Petite, AT&T Fusion

The AT&T Fusion is an off-contract Android 2.3 selling for $150, about half the price of higher-end prepaid smartphones.
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Apps

AT&T and Huawei load up the phone with productivity and account management apps, in addition to Google's own services.
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Specs

The 3.5-inch screen is on the smaller side by today's accounts, but the Swype virtual keyboard may help combat the cramping.
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Camera

The 3.2-megapixel camera produced duller photos, though some outdoor shots were definitely usable.
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Top view

Here's a closer look at the top of the phone, including a 3.5 millimeter headset jack.
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Bottom view

The charger housing is located on the bottom of the phone.
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