Motorola Hint QA30

The Hint QA30 looks a little weird, but its design grows on you.
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When the slider is closed, the Hint's squarish shape is unmistakable.
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The Hint's volume rocker on its left spine was flush. We had difficulty finding it when on a call.
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The Hint's camera lens is on its rear face. Unfortunately, we couldn't fully secure the battery cover.
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The Hint's keyboard is as wide as it can be without making the phone larger. Still, some users might find it to be small.
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The Hint's keys were difficult to grasp and they felt rather stiff.
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We also weren't crazy about the Hint's navigation controls.
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The Hint is wide, but it travels well. It also has a solid feel in the hand.
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The Hint's camera doesn't offer a flash or a self-portrait mirror.
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