The 5700 looks like a traditional candy bar phone. Read full review
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With the keypad showing, you can use the 5700 to phone your friends. Read full review
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But by turning the base 180 degrees, you activate the music player. Read full review
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The music player buttons are quite big, though they are somewhat slick. Read full review
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The 5700's keypad buttons are easy to use. Read full review
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The 5700 has stereo speakers and a side-mounted volume rocker. Read full review
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By twisting the base, you can activate the camera. Read full review
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The 5700 is a little bit big. Read full review
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The 5700 fits into a bag easily. Read full review
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