Excerpt: I have had this phone for about 2 years now and it's the best phone I have ever had. It is small and fits into your pocket with you even knowing it is there. Messaging is really easy and voice clarity exceptional. I cannot fault this phone. It's stylish and always a conversation piece.
Pros: Small,, Easy to use - calling and messaging, voice clairity, style
Cons: button on bottom right has worn a little but this is after two years of use and lots of sms-ing. it does not affect the functioning of the phone however.
Excerpt: I've been using the SGH-E590 for just under a month and so far I'm very happy with it. My main criteria for a phone is that it easily fits in the coin pocket of my jeans and this one has no problem because it's so tiny. All the other features are a bonus.
Excerpt: I have been using this phone for a month now. and I'm so happy with it. it has got every function I need. especially I love the camera function. you can get really sharp picture. (although you need to get used to it.
Excerpt: I'm not much of a phone nut, and I'm happy to have my phone just for calls and texts - but I do like an easy to use camera, for those fun little shots you'd otherwise miss. I saw the Samsung SGH-E590 on the Carphone Warehouse website for £30 back in 2007, with £15 cashback via the Quidco website.
A great little phone that looks good and has all the features you need.
1 May 2009
Excerpt: After years of positive experience using Samsung phones I was not at all disappointed by this phone. The main appeal lies in the phones compactness and ease of use, although its size may hinder those with larger fingers, as the keys are quite small.
Excerpt: This phone is simple yet effective - it does a job plain and simple. If you want a phone that is easy to text on, can hold plenty of messages and names/numbers without having all the rubbish you get on Sony Ericssons or the rubbish clunky software you get on LG's and Nokia's these days then...
Excerpt: The E590 trumpets its designer status, which means you are most likely to love it or hate it. As it happens, I'm in the "love it" camp. The styling is simple, clean and attractive. The front looks like Nokia at its best - in my opinion that's a good thing!
Excerpt: Having clung to my Motorola V300 for what seems an eternity, I was excited when my partner informed me that we were both having new phones (usually this means that I have her phone, while SHE gets a new phone).