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The W760i has a classic Sony Ericsson slider design. Its clean lines and rounded edges made for an attractive phone.

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The W760 has a brilliant display and well-designed navigation controls. You can see the music controls and the speakers around the Talk and End/power keys.

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The W760i's Walkman control activates the music player.

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The W760i's bright yellow markings are visible in this rear view. The material below the camera lens is reflective.

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The W760i's keypad buttons are spacious, but we worried about their long-term durability.

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The W760i has a comfortable sturdy feel. Plus, it should win looks on the street.

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The compact W760i travels well.

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The W760's memory card slot is readily accessible on its top end.

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The W760is camera doesn't offer a flash or a self-portrait mirror.

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