In a smartphone race that’s become all about the latest and greatest, the fastest and most powerful, the Samsung DoubleTime is an odd phone to review. Its specs don’t say smartphone — it’s big and clunky, running Android 2.2 on an 800MHz Qualcomm processor, without much storage or added software — but its price ($49.99 with a contract plus a minimum $15 / month data plan) screams it. So what is the DoubleTime? Really, I think it’s the evolution of the feature phone, an early preview of what cheap, simple phones will look like in the future thanks to Android. But successful feature phones have always had advantages Android phones don’t: they last a long time, they don’t crash, they’re simple to use, and they’re cheap. Can the DoubleTime add Android’s strengths and compensate for its weaknesses to make the perfect feature phone? And how does this device measure up to the current smartphone crop? Read the full review to find out.