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>> My name is Nicole Lee assistant editor for CNET.com and this is the Helio Fin [inaudible] cell phone made for Helio, which is an EVDO carrier. As you can see, it's a very skinny phone. In fact, Samsung claims it is the thinnest flip phone in North America. It is about 0.5 inches thick or so which is a little bit thinner than the Razor. So, as you can see it has a very simple monochromatic OLAD external display here on the front. It's a 3.0 mega pixel camera which his pretty good. As you can see, there's no camera key, no camera key anywhere on the side, which is to me a very unfortunate thing. Pop open the phone and you get a very nice [inaudible] display here. Underneath the display, you get probably one of the flattest key pads I've ever seen on a cell phone. And as you can see, there's almost zero textural difference between each key so it's one big flat slate. While the Helio Fin is a really thin and skinny phone the features of this thing is incredible. Through Helio's software, you can upload photos and videos directly to Flicker and YouTube. This is a Garmin Mobile, which is [inaudible]. It provides turn by turn traffic directions. So, even though it is a very slim package it has amazing features. We just wish it had some improvements over the design. So if you want a thin phone with a lot of features, and you don't mind some design compromises this phone may be right for you. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the Helio Fin.
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