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The Travel Phone doesn't offer an original design. In fact, it copies many elements of a Sony Ericsson Walkman handset.

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The curved ends and trim profile are Walkman phone design elements.

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On the other hand, the Travel Phone's display can't compare with a Sony Ericsson handset. It's serviceable, but the color resolution is low.

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The camera lens and speaker sit in on the Travel Phone's rear side. Despite what's printed around the lens, the handset's shooter is VGA and not 8 megapixels.

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You'll need to remove the Travel Phone's battery to access the two SIM card slots and the microSD card slot. Note also the antenna for the TV app and the imitation Sony Ericsson "Walkman" logo.

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The slim Travel Phone slips neatly into a pocket.

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