Samsung's Android flip phone with Snapdragon 800


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Nov 9, 2011
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Seems like a strange combination. I think if one is savvy enough for touchscreen then wouldn't be needing hard buttons.

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Dec 6, 2011
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Maybe it's some kind of cross over, bridging the gap between flat touch screen devices and standard. However, seeing that big mouse pad in the middle of the directional key I'm wondering if it is a touch screen? Think about it there are a lot of advantages to a standard screen device over touch screen devices. A lower cost screen should translate into a lower cost to the consumer. A standard screen should also translate into a longer battery life, something every smart phone owner dreams of. Plus a no touch display means no finger prints. Ok I was reaching a bit with that last one, but I'm sure there are other advantages.