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Telstra QWERTY Touch

Telstra QWERTY Touch
alaScore 82

4 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 4 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 60/100. The average review date is 11-12-2011. We have compared these reviews to 2673680 reviews from other Mobile Phones. The alaScore™ for this product is 82/100 = Very good. Last update: 10-12-2018.

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Expert review by : Ross Catanzariti (goodgearguide.com.au)

Telstra Qwerty-Touch Android phone

 

Telstra Qwerty-Touch review: Telstra brings a physical keyboard to the budget Android market, but it comes at the expense of screen real estate

Good physical keyboard ; Competitive price ; Some handy included apps

Odd shaped screen ; Below average performance ; Poor navigational pad

Telstra says the Qwerty-Touch was a direct result of consumer market research indicating a desire for a device that combined a physical keyboard and touchscreen at a low price point. The end result is a decent effort but its odd shaped screen and below...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Ross Catanzariti (pcworld.idg.com.au)

Telstra Qwerty-Touch Android phone

 

Telstra Qwerty-Touch review: Telstra brings a physical keyboard to the budget Android market, but it comes at the expense of screen real estate

Good physical keyboard ; Competitive price ; Some handy included apps

Odd shaped screen ; Below average performance ; Poor navigational pad

Nov, 2011

Expert review by : Joseph Hanlon (cnet.com.au)

Telstra Qwerty-Touch

 

A full keyboard sets the Qwerty-Touch apart from other smartphones, but fails to make it appealing. You don't get much computer for your money, and it shows in a number of places across the user experience.

Good keyboard ; Has all common smartphone features ; Affordable

Screen is small, dim and horizontally orientated ; Not powerful enough for some popular games ; USB is difficult to use, and it shouldn't be

If you can stretch your budget further, you'll find some excellent phones in the next price category. HTC has the Wildfire S and the QWERTY-packing Cha Cha both for AU$199, and for AU$279 you can pick up the Huawei Vision along with a big step up in...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Jenneth Orantia (delimiter.com.au)

Telstra QWERTY Touch: Review

 

Not everyone needs or can afford a smartphone that costs several hundreds of dollars. For the penny-pinching Delimiter readers, we thought we'd review something at the bargain end of the market for a change. The Telstra QWERTY Touch is one of the big...

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