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The Soul's slider design is sleek and eye-catching, but it's also solidly constructed.

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The Soul has a brilliant, colorful display. The secondary camera for video calling sits just above the screen, while the touchpad rests just below it. You also can see the soft keys and calling controls.

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The Soul has a thin profile. The camera shutter sits on the right spine above the memory card slot.

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The Soul has a metal rear cover. The camera lens is exposed only when the phone is open.

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In standby mode, the Soul's touchpad features shortcut icons and a menu control.

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But when you're in a menu, the touchpad icons become arrows and an OK control.

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We also liked the Soul's keypad buttons.

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The Soul shows off nicely.

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The Soul fits easily in a pocket or bag.

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The Soul's camera offers a flash and a self-portrait mirror.

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