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The W350a definitely is a candy bar phone, but its protective flap over the keypad gives it the feeling of a flip phone.

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When the flap is closed, the W350a resembles an MP3 player. Notice the dedicated Walkman keys on the exterior of the flap.

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The W350a is less than half an inch thick. The tiny Walkman player shortcut sits at the top of the left spine.

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The camera lens and speaker sit in the rear side of the W350a.

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We didn't like the W350a's slippery keypad.

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The W350a has a rather flimsy feel.

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The W350a slides comfortably into a pocket.

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The W350a's memory card slot is located behind the battery cover.

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The W350a's camera lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror.

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