Design and Display
The Samsung Replenish looks different from their current line up of Android powered smartphones. It still follows the usual candy bar design, but similar to the old Samsung Blackjack, there's a full physical QWERTY keyboard on the front of the screen, under the 2.8 inch display. The small display itself is a responsive, capacitive touchscreen, and the colors come out fairly well, though not as vibrant as the more expensive brethren under Samsung such as the Samsung Epic 4G.
Under the display are the four familiar shortcut buttons for menu, home, back and search. Beneath that is the aforementioned full QWERTY keyboard. The keyboard is a bit scrunched together, but not as bad as the newly released HP Veer, yet it is still a bit hard to type on. The left side has the volume rocker, while opposite on the right, resides the camera shutter button. Below, on the bottom you'll find the microUSB and up top is where the 3.5 mm headphone jack and power button reside.
Overall, the Samsung Replenish has a very nice design, very similar to the Motorola Charm, one of its competitors, but on the down side, the screen is a bit small and the keyboard is a bit too clustered together.