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Instead of a full QWERTY keyboard, the SGH-T349 features a "partial keyboard" with two letters of the alphabet sharing the same button. It's not exactly a SureType keyboard (that's Blackberry's domain), but you won't notice any differences apart from the name. The candy-bar design is standard silver with a touch of lime green.
Besides the obvious messaging capabilities, the SGH-T349 offers a 1.3-megapixel camera with video recording, a personal organizer, stereo Bluetooth, an MP3 player, a speakerphone, and a microSD card slot. But in a disappointing move, the SGH-T349 is only tri-band (GSM 850/1800/1900) compatible and data support is limited to EDGE networks.
The handset is available now for an affordable $14.99 with a two-year contract. We'll have a review when we can get our eager hands on a model.