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Touch the screen

The Samsung Delve brings a touch-screen phone to U.S. Cellular.
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Bright but could be bigger

The Delve has a vibrant display, but we wish it were a bit bigger.
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From behind

The Delve's camera lens sits on its back face.
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Turn it up

The Delve's volume rocker sits on its left spine below the headset jack/charger port.
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In the bag

The slim and compact Delve travels well.
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In the hand

The Delve has a comfortable, solid feel.
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Usability

The Delve has three physical controls below its touch screen.
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Make a call

These controls consist of Talk and End buttons and a Back key.
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Take a shot

The Delve's camera has a self-portrait mirror but no flash.
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Photo by: Corinne Schulze/CBS Interactive

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