Samsung Axle

The Samsung Axle is a close relative of the Samsung Byline.
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The Axle has a glossy mirrored face and a deep green hue.
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The Axle has a simple flip phone design.
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The Axle's volume rocker rests on its left spine.
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The Axle's control and keypad are comfortable and easy to use.
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The Axle's plastic skin won't withstand a lot of blows, but it fits nicely in the hand.
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The compact Axle travels well.
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The Axle's VGA camera lacks a flash, but you can use the external display for self-portraits.
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