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Packed in a tough plastic shell with rubber sidings, the durable Sanyo Taho is built to take a few blows.

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The Taho isn't stylish by any means, but we appreciate its industrial look. Above the monochrome display is the large speaker.

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The Taho has a comfortable feel in the hand, and we like the spacious and easy-to-use controls.

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You can give the rugged Taho a shower or even dunk it in water for up to a half hour.

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The volume rocker, speakerphone control, and Micro-USB port sit on its left spine. The latter is protected by a rubber flap.

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The camera lens and flash sit on its rear side. A ring around the lens protects it when the phone is resting on a table. Also, you'll need to open the locking switch at the bottom of the battery cover to access the battery and microSD memory card.

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