More than meets the eye

The Rumor2 offers a full QWERTY keyboard for composing messages and e-mails.
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Hide away

But when the phone is closed you wouldn't know that the keyboard is there. The Rumor2 comes in basic black.
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From behind

The camera lens sits on the Rumor2's rear side. You can replace the decorated rear cover with a plain cover.
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In profile

The Rumor's volume rockers and camera button are located on its left spine.
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Tap dance

The Rumor2 offers a roomy keyboard with tactile buttons.
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On the go

The Rumor2 is a tad big, but it fits in a pocket.
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Show it off

The Rumor2 has a comfortable feel in the hand.
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Bonus buttons

The Rumor2 adds a fourth row of dedicated number keys.
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The Rumor2 lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror.
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