Video Tour: Samsung Reclaim
Samsung teaches old plastics new tricks with the Reclaim, which is made from recycled materials. This QWERTY-equipped messaging phone runs Sprint's OneClick UI and has a few hardware surprises.
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Here is a video tour of the Samsung Reclaim. It is made from recycled plastics and other materials and the phone itself can be recycled when it has reached its end of life. You can watch Phone Scoop's video tour here:
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