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The K850i shows off its signature Sony Ericsson candy bar design.

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The K850i has a bright, vibrant display.

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From behind, the K850i looks like a camera.

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The K850i has a number of controls on its right spine, below the volume rocker and dedicated camera buttons. We liked the green stripe around the edge of the phone.

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The K850i sparkles in your hand.

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The K850i slips into a pocket or bag with room to spare.

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Though they're tactile, the K850i's keypad buttons are too small.

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The K850i has an unusual navigation array. A green rectangle serves as the navigation toggle, and touch controls (marked by the tiny white lines) rest just below the display. Unfortunately, it's not the most efficient arrangement.

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The bottom end of the K850i folds down to reveal the SIM and memory card slots.

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The K850i has a sliding lens cover and a bright flash.

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