The Samsung SGH-i718 has a bright orange hue and a sleek and slim design. Read full review
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The Samsung SGH-i718 runs the Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone edition, which is a little behind the times, but it's still a smart and capable mobile operating system. Read full review
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The Samsung SGH-i718 has a slim profile despite its wide body. Read full review
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The Samsung SGH-i718 sports a black soft-touch surface on the back, as well as a 2-megapixel camera lens. Read full review
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The Samsung SGH-i718 may be a wide smart phone, but it feels quite nice when held in the hand. Read full review
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The Samsung SGH-i718 does have a few tactile buttons like the navigation toggle, the soft keys, and the Send/End keys. Read full review
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Though the Samsung SGH-i718 is slim enough to fit into a pocket, its width means it's not quite as pocketable as other more compact phones. Read full review
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The virtual dialpad on the Samsung SGH-i718 is unique because it actually provides a haptic vibrating feedback when touched. This way, you'll know when you have decisively pressed a key. Read full review
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