19 August, 2014: The Ring is cut from the same cloth as a fair number of other phones in Samsung’s lower-end catalog. Unless you know where to look, you’ll have a hard time distinguishing it from the Galaxy Axiom (U.S. Cellular), Galaxy Admire 2 (Cricket), and Galaxy S3 Mini (AT&T).

It has the same bubbly, rounded corners and slick, smooth, glossy surfaces. In fact, I more than once grabbed the wrong phone thinking it was the Ring. The device is bluish-gray, with a strange black border around the screen and front-facing camera, almost like a filter. It comes in at about the same dimensions as its cohort, but thicker: 4.8 inches tall by 2.5 inches wide by 0.47 inch deep, and weighing 3.4 ounces.A Micro-USB charger sits at the bottom, and is joined by a microSD card slot (up to 64GB) and volume rocker on the left spine. In a nice change from Samsung’s usual, the power/lock button is up top, which should cut down on accidental bootups, and there’s a physical camera shutter button on the right.

That 5-megapixel camera with LED flash is on the back. The other half of the camera equation, a 1.3-megapixel camera, sits on the front. You’ll need to pop off the back cover if you’d like to remove the 1,750mAh battery.

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