The Sony Ericsson W580i has an attractive slider design. Read full review
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The W580i's display could be a tad bigger, but it has a vivid resolution. Read full review
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The W580i has a thin volume rocker on its left spine. Read full review
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Sliding up the W580's front face exposes the camera lens. Read full review
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The W580i's keypad is flat and rather squashed together. Read full review
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The W580i is rather eye-catching. Read full review
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The slim W580i travels well. Read full review
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The W580i's navigation toggle is tactile and has blue backlighting. Read full review
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The W580i's camera doesn't come with a flash or a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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