Review: Samsung Behold
Samsung delivers a 5 megapixel shooter with touch input for T-Mobile. The TouchWiz user interface works well. Find out if the other features do, too.
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For T-Mobile customers feeling a little left out of the touchscreen phone craze, now there is something to get excited about. The Samsung Behold has arrived with a five megapixel camera and Samsung's wiz-bang TouchWiz user interface.
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This phone sucks. The instinct beats T-mobile and Sprint everyday. The Instinct is much faster. I HATE T-MOBILE!!!!
jeez.... pay your bill.
this is pretty much the instinct...