Yep, it's a touch screen

With a candy bar shape and an expansive display, it's obvious that the 5800 is a touch-screen phone.
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Take it for a spin

The 5800's menu interface has an intuitive grid format with icons.
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A camera or phone?

The 5800 looks like a camera from behind.
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On the side

The 5800 has three convenient controls on its right spine. A red stripe circles the perimeter of the phone.
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Using your thumbs

The 5800's keyboard is easy to use.
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Show it off

The sharp 5800 should snag a few looks on the street.
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A portable phone

The 5800 is on the big side, but it travels well.
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Stand up

The 5800 comes with a nifty stand for propping the phone on its side.
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Let there be light

The 5800 has a bright flash.
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