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>> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Lee, Senior Associate Editor for CNET.com, and this is a "First Look" at the Samsung Gravity T for T-Mobile. The T in the Samsung Gravity T represents the touchscreen of the phone. It is the very first Samsung Gravity phone to have a touchscreen. On the front here, you can see it has up to three customizable home screens that you can customize with any of the widgets from the touch [inaudible] widgetry on the side here. At the bottom row of the home screen are shortcuts to the phone dialer, the contacts list, and the messaging inbox as well as the web browser. In addition to the touch [inaudible] interface, the Samsung Gravity T also has a command bar. You activate the command bar by sliding the phone open. The command bar consists of up to five customizable shortcuts when the phone is open in landscape mode. The Gravity T also is smart unlock feature that lets you unlock certain features of the phone with finger gestures. The phone also has a motion sensor that gives it an option for an etiquette pause. That means that when you get an incoming call, you can quickly silence the call by turning the phone over. Features of the phone include a two megapixel camera and camcorder. You also get a music player, GPS with telenav support. You also get Google Maps on here as well as a YouTube application. There's also stereo Bluetooth and a full HTML web browser. You also get texting and multi-media messaging with e-mail and exchange e-mail support. [music] The Samsung Gravity T is available for $75 when you two-year service agreement from T-Mobile. I'm Nicole Lee. This has been a "First Look" at the Samsung Gravity T.
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