The Admiral offers both a bright 3.1-inch touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard. This makes it an ideal phone for BlackBerry users who want to move to the Android platform.
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The phone's touch screen offers 480x640-pixel resolution, it's scratch-resistant, and even small-font text is very clear and easy to read.
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The portrait-orientation full QWERTY keyboard provides great tactile response and quick access to frequently used special symbols, such as @, #, $ or &.
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The phone's Direct Connect button on the side (below the volume rocker) offers instant connection to up to 20 DC-enabled users via the phone's push-to-talk feature.
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The phone's camera offers decent photo and video (720p) quality. It also includes a LED flash.
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The phone features Military Spec 810G trimmings, meaning it can withstand dust, shock, solar radiation, vibration, low pressure, and high and low temperatures. The phone's screen is also scratch-resistant. It's not water-resistant, unfortunately. Note how its standard 3.5mm headset port is covered by a rubber lid.
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The phone's image quality is very good when there's good lighting.
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When the lighting is low, it depends on the photographer to make the image look good.
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