Reviews and Problems with Samsung i607 / BlackJack
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Everything went ok. I recommend this seller
3 May 2012
Summary: Nice phone, cheap and the size is perfect for my pockets. I don't want to write anything else... in fact, the cell phone wasn't for me but for my father in law. Hoy many characters did I write ?
Summary: This phone has excellent features and futuristic sleek design. The update system for this phone is impecable, since you receive them before anyone. Also the tethering/hotspot feature is a plus (you can connect your tablet or laptop anywhere) This phone is 3G capable only but not be fool for this. I had 4G capable phones before and this one has much faster browsing experience.
Summary: Nexus S is the first phone to run Gingerbread, the fastest Android yet. There’s a black notification bar that’s easier to read and an on-screen keyboard with multi-touch. copying and pasting text is easier. Nexus S can function as a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to six portable devices. Nice outdoor view.
Summary: Although the touch experience isn't the same as its competitor, it's fairly close, and the freedom it additionally provides surpass this fact by far. The battery life is reasonable for a smartphone, lasts a day with 3G turned on the whole time.
Summary: First time I received the order the design looks great Android 2.3 Really Makes different, it make faster when we're surfing the Internet, Touch screen is excellent reduce mistake when we want to type, Amoled is great, more clear and can see in the all condition dark or full of light.
Summary: I really liked the way the phone has performed.I live in Costa Rica and so far I have not experience any major issue with the phone at least for basic usage which is Inbound/Outbound calling, text messaging and internet browsing, in fact the connectivity is faster than other more smart phones I had and It also allows me to send international text message which is something I could not do with other phones.
Summary: It is taking a little getting use to. I have successfully unlocked it and upgraded to Windows mobile 6, which should open up some more applications. I especially like the keyboard and display. The 3G is fast enough for me. AT&T quickly put me on a $25 data plan which I had them change to the $15 plan. I have accessed ebay, igoogle, gmail, and Bank of America mobile. I wish it had a louder ring.
Summary: Nexus One was and still is an excellent phone, appart the screen. Nexus S is a good phone, but why take out the external charge light? Or the trackball that indicated new messages and missed calls? Seems as manufacturers go 2 steps forward and one back regularly, shame. Otherwise I by far prefer it to iPhone 4 ;-) Even though I'm a Mac user, maybe girls do prefer iPhones and men Android . . . . !
Summary: After owning 2 Sony Ericsson phones for 6 years I found a phone for exactly what I needed. I have an At&T GoPhone account. I needed a Bluetooth enabled phone for my 2009 Ford Focus that came with the SYNC program. While I researched for a good used phone Sony Ericsson didn't quite measure in the customer service department. They were pushing me into a new phone that I would probably use only 20% of the bells and whistles.