Reviews and Problems with Samsung Exhibit 4G / SGH-T759 / Hawk
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23 May 2012
Excerpt: Essentially a basic android smartphone that's great for Moms and Dad's alike. As long as whomever uses it isn't app-crazy, and only does light web browsing, texting, and some social networking, they should be pretty happy with it.
Summary: The Samsung phone was a nice surprise. I bought this phone because I needed a replacement phone. The only complaint I have is that the screen size is kind of small. It is a comparable product and does everything its supposed to.
Great phone, though I wouldn't pay full price for from the store.
6 November 2011
Summary: Overall, this is a great android phone. This is my first android phone and it is quite easy to use. I come from a life of flip phones so I definitely appreciate being able to use applications. I also really enjoy the camera (really great quality and I love the flash!) The battery life could definitely use some improvement. Also another con is when I'm opening up and closing some apps the phone freezes and I have to shut it off and turn it back on.
Summary: the samsung exhibit is a good phone. super 4g fast, bright color screen, easy to use and good quality made. i was so surprised i could do so much on this small phone. the battery on this phone lasts a long time. if i don't play games or go on the internet the battery can last over one day. this phone is worth the price and costs less than other smartphones. jus't don't get addicted to playing doodle jump, scrabble, or bejeweled 2 ! lol !
Summary: Unit is great seems it should be faster than it is but i still like it. I bought this for my dad and it is the first smartphone he owns. Not bad for a somewhat cheap phone. Oh and it has a LED.
"Great feature set, great price, as well as quality."
7 July 2011
Pros: AMO-LED display 480 x 800 very crisp and clear, 1Ghz Processor (Very snappy performance), Pocketable, Front-facing camera, Flash on the rear camera, 4G HSPA+ 21 Megabits per-second support (Theoretical).
Cons: The ambient light sensor isn't too great, meaning if you're outdoors in direct sunlight, your screen is very difficult to see (almost impossible). Screen is a little on the smaller size. Battery life is so so but it really depends on your usage and turnin