The Ming has a unique design for a smartphone. Read full review
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The Ming's transparent protective cover has a smoky gray color. Read full review
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The Ming's camera and speaker are on its rear face. Our review model had an attractive, dark red color scheme. Read full review
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The Ming's right spine holds its volume controls and its headset jack. Read full review
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The Ming uses a touch screen as its primary interface. Read full review
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The Ming's compact dimensions make it portable. Read full review
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The Ming has a comfortable feel in the hand. Read full review
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The Ming's camera has a macro switch and a self-portrait mirror, but it lacks a flash. Read full review
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The Ming's MicroSD card slot is stashed behind the battery. Read full review
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