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Motorola Surf A3100

The Surf A1300 has rounded edges and chrome detailing. To manipulate the touch screen, you can use the stylus, the trackball, or your finger.

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Motorola Surf display

The Surf's touch screen promises to be big and bright. Inside you'll find Windows Mobile 6.1, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a media player, and stereo Bluetooth.

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Motorola Surf A3100

The main menu interface makes Windows Mobile 6.1 a lot more intuitive. You can choose which icons you would like to appear.

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Motorola Surf A3100

The Surf has a virtual keyboard that you can use in portrait or landscape mode.

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Motorola Tundra VA76r

The Tundra is a rugged push-to-talk phone for AT&T. In true Moto style, it's certified to military specifications for shock, vibration, and moisture.

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Tussle with the Tundra

The Tundra looks durable in this front view. Other features include a 2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, assisted GPS, and a music player.

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Motorola Renew W233

The Moto Renew W233 is made from recycled water bottles. And, of course, it has a green shell.

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Renew your phone

The Renew's feature set is minimal. There's a VGA camera, a removable memory card slot, CrystalTalk, and personal-organizer options. Moto promises 9 hours of talk time.

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