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We're not quite sure what to make of this one. A video kicking around the so-called Internet lately (see picture) depicts a rather cheery woman fatally wounding a SGH-X820, and apparently Samsung has taken offense. They're claiming the phone was probably pre-damaged to make the phone seem unusually

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We're always willing to sacrifice a couple millimeters to add 3G data to our handset, particularly when said handset clocks in at a positively anorexic 6.9mm thick. Samsung's hoping its European customers agree, taking their paper-thin X820, adding UMTS, and rechristening it the SGH-Z370. Besides t

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We'd generally expect that you're going to give up some functionality, usability, or both when attempting to cram a phone's worth of electronic wizardry into a 6.9mm-thick package. In testing Samsung's X820, though, phoneArena found otherwise -- not only is the phone's screen surprisingly bright (t

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The \"world's thinnest\" phone, Samsung's SGH-X820, is a little piece of Korea that much of the world can get its hands on -- but not to worry, folks, they're gonna do a little something special just for their home crowd, too. Re-released in Korea as the SPH-V9900, the handset looks to sport a verita

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Always one for a decent \"world's ____\" tag line for their product releases, Samsung is naming their new SGH-X820 Ultra Slim Phone the \"world's thinnest\" at a mere 6.9mm (0.27-inches) thick, the same thickness as the iPod nano. Not content to be merely skinny, the candybar phone also features a 2

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Always one for a decent \"world's ____\" tag line for their product releases, Samsung is naming their new SGH-X820 Ultra Slim Phone the \"world's thinnest\" at a mere 6.9mm (0.27-inches) thick, the same thickness as the iPod nano. Not content to be merely skinny, the candybar phone also features a 2

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