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The square Motorola Flipout certainly has a unique design. Though common several years ago, the swivel feature is rarely seen anymore.
The Flipout's 2.8-inch display is much too small for a smartphone.
Likewise, the tiny keys on the virtual keyboard weren't worth the trouble.
On the other hand, the physical keyboard is spacious and comfortable.
When the Flipout is closed, the volume rocker sits on its top end. When you open the phone, however, it switches to the left side.
The camera lens and self-portrait mirror sit in the Flipout's top right corner.