The Samsung T259's intuitive design, excellent call quality, and affordable price make it a good choice for someone in search of a simple handset.
An eco-friendly texting phone, the midrange Samsung Evergreen is comfortable and easy to use, although its mediocre call quality and plastic backing cheapen the feel.
The Samsung Solstice II is a solid midrange touch-screen feature phone that offers good value if you can look past a few inconveniences and variable call quality.
The Samsung SGH-A197 does its job reasonably well, but it's not our choice for a prepaid AT&T phone.
There are more goodies than you'd expect for a basic feature phone like the Samsung T369, though none of them is particularly advanced and the handset has some design flaws.
The Samsung SGH-A187 has all the necessities of a text messaging phone. Although the occasional keyboard inconsistencies are frustrating, it's a solid choice for a good price.
The Samsung Flight II may have decent multimedia features, but its overall sluggishness keeps us from recommending it.
With a dated design and average performance, the Samsung Eternity II doesn't give us reasons to buy it over the original Eternity.
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The Samsung Rugby II improves on its predecessor and delivers a functional, rugged phone with satisfying performance.
The Samsung SGH-a107 makes for a decent entry-level phone for the prepaid crowd, but you can get a better device elsewhere for cheaper.