Picking out Plum devices

This year at CTIA, Plum made its trade show debut. While relatively unknown in the U.S., the small company hopes to change all that by showing a number of its most recent devices. All of the phones featured here, save for the Debut tablet, are dual-SIM devices.
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Plum: Caliber

The Caliber is the best selling 3G entry to midlevel feature phone for Plum and comes in white, black, and red.
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Plum: Orbit

Plum's Orbit is an Android device with a resistive touch screen and 2-megapixel camera on the back.
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Plum: Wicked 3G

The Wicked 3G by Plum has similar specs as the Orbit, but it can also be a hot spot for up to five devices.
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Plum: Capacity

Plum's Capacity has a 3.5-inch TFT capacitive touch screen and a 3.2-megapixel camera in the back.
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Plum: Might

With a 5-inch screen, the Might by Plum looks similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note, but it does not come with a stylus.
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Plum: Debut

The Debut by Plum has a 7-inch screen and a 5-megapixel camera in the back. In addition to being a tablet, it also makes phone calls and is designed to be used horizontally.
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