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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com and this is the Samsung SGHA437 from AT&T. It is a very slim, Samsung flip phone. Right here on the front is a simple Mono chrome external display. On the side are the charger jack and a dedicated camera button. On the other side is a volume rocker, open it up and you see a pretty decent looking screen and very flat, slippery controls here as you can see. The phone is a pretty simple phone from AT&T. It has a VGA camera, Bluetooth speakerphone. It is good for those who want a simple looking phone with pretty simple features. The one thing we didn't like was that the controls as you can see are really flat, really slippery, it's really hard to dial by feel and the call quality was just average. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the Samsung SGHA437.
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