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The Samsung UpStage looks like a phone on one side. Read full review
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And on the other side, the UpStage looks like an MP3 player. Read full review
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The UpStage's design acknowledges the thin phone craze. Read full review
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The UpStage's phone keypad has a standard Samsung design. Read full review
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The UpStage's music player is controlled with a touchpad. Read full review
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The UpStage easily slips into a purse or bag. Read full review
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The UpStage can be quite the looker. Read full review
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The UpStage's camera lens is located above its small phone display. Read full review
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Use the "flip" button to alternate use between the phone's two sides. Read full review
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