Review: Samsung Juke
The Juke is an MP3 player first and a phone second. Music playback sounds great, but do the phone calls?
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The Samsung Juke is definitely not for everyone. With its odd shape, switchblade operation and focus on being a music player, it will only be a good fit for a certain breed of users, especially those more interested in an MP3 player than a phone. Are its strengths enough to outweigh its oddities?
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looks like a piece of crap