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samsung+monte

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Samsung Monte

Samsung has done a good job of packing just about every feature you could want into a compact, nimble device. It's not perfect but, with intuitive menus, a host of widgets and a decent browser, the Monte will satisfy hardcore social-networking fans. It's a well-rounded phone that we enjoyed using

By 26 April 2010

4 stars Editors' rating 26 April 2010

Typical price: £150.00

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Samsung Monte Slider

The Samsung Monte Slider is a solid, intuitive little phone that shouldn't have bothered trying to add Internet features. Buy it because it's cheap and makes calls, not because it tries to do all this fancy modern stuff.

By 22 December 2010

2.5 stars Editors' rating 22 December 2010

Typical price: £40.00

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Samsung Monte ups the ante

The Samsung Monte is a budget touchscreen that puts the spotlight on social networking with a bundle of widgets for Facebook, Twitter and more

By 10 February 2010

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LG Viewty Snap GM360

The LG Viewty Snap GM360 has a decent camera and some neat social-networking features, but it's nowhere near as good as the Samsung Monte, which is only slightly more expensive

By 12 July 2010

2.5 stars Editors' rating 12 July 2010

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Virgin Media brings back 12 month phone contracts

Virgin Media is reintroducing one-year contracts, as part of a revamp of its mobile tariffs. Has the 24-month contract's reign of terror come to an end?

By 2 August 2011

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Virgin Mobile flogs Samsung Monte, Nokia X2 on £8.50 monthly contract

Virgin Mobile has added some new phones to its £8.50-per-month range, including decent handsets from Nokia and Samsung.

By 12 October 2010

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Samsung Monte

The Monte is a touch-screen phone with a 3.2-megapixel camera, a Web browser, and messaging.

By 4 June 2010

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LG Ally allies with Android

The Ally is LG's latest Android phone. Read the story to find out if it's up your alley

By 7 May 2010

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Samsung covers the bases in Barcelona

CNET captures the sights from Samsung's stand at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

By 18 February 2010