AT&T Quickfire

The AT&T Quickfire has both a touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging. Read full review
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Quick list

When you press the center shortcuts key, it brings up this "Quick List" that lists a few shortcuts to frequently used applications. Read full review
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MicroSD card

The AT&T Quickfire has both the microSD-card slot and the charger jack under the same pull-out tab. Next to that is the power/screen lock key. Read full review
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1.3-megapixel camera

The AT&T Quickfire has a 1.3-megapixel camera lens on the back next to a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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Roomy keyboard

The AT&T Quickfire has a roomy keyboard, perfect for typing out quick text messages. Read full review
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Hefty in the hand

The AT&T Quickfire is rather heavy, thanks to its bulky shape and size. Read full review
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Bulky

The AT&T Quickfire is bulky because of the slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Read full review
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Barely fits in pocket

The AT&T Quickfire barely fits in the pocket, so we would recommend it be placed in a bag. Read full review
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