Samsung Sunburst

The Sunburst has rounded edges and a pebble-like design. Since your primary interface will be the touch screen, the Sunburst has just three physical controls below the display. The menu uses simple icons.
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Samsung Sunburst

The phone dialer features large touch controls. The text should be big enough for most users.
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Samsung Sunburst

The Sunburst has a virtual keyboard for messaging.
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Samsung Sunburst

On the left spine are the volume rocker and microSD card slot.
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Samsung Sunburst

The camera lens and a small speaker sit on the rear face.
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Samsung Strive

The Strive is a slider phone with a standard display. The navigation controls are spacious.
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Samsung Strive

Slide up the front to reveal the four-row alphanumeric keyboard. The buttons are a tad cramped, but we suppose you'd get used to them.
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Samsung Strive

The Strive also comes in purple.
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Samsung Strive

On the left spine of the trim Strive you'll find the volume rocker.
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Samsung Strive

The camera lens is on the upper left corner of the Strive's rear face.
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