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Phone Scoop takes an in-depth look at the Ocean 2 for Helio. Can this dual-sliding messaging phone surpass the original? With video tour.
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There's something to be said for sequels. The goal is always to supersede the original, but that's a feat rarely attained in Hollywood. While Virgin Mobile's Ocean 2 does offer up improvements compared to the original, it doesn't go quite far enough. Sure, it's thinner, but many of the features remain the same. Will those who live and die by Helio's services (such as Buddy Beacon) upgrade to the sequel?
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