared to other mobile platforms