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The Nokia 6263 looks a lot like T-Mobile's earlier Nokia 6133. Read full review
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The 6263 adds external music controls below the external display. Read full review
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The 6263's music keys are large and tactile. Read full review
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The 6263's microSD card slot is located conveniently on its left spine. Read full review
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As indicated by the icon on its rear face, the 6263 supports T-Mobile's MyFaves service. Read full review
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The 6263 slips easily into a pocket. Read full review
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The 6263 isn't the most stylish cell phone around but it's functional and easy to use. Read full review
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The 6263's keypad is much improved over the 6133's. Read full review
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