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Motorola Evoke QA4

The Moto Evoke's 2.8-inch touch-screen is a little small for our tastes. The icon-based menu is intuitive, however. Just one physical control sits below the display while the keypad hides behind the sliding design. The keypad buttons are large, but also flat.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

The virtual QWERTY keybaord will be your primary interface for messages, notes and e-mails. It's relatively easy to use, but the display's small size means that few shortcut controls are available. Also, you must click through to a second keyboard for numeric keys.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

You also can tap out messages using the virtual dialpad. We'd rather use the physical keys, though.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

On the rear of the Evoke, you'll find the camera lens. We like the handset's smooth shape and curved ends.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

The Evoke has a relatively thin profile. It has a comfortable, solid feel in the hand.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

The Evoke has several widgets. You can cycle through them by swiping your finger across the display.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

Th weather widget lets you track conditions in several cities.

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Motorola Evoke QA4

The YouTube widget is comparable with its counterpart on the iPhone.

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