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CNET First Look
Samsung Sunburst (AT&T)As long as you don't expect anything groundbreaking, the Sunburst is a simple touch screen phone with a healthy set of mid-range features.
>> I am Nicole Lee, Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the Samsung Sunburst for AT and T. As you can see, it is a very simple looking touch screen phone. On the front is a nice 3-inch colorful display here. Underneath the display you do get three physical keys, one for the Send key, the Clear key, and the End Power key. On the side here you do get the volume rocker as well as the microSD card slot. On the other side, you do get the headset and charger jack as well as the screen lock key and the camera key. On the back is a 2-megapixel camera lens. On the screen itself, on the left side here you do get Samsung's TouchWiz interface, which consists of a tray of widgets which you can drag and drop from the side here. Along the bottom row of each home screen are three shortcuts to the dial pad, the contacts list, as well as the main menu. Features include the aforementioned 2-megapixel camera and camcorder, a full HTML web browser. You also get GPS and AT and T Navigator and stereo Bluetooth. There is also AT and T Mobile Music on here, so you can play music as well as download and purchase music from Napster or eMusic. This Sunburst also comes with AT and T address book. You also get AT and T's AppCenter which you can download all kinds of applications and games. The Samsung Sunburst is available right now for 39.99 from AT and T with a new two-year service agreement. I am Nicole Lee, this has been a first look at the Samsung Sunburst.