The VX9400's swivel display gives it a unique design. Read full review
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When the swivel is closed, the VX9400 looks like an ordinary slider phone. Read full review
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The VX9400's rear face holds the camera lens and a rather poorly placed speaker. Read full review
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The VX9400 doesn't pretend to be thin. The microSD card slot is located on its left spine. Read full review
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The VX9400 slips easily into a bag. Read full review
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The VX9400 display is quite pretty, even when it's in the closed position. Read full review
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The VX9400's buttons are flat with the surface of the phone and a tad too slick. Read full review
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The VX9400's landscape display is great for watching video. The TV antenna rises just above. Read full review
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The VX9400's camera comes with a flash and a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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