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Consider buying the Samsung Freeform 5 if you really need a QWERTY feature phone, but rival handsets will get you about the same experience for less.
If you're looking for a midtier Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Axiom's cheap price is hard to beat.
Unless you're addicted to local TV and need anytime access, the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G isn't money well spent.
The Samsung Freeform 4 makes solid calls and is great if you're looking for a simple, entry-level handset with a keyboard.
Though its design and feature set are from another decade, the Samsung Chrono 2 succeeds at what a phone should do.
With the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator, US Cellular gains another Android smartphone option. Unfortunately, the carrier's limited 4G LTE access and the weak single-core CPU weigh down an otherwise high-flying handset.
Samsung's middle-of-the-road Galaxy Attain 4G has a nice price and attractive design for MetroPCS customers; but those seeking true LTE speeds should choose a different carrier.
The Samsung Admire offers the accessible design and functional feature set that you'd expect from a starter Android phone, but call quality wasn't up to our standards.
Thanks to great call quality and its sturdy keyboard, the Samsung Freeform III is a solid messaging phone at a reasonable price, despite a couple of drawbacks.
Cricket gets kudos for the Samsung Suede's compelling music features, but both Samsung and Cricket have flaws to fix.