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Right on cue, the 2605 Mirage has graced Verizon with 2.32 ounces of low-end Finnish bliss. Your hard-earned $49.99 on contract is going to net you Bluetooth, a VGA cam, VZ Navigator support, speakerphone, and that's about it -- so if you were hoping for EV-DO or a CDMA N97, you just keep on lookin

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We're coming right up on a year since we first heard of the 2605's existence, and with a VGA camera just about the most interesting feature we can find on the spec sheet, we're having a hard time saying with a straight face that it was worth the wait. Be that as it may, the unassuming flip is still

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Okay, bear with us here, because the road to this device is a winding one, to say the least: first, there was the Samsung i780 that launched in Europe. It was informally and unofficially branded the BlackJack III, thanks to its obvious resemblance to Samsung's own BlackJack series that has been a s

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phoneArena has cobbled together all the details it could dig up on a trio of Samsungs apparently destined for AT&T, and needless to say, we're not looking at your average anonymous midrange flips here (and kudos to that, by the way). First up is the A767 \"Sangria,\" which apparently borrows the

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We just love the breadth of offerings in speaker design, especially towards the high-end of the market. If bipolar, dipolar and tripolar drivers are enough \"polar\" for you, you can try out an omnipolar speaker like the ones produced by Mirage. Even though the company is sticking to the unique-looki

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