The Katana Eclipse has an attractive sporty design. Its silver and mirror-finish chassis combined with the two LED indicators along the side make it look almost futuristic. Read full review
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The Katana Eclipse flips open to reveal a 2.0-inch display and an all-silver keypad. Read full review
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The Katana Eclipse is a slim clamshell handset. Read full review
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A shot of how the Katana Ecilpse looks when it's flipped open, and from the back. Read full review
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The Sanyo Katana Eclipse has external music player keys that help navigate the music player without opening the phone. However, they're pretty small and a little difficult to press. Read full review
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The Sanyo Katana Eclipse has a 1.3-megapixel camera. Read full review
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The Sanyo Katana Eclipse suffers from a flat and slippery keypad. Read full review
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The Sanyo Katana Eclipse is slim and compact with rounded edges, so it fits comfortably in the hand. Read full review
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The Sanyo Katana Eclipse is so small and lightweight that it fits in a jeans pocket easily. Read full review
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