The Motorola W755 looks a lot like the Razr family. Read full review
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The W755 has a sturdy construction, and we like the silver touches on its exterior. Also, notice how in the open position the hinge folds behind the phone's rear face. Read full review
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The W755 is slim. On its right spine you'll find the volume rocker and the mini USB port. Read full review
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A soft-touch material covers the W755. Read full review
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The W755 has a comfortable feel in the hand. Read full review
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The W755 slides comfortably into a pocket. Read full review
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The W755's control have a spacious, easy-to-use design. Read full review
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The W755 features handy exterior touch controls for its music player, Bluetooth, and silent mode. Read full review
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The W755's camera lacks a flash. Read full review
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