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Motorola Evoke QA4

The Evoke's slider design hides its alphanumeric keypad.
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We liked the Evoke's oval shape and the soft-touch material on its back cover.
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The Evoke's tactile volume rocker sits on its left spine.
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The Evoke's icon-based menu is intuitive and well-organized.
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The Evoke has a virtual keyboard for messages and e-mail.
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Yet, the display's small size means that the keyboard feels a bit crowded.
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Google QuickSearch is just one of the Evoke's convenient applications.
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The compact Evoke travels well.
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The Evoke's camera lens sits on its rear face. It lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror.
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