Reviews and Problems with Samsung B3210 / Rodeo / Corby TXT / Genio Qwerty
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samsung 3210 corbytxt
1 August 2010
Excerpt: the corby 3210 seems like a decent phone,but the music quality is bad with the earphones which come along with it.otherwise seems a good phone.the phone is easy to use and the keypad is fast and useful.the applications are decent but samsung could have afforded some games rather than giving only the trial versions. overall samsung is not better than nokia..............
Summary: "This phone is ok. its basic, it is hard to use with the keyboard being so small but u get used to it, i have found it hard to set up email on it. The only good thing i like about it is that u can change the back of the phone to suit ur mood and that if u add on a web app you can use communities such as facebook, twitter etc.
Excerpt: "At first the phone seemed very good until I worked out everything about it, since it got bought i've had to charge it everyday (since bought) which isn't very good when other family members have over phones which last days without being charged. My phone will not take a memory card so i'm limited to a certain amount of memory (roughly six songs worth.) The phone is good for the use of texting, phone calling and all other basic operations. I was worried ...
Samsung GT B3210 Genio: Good looking, easy to use but has its faults
6 July 2011
Summary: I really like this phone, admittedly it does have very few ringtones and they are not that great however considering I only payed £60 for it i think it is one of the best phones in it's price range but I wouldn't pay anymore for it, I bought it in Argos in the sale but I have seen it advitised for £80-90 and I do not think it is worth it . The layout is simple, easy, and completely self explanatory.
Pros: Very light, easy to navigate.
Cons: mp3 is not great and buttons are really small
Samsung GT B3210 Genio: The Poor Man's Blackberry.
6 April 2011
Summary: When it comes to mobile phones, I'm more of a texter than a caller. I'd much rather twiddle my thumbs for a few seconds writing a quick text than calling someone. I don't know why to be honest, I've just always been like that. People will say texts are less personal, and I guess that's right, but most of the time it's also cheaper to text than to call.
Pros: Good features. Cheap Price. Changeable backs.
Excerpt: "...this was no exception. The Samsung Genio QWERTY will set you back about £60 to £70 depending on your choice of network if you go pay as you go, or will be free on contract. The phone is a candy bar design phone, with a full QWERTY keyboard and interchangeable back covers. It has an MP3 player, 2MP camera, micro SD slot, 3.5mm headphone socket so you can use your own earphones, and large screen for easy web viewing access. Whats in the box? The phone, ...