Behold, it's a Samsung phone

The Samsung Behold offers an expansive touch screen in a candy bar design. It offers few physical controls.
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Tap the touch screen

The Behold touch screen performs well and the TouchWiz interface is intuitive.
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From the side

The Behold's volume rocker and headset jack/charger port sit in its left spine.
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Make a call

The Talk and End/power buttons and the Back key are the Behold's only physical controls.
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Behold from behind

The Behold's camera lens sits on its rear face.
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Take your best shot

The Behold's camera offers a flash and a self-portrait mirror.
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Send a message

The Behold's keyboard is a tad small but we got used to it.
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Show it off

The Behold has a sturdy feel in the hand.
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On the go

The slim Behold travels well.
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