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The Armani is an elegant and compact touch-screen handset that is emblematic of its fashion house branding. Read full review
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The Armani is a full touch-screen phone, meaning you have to use an onscreen dial pad to dial as well as text. Read full review
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At around 0.4 inch thick, the Armani is one of the slimmest phones around. Read full review
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The Armani has a 3-megapixel camera, but it unfortunately did not result in good photo quality. Read full review
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The Armani is svelte enough to fit neatly in the hand. Read full review
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The Armani is compact enough to fit easily in the front jeans pocket. Read full review
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