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Not a BlackBerry

It may look like a BlackBerry knock-off, but the Samsung Replenish is all Android.
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Gingerbread upgrade

The handset was originally released for Sprint with Android 2.2 Froyo. This model thankfully ships with Gingerbread.
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Tony, but not terrible

The smaller keyboard may seem cramped to some, but I was able to type, and appreciated that the keyboard is a convenient portrait, rather than landscape, orientation.
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Back end

The back is pretty straightforward, holding the camera lens.
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Side view

I appreciate the camera shutter button on the side of the phone.
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Top view

The power button and 3.5-millimeter headset jack are in all the right spots.
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Pocket test

Tall and relatively slim, the Replenish slides into taller pockets with ease.
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Camera test

Outdoor pictures were nice, but indoor shots often turned out washed in blue or brown.
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