Tough for the tundra

The Moto Tundra VA76r has a rugged, durable design that should withstand the elements and the occasional bump and bruise.
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Front and center

The Tundra's external display is small but colorful. Its external antenna is unique among GSM phones.
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From behind

The Tundra has rubber sidings around its edges.
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On the side

The Tundra's volume rocker and push-to-talk button sit on its left spine.
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Cool controls

The Tundra's navigation array and keypad buttons have a tactile, user-friendly design.
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Show it off

The Tundra has a comfortable, solid feel in the hand.
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Take it away

The Tundra is a bit hefty, but it still fits in a pocket.
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Your best shot

The Tundra's camera lacks a flash.
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