Samsung W9600

The Samsung W9600's primary selling point is its pico projector. The design doesn't feel too radical, though. The large touch-screen is vibrant and the icon-based menu interface is user-friendly.
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The projector rests on the phone's top end. The plastic casing doesn't feel overly sturdy, but the phone fits squarely in your hand.
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On the W9600's left side you'll find the volume rocker and the USB/headset jack.
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The lens for the 5-megapixel camera rests on the phone's rear side. As with many handsets in its class, the W9600 resembles a standalone camera from behind.
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Samsung Diva

As you might expect, the Diva puts looks over functionality. The flip phone's skin has a silver beveled design that shines in the light.
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The interior is much tamer with a 2.2-inch QVGA display and a flush keypad and navigation array. Features include a 3.2-megapixel camera, a media player, an FM radio, and a personal organizer.
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