The OT-C560A is a basic candy bar phone with a VGA camera and a 65,000-color display. It's available in multiple colors, including red and gray. And like all of the company's new phones, it's only dualband (GSM 850/1900).
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The OT-E227A is a bare-bones flip phone lacking even an external display. It has a 65,000-color display and is designed in a variety of hues.
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The OT-E230A is a basic flip phone with a fuchsia color scheme and a swirled pattern on the front flap and keypad.
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The OT-C717A is a slider phone armed with Bluetooth, a music player with dedicated keys, and a 1.3-megapixel camera.
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The OT-C707A is basic phone cast in a variety of colorful, stylized designs. Features include Bluetooth, an external display, and a simple music player.
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The OT-E225A is a compact flip phone with a 4,000-color display, polyphonic ringtones, and light alerts on the front flap. It's available in three colors, including black.
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The OT-E101A is a candy bar phone designed for making calls. It comes in red and black and features a color background display and polyphonic ringtones.
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The OT-635A is a simple flip phone available in three colors, each with a distinctive pattern on the front flap. Inside you'll find a VGA camera.
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The OT-C820a has a slider design with a range of multimedia features including a music and video player and external music controls. Also inside is a microSD card slot, Bluetooth, and a 262,000-color display.
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The OT-E805A is a music-centric candy bar phone with a music player, a 3.5mm headset, dedicated music keys, and a microSD card slot.
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