The Samsung Juke has one of the most unique designs we've seen on a cell phone. With its skinny dimensions and swivel design, the Juke swings open almost like a switchblade. Though we like its spun-metal mechanical scroll wheel, we're not too thrilled by the slick keypad and the Juke's poor feature set. Yes, the Juke does come with a built-in music player and a simple VGA camera, but unlike a lot of other Verizon music phones, the Juke does not come with EV-DO or, most importantly, access to V Cast Music. Sure, you can just upload music to it via the computer, but it feels like a shame not to include V Cast Music on such a music-focused phone. The lack of an expandable memory slot is also significant. That said, this is certainly a device that'll turn heads and draw attention based on its fashion-forward design alone. Read our review and check out our slide show for more details.
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