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When closed, the Slide doesn't look very similar to the Sidekick LX.
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The display slides open to reveal the full keyboard. The keys have a different design than on the LX, but they're still easy to use.
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On its rear side, the Slide has the camera lens and a prominent Moto logo.
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Unlike the LX's swivel display, the Slide's screen does not tilt forward in the open position.
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The Nokia 5310 (right) and 5610 Xpress Music both sport sharp designs.
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The 5610 has a slider design while the 5310 is a thin candy bar model.
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The Motorola U9 has rounded edges like the former Moto Pebl. Behind its glossy front face is a hidden external display.
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The U9 has a nontraditional hinge design where the front flap rests behind the rear flip when the phone is open.
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On the inside, the U9 has flat keys and a somewhat small display.
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Motorola's Razr2 V8 Luxury edition has a gold-plated interior.
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Meanwhile the exterior has more gold plating.
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And on its rear face, the Razr2 V8 has faux leather skin.
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