Samsung's Easy Access
The Good: Tons of cool capabilities, from mobile TV to music playing and Web e-mail; extremely easy to use
The Bad: Blocks applications from using its GPS data; TV antenna isn't as good as that on some other phones
The Bottom Line: A good, no-nonsense phone
O.K., so maybe this is not the most cool-looking cell phone out there. The Samsung Access, introduced in May by AT&T (T), looks deceptively typical: a screen set above a navigation wheel and a large-font dial pad.
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