Samsung's 4.3-inch Mango phone looked and felt very much like a Galaxy S II, even down to that lovely Super AMOLED Plus display and its plastic housing. It packed the same internals as the Focus Flash, excepting that it came with 16GB rather than 8GB on-board. It was perfectly likable as a handset, which was our reviewers biggest problem with it: we just couldn't find a strong and compelling reason to part with $200 for one. Still, thousands of you got one of these, so we'd like to know what compelled you all to go for it and, after several months of using it day in, day out, if you had the choice, what would you change?

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