Samsung Stunt

As a basic, entry-level candy bar phone, the Samsung Stunt SCH-R100 (MetroPCS) has all the essentials for making phone calls and reading and writing text messages. Bluetooth, speakerphone, and voice commands are the phone's highest-end features.
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Black and blue

Electric blue accents show up twice on the Stunt: as a band along the spine and to outline the four-way navigation pad. The volume rocker sits below a cut-out where you can loop in a charm. A Micro-USB charger port and a 2.5mm headset jack inhabit the opposite spine.
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Getting around

Samsung's Stunt is light on the crisp resolution we typically find on higher-end feature phones and smartphones. Navigation, however, is mostly intuitive.
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Short and sweet

The Samsung Stunt is small and light, measuring 4.2 inches tall, 1.7 inches wide, and 0.54 inch deep, and weighing just 2.6 ounces.
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Pocket-size

The Stunt's smaller stature may hint at its more simplistic tool set, but the phone's petite fit makes it easy to sock it in your pocket.
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