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The Overture looks a lot like almost every other Android phone, but it isn't too small and it's easy to use. Read full review
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MSRP: $149.99

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It also has a solid feel in the hand. The big volume rocker is on the left spine. Read full review
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The Overture has a standard icon-based menu design. Read full review
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On the back cover is a textured material that sort of looks like leather. Read full review
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The camera lens, flash, and speaker are in the top center of the back cover. Read full review
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The power control and 3.5mm headset jack are next to each other on handset's top side. Read full review
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The Overture is small enough to fit in your pocket. Read full review
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