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The Gleam's highly reflective finish shines brightly.

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The Gleam's gold skin extends to the phone's interior where it surrounds the excellent display.

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The Gleam's rear face is a standard black color.

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Samsung loves its trim phones. We like how the headset and charger jacks are separated on the right spine.

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The Gleam does look pretty in the hand.

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The Gleam's skinny shape lends itself to easy portability.

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The Gleam's keypad and navigation controls are flush but they're pretty easy to use.

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The Gleam's camera lacks a flash, which is disappointing for a 2-megapixel shooter.

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