This is a really swish looking phone. I bought it wanting something that was reminiscent of an iPhone, but a lot cheaper and would work on my network (vodafone), and the Tocco hasn't disappointed.
Having no keypad built in is, in my opinion, an advantage (and in fact made me want this one over the new Tocco Ultimate), as it makes the phone look much sleeker, simple, and classy.
My only gripe so far (similar to other reviews) is the texting. In the past I have never used predictive text...for some reason I just got used to texting quickly manually. However with the Tocco, you really do need to use predictive text otherwise texting can take a very long time! Occasionally you end up tapping the wrong button (especially the "change language" button which is very close to the number 3!) but I'm sure this will get easier with time.
The camera is decent enough...I'm not too bothered about a camera on a phone though as I use a normal digital camera. It is fine for a phone camera, and does the job.
The browser is great for viewing Facebook, which for me is very important!
Only comes with one game "Photo Puzzle" which isn't great. You can download more easily off Samsung Mobile, which goes straight to your bill/balance but they do cost about £4.50 each.
The buttons/menus are all very large text and clear, which makes the touch screen easy.
Overall I would definitely recommend this phone for anyone looking for a neat little touch screen. For fans of Samsungs, in my opinion it is the next progression...and a great introduction to Samsungs for anyone who has never had one.
Best point: It looks brilliant, iPhone style
Worst point: Texting (but don't let that put you off, it's really not that bad!)