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"Latch" Question What do you mean by the "latch"? On the w580i, you push the SIM card into its slot and it locked in place. The battery is then placed in the phone against the SIM slot. There is no latch that I can see. Can you explain? Thanks!

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A latch is where you put a strap, it's weird i know, just push the sim card in...simple :)

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