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Touch screen for Eternity

The Eternity shows a slim design that is similar to other Samsung touch screens.
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Pick your feature

The Eternity's menu features an intuitive icon-based design.
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Turn it up

The Eternity's volume rocker sits on its left spine.
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From behind

The Eternity's camera lens sits on its rear face.
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Make a call

Three physical controls sit below the display: Talk and End buttons and a Back key.
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Tap dance

The Eternity's virtual keyboard is easy to use.
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In the hand

The Eternity is an attractive handset with a sturdy feel.
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On the go

The Eternity travels well in a pocket or bag.
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Picture time

Sadly, the Eternity's camera lacks a self-portrait mirror or a flash.
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