The red-and-black Puma Phone has a unique and eye-catching style. Red stripes below the display compliment the red wallpaper.
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The Puma Phone has three home screens that display apps in a simple grid design. Pictured here is the menu for the various sporting apps like the GPS trackers for running and biking (top row), the compass (middle left), and the stopwatch (bottom right).
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The Puma Phone felt solid in the hand, though the plastic skin was a bit slippery.
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The virtual keyboard is too small to comfortably type long messages. What's more, it didn't help that the display wasn't always accurate.
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The solar panel dominates the Puma Phone's rear face.
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The camera shutter and volume rocker sit on the right spine.
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