Review: Samsung Sunburst
Jun 9, 2010, 11:09 PM by Philip Berne
The Samsung Sunburst is a happy little tablet phone on AT&T. It's features Samsung's TouchWIZ interface and loads of home screen widgets. Can it get by on a wink and a smile?
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Is It Your Type?
The Samsung Sunburst is a cute little tablet phone with a wide grin on its face. While it doesn't stand out in terms of features, AT&T and Samsung are relying on its style and small size to win fans. The Sunburst gets the full TouchWIZ treatment, using Samsung's touch-friendly interface, but lacks some of the skills of its big brother, the Samsung Solstice. Do you need faster networking to enjoy the touchscreen experience?
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