Fresh, yet familiar

It's a design you and I have both seen before, but the red accents and circular motif on the Huawei Pinnacle are easy on the eye.
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Interface

That's a proprietary OS you're looking at on the phone face, but the icons and menu system make this feature phone fun to use.
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Left side

That's the volume rocker you see on the left. The phone isn't particularly tall or fat, but it also isn't razor-thin.
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Camera

In this day and age, 1.3 megapixels won't take you far. In fact, just forget about the video capture.
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Charging port

You stick your charger into the port on the right side.
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In the hand

A soft-touch finish on the back makes it comfortable to hold.
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Studio shot

This typical studio shot isn't at all sharp.
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