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At every price point, there are certain phones that are built like tanks -- finely-tuned machines that were obviously designed and built with a meticulous eye for detail. They don't always look good, but they feel good -- and when you're talking about a device that you're likely going to be holding

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You've been able to find the Exclaim and Snap for a while now if you've dug through third-party retailers hard enough, but Sprint's finally selling them directly from its own site. The Snap -- which we'd already known would hit this week -- is a portrait QWERTY handset running Windows Mobile 6.1 wi

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So the HTC Snap missed its rumored June 7 date with destiny on Sprint, but don't count it out -- it might still be available before the weekend comes around. Word on the street is that Radio Shack is gearing up to offer the S511 Snap alongside Samsung's Exclaim QWERTY slider as soon as Friday for $

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This is starting to become a trend that we can't imagine carriers and manufacturers are too pleased with, but for whatever reason, Sprint's Samsung Exclaim is just the latest victim in a string of Best Buy outings. The previously-rumored dual slider looks to be hitting in your choice of blue and \"b

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Yo, Ocean 2, look out -- Samsung's onto your game. QWERTY dual sliders are still pretty frickin' rare as form factors go, but it seems like Sammy's looking to rock one in the next few weeks for Sprint. This is a device that we'd previously seen rumored as the Cello, and for a device that's clearly

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