The Motorola Z10 features a 3.2-megapixel camera that shoots high-resolution video. It also sports Moto's unique "kick slide" design.
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That stylish Rokr E8 offers a digital music player and a 2-megapixel camera. But its real innovation lies with its keypad morphing technology. The touch controls also offer tactile feedback.
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When you switch the E8 to music mode, the backlighting changes to illuminate only the music controls. Meanwhile, the keypad buttons go dark.
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Likewise in camera mode, only the camera controls are backlit.
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Samsung's answer to the Nokia N95, the SGH-G800, offers a 5-megapixel camera and an optical zoom.
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With a flash and a sliding lens cover, the Nokia N95 looks like a camera when viewed from behind.
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Samsung's Armani phone offers a sleek design with an expansive touch screen.
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The SGH-i450 is a music-centric phone with a full digital music player, a 3.5mm headset jack, and Bang & Olufsen speakers. The dual-slider design also offers a touch wheel for menu navigation.
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The W760 is a high-end Walkman phone with an attractive slider design. It supports three 3G bands and four GSM bands, making it a super world phone.
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The Z555 offers a unique "Gesture Control" sensor. By waving your hand over the phone's front face, you can silence the ringer when a call comes in and you can put the alarm clock in snooze mode.
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The W350 is an entry-level Walkman phone with a 1.3-megapixel camera. The dedicated music controls sit on a front flap, which folds down to expose the numeric keypad.
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