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The Sony Ericsson has a minimalist design, but we like the sleek lines and glossy, black skin. Read full review
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The TM506's tiny, monochrome display wasn't very useful. Read full review
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The TM506 has a thin profile with a readily accessible memory-card slot. Read full review
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The tiny speaker on the TM506's rear face wasn't very powerful. It sits next to an amber-hued ring. Read full review
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The TM506's keypad and controls have a unique design, but we were wary of them at first. Though they're flush, they're also spacious. Read full review
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The TM506 is lightweight but it has a comfortable, solid feel in the hand. Read full review
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The TM506 fits neatly in a bag. Read full review
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The TM506's camera doesn't offer a flash. Read full review
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