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The Instinct looks a bit like a certain phone from Apple.

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The Instinct's menu interface feature a selection of tiled icons. The touch controls sit just below the display.

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The Instinct has a user-programmable favorites menu.

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The Instinct's onscreen keypad is used for making calls. To place a call, you press the green Talk button while a sliding bar for ending calls helps you avoid accidental hang-ups.

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The Instinct's alphabetic keyboard has a landscape orientation.

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The Instinct's music player features album art.

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Photos taken with the Instinct's camera appear as tiles in the camera menu.

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The Instinct has full GPS capabilities through Sprint Navigation.

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The Instinct features a full HTML browser.

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The Instinct is less than half of an inch thick.

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The Instinct offers voice commands and dialing.

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The Instinct's rear face is fairly plain except for the camera lens and a flash way up in the corner.

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