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where is browser back button on a samsung phone.  I want to see previous page

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Samsung Galaxy S III SPH-L710
where is the browser back button.
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I don't think that there is a dedicated BACK button.

I normally press the return button (very bottom right) just off the screen.
Top Right (or bottom left) if have the phone horizontally orientated.

If you press it too many times, you will exit the browser, which is not good.
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by:rgb192
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there is a button bottom right off screen which exits the browser app when pressed once. I want to return to previous page. For example google result and if I want to go back to google search I press back
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by:rgb192
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okay, I need to re-question because there is no dedicated back button.

Thanks.
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