Sony Ericsson W995a

The W995s is rather boxy, but it's not unattractive. It comes in back, red, and silver.
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The W995a has a lovely, vibrant display. The navigation keys have a good design.
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The W995 resembles a camera from behind. The flash and lens sit above the kickstand.
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Use the kickstand to prop the W995a on a table. It's a convenient way to watch videos without holding the phone.
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On the W995's left spine, you'll find Walkman player controls and a camera shutter. Between them is the tiny volume rocker.
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The W995's keypad buttons didn't feel very sturdy. Also, they're rather slippery.
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The compact W995a travels well.
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Outside of the keypad buttons, the W995a feels solid.
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The W995a's camera includes a flash, but no self-portrait mirror.
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