BARCELONA, Spain--You won't mistake the One Touch Star for a high-end Android device, but it doesn't completely skimp on features, either. The 4-inch AMOLED display is plenty bright and games and apps look colorful and run smoothly thanks to the 1GHz dual-core processor. Read editors' take
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Access the main menu to see the various features and settings in an icon grid design. Read editors' take
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On the One Touch Star's bottom end is the Micro-USB charger port. Read editors' take
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Around back is the 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash. For a budget phone, the One Touch Star has a number of cool photography features. Read editors' take
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On the handset's left side is a thin volume rocker. Read editors' take
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On top are the power control and headset jack. Read editors' take
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On the whole, the phone has a solid build, but the plastic skin looks and feels cheap. Read editors' take
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