Reviews and Problems with Samsung B2710 / Makalu / Xcover 271
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Samsung Solid Immerse Review: In Depth
28 September 2011
Conclusion: A suitably sturdy feature phone, the Samsung Solid Immerse does some things older ‘toughphones’ weren’t capable of. The social network access is a nice touch, but without a better 3G connection that supports higher download speeds, it’s too frustrating to use.
Summary: The connection quality is on par with other Samsung models. There are no problems here and everything is traditional for this segment. The volume is decent and you can hear the phone in all sorts of environment. The vibro is average.
Conclusion: Again, the operating system worked well, but with hardly any advanced features everything seemed very basic. As a smartphone user since the first Apple iPhone, this operating system proved to be very unappealing and boring.
Conclusion: Overall, the Samsung Solid Immerse isn't a bad phone at all, as long as you're after something basic for phone calls and texts and not much else besides. The actual voice calling function is great and a lot better than on many much more highly priced handsets.
Pros: Rugged chassis, waterproof, good voice calling
Cons: Clunky web browsing and social networking, bulky, small screen, lame camera
Excerpt: Holdbar håndværker mobiltelefon med indbygget kamera på 2.0 megapixel, stereo FM-radio med RDS, bluetooth og indbygget GPS med A-GPS support og adgang til Google Maps. Samsung B2710 Xcover 271 er efterfølgeren til den populære Samsung B2700 Xplorer og håndværkermobilen er IP67 certificeret, hvilket...