The attractive Nokia Luna has a unique slider design. Read full review
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In the Luna's closed position its keypad is hidden behind a glass cover. Read full review
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The Luna's volume rocker rests on its left spine. We just wish it were easier to use. Read full review
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The Luna's camera is located on the rear side of the phone. You must have the slider open to take photos. Read full review
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The Luna should catch a few looks in the street. Read full review
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Though the Luna is weighty, you still can carry it in a pocket. Read full review
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The Luna's keypad has a poor design. Read full review
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The Luna's camera doesn't offer a flash or a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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