>> Kent: Hi, I'm Kent German, Senior Editor here at CNET.com. Today we're gonna take a first look at the Nokia Mural; this is a new phone for AT&T service. It's always nice to see a Nokia phone land at a U.S. carrier. And from the outside this one is pretty attractive, very shiny, very silver, it has a nice slim design, has some unusual touches. The external display's hidden so that means when the backlighting is off it's not visible. Also have some glowing lights that will appear down here and here you can customize those, and dedicated music controls at the bottom of the flip. Inside the phone, nice display, really bright and colorful, easy-to-use menus, great, you can navigate around. Navigation keys and controls like with a lot of flip phones they are flat. One thing that it was missing is actually a dedicated clear button. When you're in the menus you have to use one of the soft keys. For some reason my finger kept going and trying to press this music button as a clear button, so I'd really like a dedicated back button most of the time, so one thing that I wasn't crazy about. Inside has a decent feature set you'll find a music player so you can download songs from partners using AT&T's service. You'll find Bluetooth, personal organizer, speaker phone, GPS for AT&T navigators, nothing really high-end but very functional features for most people. Also a megapixel camera and you can see the lens right back here. There is no flash and though there's no dedicated self-portrait mirror the back is so reflective that you can use it as a giant mirror. Pretty stylish [inaudible] producing features and it's always nice to see a Nokia land any of the major carriers. I'm Kent German and this is the Nokia Mural for AT&T.
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