The Samsung BlackJack boasts an undeniably sexy black casing that'll look good whether you're in the boardroom or out on a night in town. Its sharp display is also great for watching videos. Read full review
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At 4.4x2.3x0.6 inches and 3.5 ounces, the BlackJack is one of the thinnest and lightest smart phones we've seen to date. Read full review
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The left and right sides of the Samsung BlackJack host a bevy of controls, including a trackwheel, a volume controller, and a Back button. Read full review
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Like the T-Mobile Dash, the BlackJack has a soft-touch finish that makes the smart phone easy to grip. It also has a solid construction and feels comfortable to use as a phone. Read full review
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This sleek device should have no problem slipping right into your purse or pants pocket. Read full review
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Unfortunately, we thought the navigation array on the BlackJack was too cramped, and we often pressed the wrong button, which was quite frustrating. Read full review
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The Samsung BlackJack sports a 1.3-megapixel camera with video-recording capabilities, and we were quite impressed by the camera phone's photo quality. Read full review
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Like BlackBerrys, the device has a thumb wheel and a Back button on the right side for one-handed navigation. Unlike a BlackBerry, it also has a Micro SD expansion slot. Read full review
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The BlackJack's QWERTY keyboard is a bit more cramped than the Motorola Q's but still usable. The number keys for dialing are highlighted in gray for easy identification. Read full review
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Sorry, Moto Q, the BlackJack beats you to the thin punch. Read full review
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