Sony Ericsson W395

The Sony Ericsson W995 has a fairly standard design for a Sony Ericsson phone. A navigation array with circular keys sits below the navigation array.
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Sony Ericsson W395

Slide up the handset to show the keypad. We found it to be a little slippery during our brief test.
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Sony Ericsson W395

There's not much on the left spine except the proprietary headset jack.
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Sony Ericsson W395

The camera lens sits on the rear face of the phone. The back of the slider has a purple color.
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Sony Ericsson C903

The C903 is a rectangular slider phone. It also features a sharp display, but we were divided on the controls. Though the navigation array is relatively spacious, the keypad was somewhat cramped. The camera lens on the rear side has a sliding cover.
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Sony Ericsson C903

The Sony Ericsson C903 slides closed to a compact shape.
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Sony Ericsson C903

The C903 has a dedicated shutter for snapping photos with the 5-megapixel camera.
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