Samsung Solstice Review Discussion

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  1. Jen Edwards

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    The Samsung Solstice is one of the newest feature phones offered by AT&T Wireless. In essence it's an updated Samsung Impression, sleeker than its ancestor due to the removal of the physical QWERTY keyboard.

    It has all the basics such as 3G, Bluetooth, and a microSD slot, with the bonus of a large touchscreen display that is highly responsive.

    You can get it for $300 without a contract, or at the much more attractive price of $100 (after a $50 rebate) with a two-year commitment.

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    I had a quick question about the calls/volume. On the Samsung Impression, it has an ascending volume that you cannot turn off. I really hate that part of the phone. Does the Solstice have the same ascending volume? Or is there at least an option to turn it off?
     
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