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The Motorola U9 offers a new take on the curvy design first seen on the Motorola Pebl U6. Read full review
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The U9 is covered in a glossy plastic material. It's pretty, but we worry about its long-term durability. Also, the U9 external display is hidden behind its glossy front face so it's visible only when the backlight is on. Read full review
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The U9 casts a slim shadow. Read full review
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The U9's rear face is covered in a soft touch material. The single speaker rests at bottom center. Read full review
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The U9's keypad and controls were flush and a bit slippery. Read full review
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The U9 has a comfortable, solid feel in the hand. Read full review
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The slim U9 travels well. Read full review
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The U9's memory card slot is stashed behind its battery. Read full review
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The camera lens sits just above the display. It lacks a flash. Read full review
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