Reviews and Problems with Samsung T479 / Gravity 3
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Gravity has TERRIBLE battery life.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The gravity has the worst battery life I've ever experienced on a cell phone. I have to charge my phone twice a day and I barely use it! Other than the battery life it's very cute and very easy to use. Although the internet isn't very fast. I wouldn't buy this phone again but I would recommend this to friends who wouldn't mind the battery life.
Excerpt: This cell phone is very easy to hold and use (texting). Holds an excellent battery life. Settings arn't that great; Not many color options to pick from only Black and White. But it takes good pictures. Not to bad of a signal. I would suggest getting one if you enjoy texting.
The Samsung SGH T459 Cell Phone is a great phone for a pre-teen
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Samsung SGH T459 Cell Phone is a great phone for a pre-teen or teen. It has a 3.1 megapixel camera it's not the best quality but an ok quality for a phone it also has a self protrait mirror. It also has a keyboard really easy to text on the only probelm that you may have with it is that the keyboard is it makes that click niose and it can be annoying when its quiet.
Excerpt: I got this phone for free from T-Mobile, so I can't complain too much, but honestly this phone is just average. Nothing special. I thought for sure, being a big texter, that I would use the handy-dandy slide keyboard... but I think I've used it less than five times. It's not as convenient as simply using the number pad, which was surprising to me.
Excerpt: As the title suggests it is a workable cell phone but not the most amazing. It simply does the job it is suppsed to and i guess that is all to be asked of for the free phone as part of a 2 year plan. the color is okay and it has handle the abuse of some hard drops very well which makes me grateful. My battery life has some things to be desired as i seem to have to charge it every two whether or not i use it or not.
Excerpt: The Samsung SGH T459 Gravity Cell Phone has been a great phone for me. I've had it for a little over one year now & it has held up well to the abuses that cell phones typically take. I love the slide out qwerty keyboard for texting...I don't know how people can stand to use the "smart" key technology to text. The only drawback for the phone that I've noticed is the short lived battery capacity. With my old Motoroal Razr phone, I could go 3 or 4 days without having to...
Excerpt: I got this phone a while back. After a couple months, I have to say it is a pretty decent phone. There isn't alot of customizing options. You can change the wallpaper and ringtones but thats really it. You can't change the purpose of the messaging key but that is alrite. It is a pretty decent size. The qwerty keyboard is really great and I like the feel of it. I text alot and the keyboard feels great.
Excerpt: When I first go my Samsung Gravity, I was pretty excited because, well, it had a keyboard! Texting is easier when you have every letter laid out for you. The things I don't like mostly is the battery life, I have to change the settings for the display to be less bright and to dim every 5 seconds.
Excerpt: We bought four Samsung Gravity phones for $150 each with a $50 rebate, not too bad a price for a phone that I could text with. The only problem we had was a signal, it was real bad and we dropped a lot of call, but we had no problem texting. We bought antenna boosters to help with the signal, but to no avail. We live back away from everything and called the phone provider and they would not help us with the bad signal. To say the least, we dropped the provider.
Excerpt: I just got this phone over a week ago. It's actully my first cell phone and it's from/on T-moblie's network. It has a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard which makes it great for texting once you get used to the somewhat tiny keys. You'll have to use the tips of your finger's to use them well. The call quality is great, it's as good sounding as my 5.8GHz landline handsets from Vtech.