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>> I'm Nicole Lee, Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the LG CF360 from AT&T. As you can see here it is a very slim slider phone from AT&T. Is a very nice black matte soft touch surface here, so it's very comfortable to hold. And the slider mechanism's pretty solid as well. On the front here is a 2-inch QVGA display that supports around 65,000 colors. Underneath that are the navigation keys. The directional keys, as you can see here, are a little bit more raised than the rest. Slide the phone up and you'll see the number keypad. It's very roomy. The keys are nice and big. It is a little bit flat, but there are enough textural differences between each key that it was easy to dial by feel. The CF360 is a midtier phone, so you'll see pretty normal features. It has a 1.3 mega pixel camera. You do get 3G and GPS, so you also get access to AT&T's range of broadband services. Overall the CF360 is a pretty simple slider phone with pretty simple features. It's around $30 after a 2-year contract. I'm Nicole Lee and this has been the LG CF360 from AT&T.
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