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The Motorola W385 has the same basic shape as the Motorola Krzr K1m. Read full review
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The front face of the W385 shows its own style. Read full review
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Like the Krzr, the W385 has a skinny profile. Read full review
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The W385's rear face is covered in a rubbery material. Read full review
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The W385 doesn't call too much attention to itself. Read full review
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The W385's flat controls are similar to the Krzr's. Read full review
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The W385 fits easily into a pocket or bag. Read full review
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The W385 has a simple VGA camera without a flash. Read full review
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