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Sweet, sweet Jelly Bean

Small enough to grip

Camera but no Kevlar on back

Pick a card slot

Headphone jack up top

Volume and power

A modest camera app

Costing a tempting $99.99 (with two-year contract) on U.S. Cellular, the Motorola Electrify M packs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean into a very small frame. Its 4.3-inch AMOLED screen is also colorful but offers a low qHD resolution.
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The Motorola Electrify M is compact enough to grip easily. It should also pose no problem squeezing into bags and tight pockets.
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On the Motorola Electrify M's back side, you'll find its 8MP camera and LED flash but unlike the Droid Razr M, there's no Kevlar coating here.
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On the Motorola Electrify M's left side sits slots for micro SD and SIM cards (under a flap). Also placed here is a Micro-USB port.
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Like many phones these days, the Motorola Electrify M features a 3.5mm headphone jack on its top edge.
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You'll find volume and power controls for the Motorola Electrify M running along its right edge.
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The Motorola Electrify M's camera has some useful scene modes and filters to choose from but can't match the amount of features on Samsung and HTC handsets.
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