Conclusion: The Samsung Gravity 3 is a phone for those that enjoy messaging and being social. The keyboard is very nice to type on, the keys are large and they’re spaced well. It’s a messaging centric phone but it’s not one for kids, at it’s heart lies decent business email capabilities. The network is T-Mobile and for the most part it works well, though I did have some issues with web browsing, the browser itself might be what’s to blame as I’ve never had any issues before like...
Pros: Nice design, Nice keyboard, Phone itself feel well made, Good battery life, Fast and responsive
Cons: Issues with web browsing, Some might think the phone is too big and heavy, No Wi-Fi
Excerpt: The Samsung Gravity 3 is- wait for it- the third Gravity phone to be released by T-Mobile in just the last year and a half, although this time around it’s got some relatives. The Gravity 3 isn’t a big departure from the Gravity 2, offering little more than a design refresh. Key features of this 3G messaging device remain the side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, 2 megapixel camera and microSD expansion.
Pros: Good size, Quick UI performance
Cons: Questionable call quality, Keyboard could be better, Camera is not on par with other comparable Samsung units, Poor web experience