Reviews and Problems with Samsung T589 / Gravity SMART
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Samsung Gravity SMART Review
22 July 2011
Summary: The Samsung Gravity SMART extends on the Gravity line of phone, gets smart by packing Android 2.2 (Froyo) under the hood. Great for T-Mobile customers who want a great messaging phone at an affordable price; below $100 bucks after $50 mail in rebate and two year contract.
Pros: Responsive keyboard
Cons: Cheap & boring design, Pricey for a mid-range device, Shoots ugly looking videos, Sluggish performance
Conclusion: After spending significant time with the Samsung Gravity SMART, we came fairly impressed with it. Obviously, it wasn’t the spec sheet or the mind-blowing performance of the device which got to us. It was the fact that it got the job done on most occasions without breaking any sweat. As a successor of a family of feature phones, the Gravity SMART is clearly aimed at the people who are about to make the jump to smartphones.
Cons: QVGA-only video recording, No shutter key, No secondary video-call camera, No ambient light sensor, No dedicated video player app, Android 2.2 Froyo, instead of latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Samsung Gravity Smart Reviewed - Failing to Put the Smart in Smartphone
6 July 2011
Excerpt: The Gravity Smart is another entry level smartphone preloaded with Android 2.2. It also comes with a full physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out from under the display. But is that enough to justify calling the phone smart?