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Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE is quite the mouthful

It isn't exactly a tongue twister, but the name "Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE" is wordy enough to trip over. Luckily, the Sprint handset itself is a little more straightforward.

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Android inside

The Victory runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and has Samsung's TouchWiz interface on top.

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Dimensions

At 0.5 inch thick and 5 ounces, it's pretty thick and heavy for its size.

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Dual-camera action

The 5-megapixel camera comes with a flash. On the front, a 1.3-megapixel camera is all set for video chatting.

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NFC included

Built-in NFC technology means that you can share photos and other content with compatible Samsung phones, as well as pay for items with Google Wallet.

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Extra storage

If 4GB of onboard storage isn't enough for you, expand to up to 32GB.

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Capacitive buttons

Samsung added a more interesting design element with the look and feel of these navigation buttons below the screen. They look physical, but are actually touch-sensitive.

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