The SCH-U620 features a trendy, slider design. Read full review
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When closed, the SCH-U620 looks much like other Samsung slider phones. Read full review
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The SCH-U620's camera lens sits on the top of the rear face. Read full review
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The SCH-U620 right spine holds its TV antenna. Read full review
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When you extend the antenna and flip the SCH-U620 on its side, it becomes a mini television. Read full review
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The SCH-U620 fits neatly in your hand, and it will catch stares when the video is playing. Read full review
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The SCH-U620 fits easily into a bag. Read full review
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The SCH-U620 keypad is slightly raised, which is unusual on a slider phone. Read full review
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The SCH-U620's camera includes a flash and a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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The SCH-U620's microSD card slot is in a convenient location on its left spine. Read full review
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