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  • ASIN: B0037QAX92
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Feb 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,819 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's a great phone! 1 Oct 2010
By David
I did a lot of research on the web of reviews of mobile phones before settling on this one. I wanted a WiFi/3G phone that would deliver facebook, messenger, youtube, music; all with a "proper" keyboard. In case I sound too yooffull I'd point out I'm 54 years of age!

This phone delivers in spades! The Internet stuff works perfectly. (I think there's some issues around "flash" sometimes, but it never worries me). Download the Opera mini browser and the Internet is sorted. The phone works with BBC's iplayer and so as a TV in realtime! You can download programs to watch later (e.g. on the train). The mapping works fine once you realise how to turn the GPS on and that it only works outside or next to a window. Doh! The music/radio are quite adequate, do exactly what it says on the tin.

The keyboard was a major factor in buying this phone and doesn't disappoint. I have stubby thumbs and worried about hitting two keys at once, it doesn't happen. Yes, you have to learn to use it, and initially you'll be thinking you were much quicker on the old phone. After a short time you will always use it.

The touchscreen is a bit "thick". Sometimes doesn't do what you want. This is because it's lower grade technology than the iphone et al. That said, once you're adapted to it's foibles you get on quite well.

SMS messaging, phone calls, email - all work with no problem. Didn't try the exchange sync set up for email, just used POP3 for incoming and SMTP for outgoing. That said, I have to set up each on completely different servers with different accounts/passwords and I was impressed that a) I could do this and b) it worked first time.

The camera is not great, but that's fine - I have a camera. I don't care what colour the button to activate it is.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars awesome phone!! 11 May 2010
A Kid's Review
Even though I only got the phone about 3 hours ago I am very pleased with it. The touch screen is quite sensitive but you have to wait a bit for it to load. Unfortunatly I cant have internet on it but will have it soon because we have to phone the courrier. The qwerty keyboard is stylish and is very easy to use. For me it is hard to change between the backs but that probably wont be a problem for you if you get one. As I am not used to touch screen or qwerty keys it is slightly hard to adapt but after a while it becomes easier. The camera is a good one and the photo editer is also good. All buttons are easy to use and the unlock button has to be used as you could accidently phone someone!!
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars good phone for the price 21 Feb 2010
I'm a Nokia lover, so for me to buy a Samsung, it has to be special. I wanted a touchscreen and a qwerty keyboard and this phone has both, for a reasonable price. It was confusing to start with, the instruction booklet isn't very good, but once you get the hang of it, negotiating it is easy enough.
The bits I don't like are the alarm won't go off when the phone is switched off; if a calender item is due when the phone is switched off, it wont tell you about it when the phone is switched on. Both of these functions I had on my Nokia and I miss. The camera doesn't seem very impressive for 3megapixels and its weird holding it to take a pic because its hard not to slide the qwerty keyboard out at the same time.
Having said that, I am used to pretty basic phones, so it may be user error, but like I said the instruction booklet is naff, so how would I know?
I don't use the wap (too expensive) and I find it disconcerting that the G symbol for it is present all the time. I worry I'm connected and using money! But then when I do connect, it changes colour, so I think I'm worrying for nothing. I'd still prefer to switch that symbol off, though. Same for the Bluetooth symbol.
I like the wireless function, but my broadband is slow, so the internet's not very good on the phone, can't see much of FaceBook etc, so I dont bother.
All in all though I am pleased with it
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good specc for the price 11 April 2010
By H. Kees
For the asking price of this mobile, it's certainly packed with top-end features. You've got wi-fi, GPS, 3G, the works. It's a pretty impressive package. The phone itself is a sleek design, and fits nicely in the pocket. Overall, i'm pretty pleased with it. There are only a couple of niggling points with the phone. One would be the external camera button on the side of the case, which is coloured white, whereas all the other side-buttons are black. When wearing one of the white-coloured "fashion jackets", it looks relatively normal, as the button is positioned to be in line with this; however when a black cover is on it stands out unattractively. It seems a little odd that this would happen in a phone so openly designed for fashion - and considering that the box even includes a black jacket to point it out.
The second point would be that the sealed box i received included a Samsung-branded MicroSD adapter, in order to convert a MicroSD card (which is used in the phone as memory storage) into a full SD card for added compatibility. What i didn't receive, however, was an actual MicroSD card with which to use it. Rather odd that they would give me the adapter, which by itself is useless, and not the component that would actually be important to the use of the phone - especially since all reviews i read prior to ordering the phone said that the box included a 2GB card.
Other than these 2 minor issues, an all-round good phone. It can't contend with the heavy-hitters - the iPhones and HTC Desires - but it's not designed to; as a budget or 'teen' mobile, it serves well and then some.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Its great but one major problem
I loved this phone it was a amazing buy for me. Till i relised where ever i was the signal was crappy. This might just be my one. Really annoying.
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