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The Sony Ericsson Idou has an expansive touch screen.
The Idou plays video in landscape mode.
The Idou has an innovative photo gallery interface that resembles a filmstrip. You can swipe your finger to switch between shots.
The Idou's 12.1-megapixel camera has a sliding lens cover. It has a flash, but no self-portrait mirror.
The Idou casts a slim shadow. On its left spine are a volume rocker, a camera shutter, and a music-player control.
The Idou's large display serves as the viewfinder for the camera. Touch controls let you use camera features.
The Sony Ericsson W995 slider design hides its numeric keypad.
The W995 offers a 2.6-inch display. As is typical with Sony Ericsson phones, the navigation array has a stylized design.
From behind, the W995 resembles a standalone camera. On the right side is the flip-out kickstand.
The W995's dedicated music controls sit on its spine next to the volume rocker.
One of the best things about the W995 is the 3.5mm headset jack.
We're also a big fan of the W995's kickstand.