The Samsung Brightside isn't my all-time favorite feature phone, thanks to its exposed touch-screen menu, low-res screen, and laggy processor, but it is one option for Verizon customers.
Verizon shoots and misses with the Samsung Brightside, a lackluster feature phone with a high asking price compared with that of many smartphones.
If you really, really don't want to pay a recurring data fee to use a smartphone, the Samsung Brightside is one Verizon feature phone option.
It's been a long time since we've seen a feature phone like the Samsung Brightside, and we can't say we miss it.
Arriving on Verizon for $99.99, the Samsung Brightside offers wannabe-smartphone features and a slide-out QWERTY.
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