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The Gravity Q's simple slider design was born a decade ago, but it remains uncomplicated and extremely user-friendly. Read full review
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Even on this small phone, the Gravity's Q's keyboard is large and quite comfortable to use. Read full review
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Three touch controls sit at the bottom of the Gravity Q's 3-inch display. The handset has one physical control, a Clear/Back button, just below. Read full review
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The display's size isn't as much of a problem as its low resolution. Read full review
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On the left side of the Gravity Q are the volume rocker and the microSD card slot. Read full review
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The slot can take cards up to 32GB, but you shouldn't need that much space on such a basic phone. Read full review
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Down below is the Micro-USB charger port. Read full review
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The camera lens is on the Gravity Q's rear side next to the speaker. Read full review
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