Summary: Samsung has tried to strike a fashion-forward balance between form and function with their Blackjack smartphone for Cingular. Compared to its closest rival, the Motorola Q , Blackjack is smaller, lighter, and more or less equally as powerful. While both devices struggle with multitasking and browsing of complex Web pages, they also shine when it comes to broadband-enabled Email and carrier-specific information services. Some of Samsung's other smart devices come with...
Excerpt: In the battle of the QWERTY smartphones, Samsung's new SGH-i607 BlackJack for Cingular out-thins even Motorola's Q, while still offering great usability and power. We give the BlackJack a thorough testing and come away impressed.
Excerpt: At some point cell phone designers will stop screwing around with the keypad layout. To help differentiate its otherwise slammin’ Blackjack (aka SGH-1607), available from Cingular for $499.99 (or $199.99 with the usual contract commitment stipulations), Samsung’s industrial designers could not resist screwing with the numeric keypad.
Pros: Windows Mobile 5; thin and slim; MicroSD card slot; extra battery and charger included
Cons: Poorly designed and tightly constricted keypad; non-standard headphone jack
Conclusion: The Samsung BlackJack i607 simply looks and feels fantastic. The high speed data in 3G coverage areas is wicked fast and voice quality is excellent. The keyboard is excellent, though the number keys are a bit eccentric. We love the jog wheel and most everything about this phone. The camera takes better than average photos, Bluetooth stereo sounds great and Cingular Video is addictive.
Pros: Great looks, great ergonomics (other than the d-pad and immediate surrounding buttons). Super-fast data speeds on 3G and excellent call quality. Louder than many other GSM phones. Very good speakerphone. Good bundled software: useful apps that would cost around $100 if purchased separately. Cingular Video support is very cool. Better than average smartphone camera, strong Bluetooth, sharp display and well-spaced keyboard. The jog dial with integrated action key is exc...
Cons: No headset included, which is particularly bad since the BlackJack requires a proprietary one. The d-pad and flat buttons surrounding it will bother folks who talk and use the phone on the run. Battery life isn't great but the included spare battery and charger ameliorates that.
Summary: A solid, if not outstanding entry to the smart phone market, the BlackJack is a mixed bag. It has HSDPA, an excellent display and good email functionality, but the inability to edit documents and the lack of Wi-Fi are sour points.
Pros: HSDPA capable, ships with two batteries and a second battery charger, bright, wide display, three-way scroll wheel for navigation
Cons: Cramped keypad, no Wi-Fi, no included microSD card, no included headphones and no 3.5mm jack, limited multimedia file support, can't edit Office documents, USB 1.1
Conclusion: If I were not locked into a contract with another carrier and I was looking for the coolest phone/Smart Phone on the planet - I would buy the Blackjack - hands down. This phone is cool enough that one might even consider leaving their current contract, playing the early termination fee and signing up with Cingular. I would not advise doing that, however, until you are sure you have good GSM coverage near where you live. This is a true Quad band, 3G HSPDA world phone.
Pros: Great size, great build quality, great call quality, camera and PDA and Media functions, Extra battery is a nice touch
Cons: No voice dialing, crummy proprietary headphone jack
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