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The Samsung SGH-A747 looks similar to AT&T's earlier Samsung SGH-A717. Read full review
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Fortunately, the SLM has a larger display that supports color. Read full review
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Like many a Samsung phone, the SGH-A747 is super thin. Read full review
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The SLM is unremarkable when view from behind. Read full review
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The SLM should fit comfortably in your hand. Read full review
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The SLM will slip easily into a pocket or bag. Read full review
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The SLM keypad and navigation controls are completely flush but we enjoyed their large size. Read full review
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The camera lens swivels 180 degrees, so self-portraits aren't a problem. Read full review
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