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The Razzle is a bit small for a QWERTY phone, but it uses its real estate efficiently. Features include a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, a music player, and a memory card slot.
But wait...there's more. The bottom half of the Razzle twists 180 degrees.
The navigation array stays below as you rotate the Razzle. We like its spacious design.
On the rear side of the bottom half you'll find dedicated music controls and stereo speakers.
When the QWERY keyboard is facing front, the bottom half of the phone is tilted forward. It's a minor touch, but it can make for a more ergonomic feel while typing.
The TXT8026 is similar to Cricket's TXYM8. It has a squat design with a small display, but a spacious keyboard.
The front half of the TXT8026 slides up to reveal a QWERTY keyboard.