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Hands on with the Jitterbug

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
September 21, 2006
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We just spotted the Jitterbug, and while there's really not too much to see, the phone does seem to serve its purpose well. The "menu" system walks you through some yes or no questions from the moment you open the phone until you're done with your call, so things really couldn't be simpler on the interface front. As for build, the phone seems particularly solid, and everything has a well-built Samsung feel. Our only caveat is that the extra heft around the screen makes the phone a bit awkward to use with one hand, but if grandma or grandpa is dexterous enough to attempt such a feat, more power to them. Keep reading for a few more pics.













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