RIM's BlackBerry Bold is one of the best BlackBerrys yet and has very few flaws. Along with perhaps the most comfortable physical keyboard we've seen on a smartphone, the Bold has an excellent display, a refreshing and intuitive interface and some great multimedia features.
Keyboard positives: Excellent design and layout, great tactile feedback, comfortable
Keyboard negatives: Not much space between keys
Nokia's E75 boasts the unique combination of a full QWERTY keyboard and a regular numeric keypad. It builds on the style of previous E Series smartphones by providing a business-like design that also appeals to regular consumers. The E75 comes with Nokia Messaging, Nokia's new e-mail user interface that aims to make mobile e-mail simpler than previous handsets.
Keyboard positives: Keys are well spaced, buttons are large and comfortable
Keyboard negatives: You'll have to spread your fingers wider than usual to hit the keys
HTC's Snap smartphone sports a thin profile, a stylish matte black finish and one of the best QWERTY keyboards we've seen. The Snap also has HTC's exclusive Home Screen layout and an Inner Circle e-mail feature that prioritises the most important contacts in your mail inbox.
Keyboard positives: Raised and well-spaced keys, great tactile feedback
Keyboard negatives: Tab key positioned lower than usual
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