The Samsung SGH-A737 comes in three colors: orange (pictured here), red, blue, and lime. Read full review
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Like other slider phones, the SGH-A737's keypad is hidden when the phone is closed. Read full review
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The SGH-A737 shows a trim profile that's 0.63 inch thick. Read full review
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The SGH-A737's camera is usable only when the slider is up. Read full review
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The SGH-A737 has a sporty look and a solid feel in the hand. Read full review
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The SGH-A737 fits easily in a pocket. Read full review
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The SGH-A737 has a flat keypad, so dialing by feel is difficult. Read full review
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The SGH-A737's camera offers a self-portrait mirror but no flash. Read full review
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