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The W380a is one few Sony Ericsson flip phones to offer a thin profile.

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The W380a features a small external display that's hidden when the backlighting is off. You'll also find the camera lens, a small speaker, and the external music controls.

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External controls on the W380a are few. There's a just a volume rocker on the right spine.

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A lock key sits on the W380a's rear face.

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The W380a slips easily into a pocket or bag.

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The W380a's keypad was spacious enough, but we didn't like its plastic feel.

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The W380a has a comfortable feel in the hand.

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The W380a's external music controls have a unique design. The Braille-like bumps give them a nice tactile feel.

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The W380a's camera lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror.

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