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The Motorola Z9 is an attractive and well-constructed slider phone with a unique mahogany color.

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The Z9 has a lovely 262,000-color screen and a spacious navigation array.

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You don't need to open the Z9 to use the camera. The phone's main speaker sits at the bottom.

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The Z9's side buttons, including the volume control and the music shortcut, offer tactile feedback.

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The slim Z9 is just 0.54 inch thick.

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The Z9's keypad and navigation buttons are flush but tiny silver bumps make them rather tactile. Our only complaint was that the keypad surface was slippery and reflective.

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The Z9 slips easily into a pocket or bag.

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The Z9 has a wonderful solid feel in the hand.

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The lens for the 2-megapixel camera sits on the rear face of the Z9. There's a flash but no self-portrait mirror.

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The Z9's microSD card slot sits behind the battery cover next to the SIM card.

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