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>> I am Nicole Lee, assistant editor for CNET.com and this is the LG tracks from AT&T. It is as you can see a very shiny phone, on the top here is the 1.3 mega pixel camera, on the bottom here it looks too strange, this row right here, this array of arrows and dots is actually the music player controls, open it up and you get a really nice 2.2 inch colorful display, it looks really good. And on the bottom here you get a really bad keypad in my opinion, all the keys are very tile like in feature, they are really flat and it is kind of hard to really differentiate one key from the other without really running your fingers over it. As far as features go this phone is really good. It has HSDPA technology which means it can download files very quickly, it also has AT&T videos share which means you can share live streaming video with your friends. It also has AT&T music, you can download music on the fly here as long as you have accounts with Napster and Yahoo. So overall it is really a full figure phone with a music player and a camera and Internet technology. We just wish the design a lot better. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the LG tracks from AT&T.
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