Samsung 'Tocco' wants to be touched
It's smaller than other touch-screen phones and thin too, but it feels very solid because of its metal casing.
"Tocco" isn't a taco gone wrong: It's the Italian word for touch, and Samsung has seen fit to use it as the name of its latest touch-screen phone. Bene! Previously known as the Samsung F480,bella down at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year and thoroughly approved.
The Samsung Tocco is smaller thanand thin too, but it feels very solid because of its metal casing. Its screen is responsive and vibrating feedback ensures you know when you've clicked something.
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