Summary: If you want a touch screen phone without a data plan, do NOT get this phone. You can get way better touchscreen phones without the data plan, and as attractive. Texting is OK, but the keyboard is very small and not very responsive. I love the MP3 player and the little apps, but you can get them on almost any phone now.
Pros: attractive, bright, good battery life, many features like the MP3 player, phone book, inexpensive
Cons: NOT responsive and hard to use, cheap feeling, bad calling quality, hard to text, freezes often, too small, plastic
Summary: This is an improvement over the Eternity I in that you can now customize the widget bar to suit your needs. I had a few problems to start with but then I went to the Samsung web site and downloaded the user manual. Once I read it everything became a lot clearer. I like the sliding main pages because it allows me to use 3 different wallpapers and I can put apps on each one so they're not all jammed into one page.
"Music/camera is above average; phone calls only fair."
11 June 2011
Pros: Samsung quality work. Nice camera. Music player is above average. Easy to use. Comes with MIC/audio phone jack using micro USB. It helps to hear the caller's voice clearer. The power charger cable doubles as a data transfer cable from your PC.
Cons: The telephone call voice are fair. There are specific settings for sound conditions. Sometimes the callers cannot hear me clearly either. Samsung technical support limits me to ask for user help and want me to contact AT&T if I have issues.