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The LG Trax flip phone has a rather boxy style with angled corners.
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The LG Trax has a shiny metallic front with a mirrored surface that doubles as an external screen.
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The LG Trax is one skinny phone, making it quite lightweight as well.
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The LG Trax has a 1.3-megapixel camera lens above the external screen.
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The LG Trax has a strange, skinny touchpad for the phone's external music controls. The left angle brackets act as the rewind/previous track key, the middle five dots act as the play/pause keys, and the right angle brackets act as the fast forward/next track key.
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The LG Trax's slim and lightweight profile is easy on the hand.
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The LG Trax has tile-like buttons that are rather flat and flush to the surface of the phone.
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The LG Trax slides easily in and out of pockets.
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