Reviews and Problems with Samsung T589 / Gravity SMART
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Sound quality 7
Battery performance 1
Build quality 9
Samsung Galaxy Q
Burnetii, Phone Arena
10 November 2013
Excerpt: Only get this if it's your last option. Many more phones operate better than this can. The lag is unbearable and the internal storage will constantly be having you delete things so your phone can function. Battery has gotten to a point where after charging it to full battery and then using it for a few minutes will AT LEAST drain half of it. If you go on any app that uses a bit of power, my phone will shut off in LESS THAN a minute. It's ridiculous.
Pros: Keyboard is very useful, Durable
Cons: Battery Life, Amount of Internal Storage, Very Slow
Summary: It works, but it could easily be better. Issues: The contrast between the primary characters and alt characters on the keyboard is not good, unless the sun is out the alt characters on the keyboard can barely be seen. Utterly useless in the dark. The processor is rather slow and interactions often get bogged down. The phone storage is very limited.
Summary: I had this phone for less than a week and couldn't keep it. After only a few installed apps, I got a memory error. I checked and discovered that the phone only had 100MB of memory and you could not move the pre-installed apps to a SD card, I returned the phone. What good is it when you can't put anything on it? Avoid unless you only want your phone to make calls and send texts.
Summary: We have this phone from Fido in Canada. The screen became unresponsive after a year and a half. Other than that, it is a good phone except that version 2.2 of Android does lack the occasional feature.
Summary: I originally got this phone with a new line in September of 2011. I'm now on my 5th replacement through the warranty exchange program and, while it's nice to have that protection, I shouldn't have to replace the phone that much. First phone: Sept 21, 2011- October 22,2011 (brand new)- Screen no longer turned on when the keyboard was slid out. Second phone: October 22, 2011- November 15, 2011- Same deal.
Summary: I got this as an upgrade when I resigned for another contract. I found it more complicated to use for daily functions such as texting and pulling up contact info. The phone it replaced was a samsung slider phone, which though not a smart phone, was far superior to use and much better made. The screen was overly sensative at times, and yet was very difficult to accept an incoming call when trying to unlock.
Excerpt: This phone sucks. Don't buy it. As simple as that. Low on internal memory (512mb) so you can't install a lot of apps... Actually you can only install about 10 of your choice and you can't update any of pre-installed apps. It lags a little bit. Forget about web browsing. I wanna throw the phone at wall when the battery dies. You can't even get a full day out of it. It drains sooooo quick. I can't find any apps that might be using the battery too much.