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Samsung Behold With 5MP Camera, Widgety TouchWiz UI First Impressions

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Samsung's Behold for T-Mobile—which we peeked a couple days ago—just plunked down at our doorstep with its five-megapixel Korea-power camera and TouchWiz UI. Off the bat, really like the easy-open battery door. It's the least trouble my clumsy fingers have ever had popping off the back of a phone. Don't like that the microSD card is buried behind it though—isn't this supposed to be a real deal camera phone?

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Touchscreen feels about as responsive as the Instinct, though I don't like how the key popups when you touch a letter on the QWERTY keyboard shoot off to the side. If you have a bigass thumb, you won't see what you're touching. Browser kind of meh, but fast, thanks to 3G. [Samsung Mobile]

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I don't understand why cellphones companies competes with each other by designing cellphones lookalike. For example LG Shine, Iphone, Meizu miniOne, Teclast T59, LG KE850, or Samsung Instinct. I think cellphones companies would do much better if they design cellphones that are different, unique, like that of Japanese cellphones.

I do think that Nokia is heading on the right track because of their cellphones are completely different then that of the iPhone wannabes.