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Samsung Impression

LG enV Touch

Sony Ericsson C905a

Samsung Rogue

Samsung Memoir

LG VX8360

Samsung Alias 2

Sony Ericsson Aino

Casio Exilim C721

Samsung Instinct HD

Motorola Cliq

The Samsung Impression isn't perfect, but it ranks high on our list as a messaging and multimedia phone.
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The LG enV Touch's combination of great design and top-notch features makes it one of the best Verizon Wireless phones we've ever seen. It won CNET's Editors Choice' award.
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If you want a high-quality camera phone from AT&T, you can't go wrong with the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot C905a.
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The Samsung Rogue is a great multimedia touch-screen messaging phone for Verizon Wireless customers. It also won CNET's Editors' Choice award.
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If you don't mind the price, the Samsung Memoir lives up to its promise as a top-notch camera phone.
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Though it remains a midtier offering, the LG VX8360 is still a great multimedia phone with excellent audio performance.
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The Samsung Alias 2 is an inventive update to Samsung's previous messaging phone. Provided you can afford it, and learn how to use it, it's a powerful messaging device with reliable performance.
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The Sony Ericsson Aino's luscious display and multimedia offerings make it one of the better unlocked phones we've seen this year.
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If you don't mind its cost, the Casio Exilim C721 is a sleek yet durable phone with a great megapixel camera and plenty of high-end features.
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The Samsung Instinct HD packs a lot of features and decent performance into an appealing design. But even with all it has to offer, we'd prefer to pay less and get a full smartphone.
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With its excellent design, user interface improvements, and admirable feature set, the Motorola Cliq gives a big boost to the Android operating system. We had some performance quibbles with the device, and the MotoBlur interface can be a bit much, but the phone has a lot to like.
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