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Review: Samsung Impression

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The Impression uses a resistive touch screen matched with Samsung's TouchWiz user interface. The screen works well enough. The strength of the haptics can be controlled by the end user, and I found it had fewer false positives than other Samsung touch-phones. Even though it's an improvement over devices such as the first Instinct and Glyde, I still feel like the resistive touch screen is a bit finicky.

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