The W880i has a very slim and lightweight design. Read full review
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The W880i's right spine holds the Walkman music player control, the charger port, and the MicroSD card slot. Read full review
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The camera lens and the only speaker are on the W880's rear face. Read full review
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The W880i sports a distinctive look. Read full review
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The W880i is extremely portable. Read full review
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We were not impressed with the W880i's tiny, frustrating keypad. We didn't love the navigation controls, either. Read full review
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Though the keypad was usable for dialing phone numbers, it was terrible for typing text messages and playing games. Read full review
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The camera doesn't offer a flash or a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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