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Motorola Barrage

The Barrage has a tough exterior that can withstand the elements.
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The Barrage's external display allows you to access the music player with the dedicated controls just below.
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The battery cover has a rubber surface. The locking mechanism will keep water out of the battery.
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On the right spine you'll find the Micro-USB port, volume rocker, and push-to-talk button.
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The Barrage's navigation array and keypad buttons are spacious and comfortable.
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The Barrage has a solid feel in the hand.
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The Barrage is chunky, but it travels well.
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The Barrage's camera lens sits above the external display, which doubles as a self-portrait viewfinder.
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