Review: Samsung Strive
Samsung's latest Quick Messaging Phone for AT&T strives hard to offer a well-rounded set of features. It succeeds in some areas, and strikes out in others.
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The Samsung Strive is a low-cost phone that AT&T classifies as a 'quick messaging' device. Quick or not, it is a feature phone with a QWERTY keyboard that prioritizes messaging services such as SMS/MMS, IM, and email. The Strive handles messaging in stride, but skips a few steps with other, less fabulous features.
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