This is an inexpensive, consumer-oriented messaging phone from Verizon. Its dual-hinge design allows it to flip open with the keyboard in either a horizontal or portrait orientation. What sets it apart from the pack is its E-Ink keyboard, so what’s displayed on the keys can rotate as the device changes orientation.
- E-Ink Keyboard changes to suit user's needs
- Good display
- Thin and light
- Worse than average camera
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