|Product||Samsung Factor SPH-m260 (slate gray, Boost Mobile)||Sanyo Innuendo SCP-6780 (Sprint)||Samsung Array (Boost Mobile)||Kyocera Kona||Samsung Entro (Virgin Moblie)|
|Price||$24.99||$29.99 to $299.99||$32.99 to $44.00||Pricing is currently unavailable.||$11.61 to $14.99|
|CNET editors' rating||3 stars||3.5 stars||3 stars||3 stars||3 stars|
|Average user rating||2.5 stars||2 stars||0 stars||0.5 stars||0 stars|
|Release date||March 9, 2011||September 13, 2010||September 4, 2012||April 21, 2013||August 3, 2012|
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The Samsung Factor is an ideal budget phone for basic calling and texting communications.
We still don't love the design concept, but the Sanyo Innuendo succeeds as a messaging phone with some multimedia.
The Samsung Array excels at communication, but anyone wanting more out of a phone should look elsewhere.
Though it's devoid of even midlevel features, the Kyocera Kona manages to be an excellent flip phone.
You can't beat the Samsung Entro's no-contract price and simplicity when shopping for a dead-simple phone that only fields calls and texts.
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