The Admire barely differs from other basic Android phones. Yet, the rounded edges give it a bit of style.
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The 3.5-inch touch display is relatively bright and colorful, though it's not quite as sharp as some of the higher-end Android phones.
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The Admire is heavier than it looks, though the plastic skin feels rather flimsy.
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The virtual keyboard shows all the hallmarks of Gingerbread, including the improved cut-and-paste interface. You can use Swype for text input if you wish.
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The sides of the trim Admire have a textured pattern for easy gripping.
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The camera lens and single speaker sit on the rear side of the Admire.
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