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You'd never guess that ZTE makes the AT&T F160, but it's true. The Chinese handset-maker's mark is all over this phone in its tall, slim design.
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Although the dialpad isn't as conducive to composing long e-mails and missives as a QWERTY keyboard, the predictive text and snappy responsiveness of the keys makes it user-friendly regardless.
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The soft-touch finish feels great in the hand, but the plush back cover needs popping off before you can access the microSD card below.
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ZTE enjoys making slim phones, and the F160 is no exception.
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This photo in our lab is the best picture we took with the F160's 3-megapixel camera. Other indoor shots appeared grainy and dark.
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