Sony Ericsson Idou

The Sony Ericsson Idou has an expansive touch screen.
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Sony Ericsson Idou

The Idou plays video in landscape mode.
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Sony Ericsson Idou

The Idou has an innovative photo gallery interface that resembles a filmstrip. You can swipe your finger to switch between shots.
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Sony Ericsson Idou

The Idou's 12.1-megapixel camera has a sliding lens cover. It has a flash, but no self-portrait mirror.
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Sony Ericsson Idou

The Idou casts a slim shadow. On its left spine are a volume rocker, a camera shutter, and a music-player control.
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Sony Ericsson Idou

The Idou's large display serves as the viewfinder for the camera. Touch controls let you use camera features.
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Sony Ericsson W995

The Sony Ericsson W995 slider design hides its numeric keypad.
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Sony Ericsson W995

The W995 offers a 2.6-inch display. As is typical with Sony Ericsson phones, the navigation array has a stylized design.
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Sony Ericsson W995

From behind, the W995 resembles a standalone camera. On the right side is the flip-out kickstand.
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Sony Ericsson W995

The W995's dedicated music controls sit on its spine next to the volume rocker.
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Sony Ericsson W995

One of the best things about the W995 is the 3.5mm headset jack.
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Sony Ericsson W995

We're also a big fan of the W995's kickstand.
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