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The Sprint Highnote is a music-centric cell phone that offers a nice display and a nifty scroll-wheel control. It comes in blue, shown here, and red.
The Highnote has a dual slider design. Slide it up to expose the keypad.
Slide the Highnote down to show the stereo speakers.
Even without the slide-out alphabetic keyboard, the Rant looks a lot like the former LG Rumor. Here it is in red, but it also comes in purple and black.
The Rant's keyboard has a spacious, accessible feel. When you slide it out, the display rotates automatically to a landscape orientation.
Like all the good iDEN phones before it, the durable Motorola i576 bears all the hallmarks of a Nextel device.
The rugged design meets military specifications for dust, rain, shock, vibration, low and high temperature, and solar radiation.
The square LG Lotus certainly has a unique shape. It comes in the flashy purple design, pictured here, and in black.
The full alphabetic keyboard is the reason for the Lotus' funky shape.
The purple version of the Rant will be exclusive to Best Buy,
Sprint is positioning purple as the new hot color for cell phones.