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Ohhh shiny!

The Motorola Aura's skin is stainless steel with a textured pattern. Moto says it takes two weeks to make, sculpt, etch, and polish. We like the nifty clock design.

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Swivel to open

The Aura's circular display is unique in the cell phone world. It supports 16 million colors and has a 300dpi resolution. The aluminum keypad is a bit slippery, but it's certainly eye-catching.

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Choose your feature

The main menu has a circular design with a series of icons. Features include a 2-megapixel camera, a music player, Moto's CrystalTalk feature, and a speakerphone.

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See inside

A small window allows you to see the swivel mechanism. The swivel turns on 130 Swiss-designed precision ball bearings.

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In profile

The Aura has a slim profile. On the left spine you'll find the volume rocker and the Moto smart key.

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