Summary: Really love this phone, its def. worth more than it is. Well I own HTC Desire Z and Wildfire, this phone I bought for my partner when his phone was dead while we were travelling. Sim free, long battery life, last for 4-5 days even you play music everyday, good mp3 player, small and light, big clock...
Pros: long battery life, good mp3 player, small and light, big clock on screen, very good price
Cons: screen resolution is low, like old colour screen phone
An ok phone by Samsung if you do not expect that much..
IanLim, Phone Arena
26 October 2010
Excerpt: I looked the the specs online i was sastified so, i bought this phone on a "BUY1 FREE1" promotion. However maybe i expected too much from this phone, i thought it would be something like NOKIA's phones that in the similar price range which we can set MP3 tones to diferent indidviduals.
Pros: Cheap, long lasting battery.
Cons: Doesn't support Opera MIni, mp3 support only on groups settings
Summary: Second one of these I have owned and I love it. My first one got annihilated by my English bull terrier, to be fair not much can stand up to a bored English bull terrier's jaws, and I went and bought something more modern and snazzy. Absolute rubbish...
Summary: Security seal broke when it came but seems ok radio works without headphones in built in ariel sim free SD card slot Bluetooth. good phone for kids does fake calls hand to get you away from situations simple set up small and light.
Summary: purchaced in December but after 4 months still find the operation of this phone awkward, too long of a delay between functions and have to take the keypad lock off to have time to select settings.
Summary: We use a group of moble PAG's for our cycling events so they are handled by various people so need to be straightforward, the Samsung replaced a Nokia that got caught in someones carboot lid (don't ask).
Summary: Gone back to this phone after a smartphone. The battery is so good you can listen to radio or mp3 all day and still make calls at the end of the day and the next , you still can't do that with a smartphone. This is actually one of the most attractive features.
Summary: This phone is not supported by Orange or EE, and I guess probably T-Mobile as they have been acquired by them. Phone calls fortunately DO work which is the main reason I bought it, but if you're thinking of possibly using multimedia messaging (MMS), GPRS internet and Email for emergencies then go...