Looks can deceive

The Samsung Replenish may not look like your typical eco-friendly phone, but it's made from recycled and recyclable materials and delivered in a box printed with soy ink rather than petroleum-based dyes. It also happens to be Sprint's first Android eco phone.
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It means business

With a slab-style body and a QWERTY keyboard, the entry-level Replenish resembles phones aimed at business professionals.
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Keyboard closeup

While we could type effectively, the cramped keyboard might feel tiny or uncomfortable in larger hands.
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Smaller virtual keyboard

Icons and the virtual keyboard looks petite on the Replenish's 2.8-inch touch screen.
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Black and silver

The Replenish is mostly black with silver accents. It's reasonably thin as well.
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Camera

The Replenish has a 2-megapixel camera on the back. There's a MicroSD card slot hiding underneath the back cover--not our favored spot for it.
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Photo quality

Pictures turned out better than we expected, with sharp edges and clear imagery. Although colors weren't always spot on, we were pleasantly surprised with the 2-megapixel images.
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