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Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700 Android Phone
jhunie, REVIEW STREAM
6 days ago
Excerpt: After getting bored with my previous analogue cellphone, I ventured on buying a tacky symbian based phone for the love of short messaging. Punching out buttons on a qwerty keypad didn’t necessarily feel any different but I loved the practical efficiency of my nokia e71. Then the Iphone idealized people’s notions of what the future’s phones will look like, operating in a touch and it seemed all phones followed suit.
Excerpt: I have secretly coveted an iPhone since 2007, but somehow I am still waiting for the one that suits my needs. I have shamelessly begged a friend to let me use one of his iPhone’s, and when he did, I found two things disappointing about it – (a) I hate being limited to the Apple Store for my apps and (b) have to do a lot just to watch a simple video in it. I have to admit I am one of those people addicted to apps. I like my phone to do always anything that my laptop can.
Excerpt: This is my first android phone ever and I have to say it's not bad, regardless its "age". I bought it used for only €70. At first I had problems using it because it's impossible to turn off data transfer so if WiFi isn't available, it'll automatically connect to 3g/other carrier-provided network. Other than that, it works perfectly. Another negative experience is programming for android.
Pros: Small, responsive
Cons: Can't turn off data transfer, Old version of android
best lowcost droid phone yet, even though its been 1 1/2 year since release
display name, Phone Arena
19 April 2011
Excerpt: This is an old phone (2009 model), and still its specs and functions are impressive for a low cost droid phone. 800 mhz cpu, mid range resolution, android 2,1, 1500 mAh battery, divx compatability,and physical back, home, menu, left, right, up, down, ok buttons, of which most android devices seem to lack (strange). There is no new devices better than this one for a similar cost.
Excerpt: I actually thought of buying Samsung Galaxy S the GT-I9000, or Apple’s iPhone 4 however, I realized that I will be needing a phone that is not so costly, but wil surely fit my needs and lifestyle; so i tried to look for other phones without compromising the features I’ll surely need. After months of checking out phone stores, websites of different phone manufacturers and receiving feedback from my customers (I’m working as a Customer Service Representative in one of UK’s...