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Samsung Trill

U.S. Cellular customers can rejoice for the Samsung Trill is one music phone the carrier can be proud of. It is very similar to Verizon's own Samsung Trance, and its audio technology is certified by none other than Bang & Olufsen, so you know it's good.
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Front

The Samsung Trill has an interesting guitar/violin shape.
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Slim

The Samsung Trill is quite slim at only 0.55 inch, which is pretty good considering it's a slider phone.
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Back

The Samsung Trill reveals a 1.3-megapixel camera when it's slid open.
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Camera

The Samsung Trill's 1.3-megapixel camera has a self-portrait mirror next to it.
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Audio

The Samsung Trill's audio technology is powered by Bang & Olufsen.
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Headset jack

The Samsung Trill has a 3.5mm headset jack.
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Lightweight

The Samsung Trill is only 3.53 ounces.
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Buttons

The Samsung Trill's navigation keys are slightly different from the Trance, but the keypad is the same.
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Pocket

The Samsung Trill is highly pocketable thanks to its compact shape.
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