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LG Neon

The Neon offers a full keyboard in a slider design. And of course, it sports a bright neon color.

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LG Xenon

The Xenon isn't as flashy as the Neon, but it offers many of the same features.

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Nokia E71x

The E71x is a low-end E-series phone. It costs just $99.

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Samsung Magnet

The Magnet is a basic messaging phone. It offers messaging and organizer features.

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Samsung Magnet

The Magnet's bright orange color is unique. On the rear side is the camera lens.

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Samsung Magnet

The Magnet has a slim design.

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Samsun Propel Pro

The Propel Pro is a Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, and a 3-megapixel auto-focus camera.

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Samsun Propel Pro

Just slide up the Propel Pro's front face to expose the keyboard.

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Samsun Propel Pro

On the Propel Pro's rear face is the camera lens and flash. It doesn't have a self-portrait mirror.

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Samsung Impression

The Impression has a large 3.2-inch display.

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Samsung Impression

The slider design hides the full keyboard. Features include a 3-megapixel camera, a full HTML browser, Bluetooth, Samsung's TouchWiz interface, 3G support with access to Cellular Video and AT&T Music, a personal organizer, AT&T Navigator, and a speakerphone.

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Samsung Impression

On the Impression's rear side you'll find the camera lens and speaker.

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