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.

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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