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The compact Samsung Solstice II has well-rounded features, a responsive touch screen, and good photo quality from its 2-megapixel camera. The Samsung Solstice II is a solid midrange touch-screen feature phone that offers good value if you can look past a few inconveniences and variable call quality. The Solstice II varies from its namesake very little. It's black and silver with rounded corners and measures 4.3 inches tall by 2.1 inches wide by 0.5 inch thick. The Solstice feels solid at 3.4 ounces, yet it's fairly slim and compact, so it's easy to tote around. Each entry in the 2,000-contact address book holds multiple phone numbers and e-mail addresses (the SIM card holds an additional 250 names). Connectivity options include 3G and Bluetooth. The Solstice II is also GPS-capable. The basics are all there--a calendar, an alarm clock, a note pad, a tip calculator, a to-do list, a unit converter, a world clock, a timer, and a stopwatch. There's also an audio recorder and voice commands (powered by Nuance).