Quote from the hands-on review: "4G or no 4G, though, this looks to be MetroPCS's best feature phone - and in some ways, MetroPCS's best phone, period. The Samsung Craft is a sliding phone with both a comfortable, four-row QWERTY keyboard and a 3.3-inch, 800-by-480 AMOLED capacitive touch screen. Its build is very solid, and it has a noticeable but not unpleasant heft at 5.29 oz. The phone runs Samsung's proprietary OS with the TouchWiz widgets, so you can stick shortcuts to your favorite photos or apps onto three sliding home screens."
Read the full Samsung Craft LTE Phone hands-on report on PCMag.
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