Originally Posted by Darren Blade
"It also bears the distinction of being the only Windows Phone with physical navigation keys, which is sure to please fans of tactile feedback."... Which would you prefer?
It probably should read the only Nokia phone with physical Buttons. The LG phones also have physical buttons.
Infact one main reason for me to go with the LG E900 (also named LG Optimus 7) for me was the physical buttons and I'm still very happy with that decision. unintended button-presses hare hardly an issue with those buttons.
Infact I think that the LG E900 is still the best choice when locking for a budget WP7 phone. It has 16GB of (fast) storage, very solid build quality and a big battery. Granted it is first-gen hardware, but therefore you can get it really cheap in Europe.