Much like the iPhone, the Samsung Instinct features an expansive touch screen and a slim design.
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Though the Instinct's touch screen is quite large, we felt it could be just a bit bigger. Below the display sit the three touch controls.
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The camera shutter sits on the Instinct's right side, below the voice dialing button and the microSD card slot. The camera shutter also is used to pan through Web pages.
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The Instinct's camera and self-portrait mirror sit on its rear face.
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The Instinct's main menu consists of nine colorful icons representing the various functions.
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The Instinct's keyboard is easy to use but it might be cramped for some users.
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The Instinct shows off nicely in the hand.
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The Instinct has a solid construction and a sturdy feel in the hand.
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The portable Instinct travels well.
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The Instinct comes with a wealth of accessories.
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The Instinct's camera doesn't offer a flash.
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