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Motorola Crush

At first glance, you might think that the Motorola Crush is upside down. Instead of being below the touch screen, the call buttons and the shortcuts are at the top.

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Though unusual, the design changes make no difference in usability. The display is somewhat small, but we only noticed it when using the Web browser.

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Even the virtual keyboard is simple once you've used it a couple of times.

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The rear side of the Crush has a soft touch material. The camera lens rests at the bottom.

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The microSD card slot and controls for the camera and voice dialing feature sit on the Crush's right side.

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The Crush has a solid feel in the hand.

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The compact Crush travels well.

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The Crush's camera doesn't have a flash or self-portrait mirror.

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