Sleek finish is everywhere and it comes to the fore in the black body version. The second color is white matte with blue elements. Both are nice, but the design resembles Nokia phones of 2009 and not the modern models.
The dimensions of the handset are 101.2x48.5x14.25 mm (3.98"x1.90"x0.56") and it weighs 114 g (4.02 oz). It is comfortable to hold, the slider mechanism works well, though you need an extra push to open it.
The lower part of the body near the keypad features a light emitting edging. You can choose any color, which is nice and it was used only on several Nokia models before. The edging is visible no matter whether the phone is opened or closed. It resembles a semicircle. During the call the rhythmical backlight is activated.
On the right side we have a dual volume control button accompanied below by the keypad lock slider. The front of the device boasts three sensor buttons responsible for the player. The top of the model has a 2 mm jack for the charger, microUSB for the synchronization and a 3.5 mm headset jack.
The handset features a 2.4" screen with QVGA (240x320) resolution. This TFT display offers up to 16 million colors, which are bright and tasty. The screen fits up to 9 text lines and 3 service lines. In separate modes you can squeeze in up to 16 lines. The fonts are legible and while in the sun the screen fades away you can still read from it.