A more rounded (literally; no sharp corners) design than the AF1, you may have been fooled into thinking Olympus was on a journey back towards pebble-like XA territory with the AF-10; but no, Olympus compact design was due to go completely tits-up with the Mju II.
A step up from the AF1 is a flash control switch (which resets to auto when you close the clamshell). A step down is the speed of the lens; 3.5 compared to the AF1’s 2.8.
Solid, beautifully designed and super-small. The clamshell is a thing of beauty; slide back the cover and you are good to go. Close it and the camera is off and the lens protected. And it is such a pleasing shape and texture.