Reviews and Problems with Samsung B2710 / Makalu / Xcover 271
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Samsung Solid Immerse Review: In Depth
5 December 2013
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. Battery-life is good, and it’s always great to see microSD on a feature phone, meaning there’s plenty of space for music, pictures and more.
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.
We get a nice interface, modern features and an attractive price of €120. This protected handset has no rivals. You can think of Sonim, but it has a much higher price without an improvement in quality.
Conclusion: All in all, the Samsung Solid Immerse is more suited to adventurers and people who tend to participate in activities such as rock climbing and walking. If you’re looking for a phone you that can withstand knocks and falls without being damaged then the Samsung Solid Immerse would be a good choice. However, there are other strong and rugged mobile phones out there for adventurers for a similar price.
Excerpt: The new model comes equipped with a torch, IP67-certified to withstand dust and water and can certainly take a knock or two thanks to the thick case. But does a decent phone-shaped brain live beneath the muscle?
Excerpt: Samsung has been been very busy lately, mainly launching its slick Galaxy S II smartphone - which was met with lots of praise. But, as well as top-tier smartphones, the brand also offers a comprehensive range of mobiles for all wallets, including budget handsets. It offers something a little bit different with the Samsung Solid Immerse GT-B2710, as this is a rugged mobile that's been designed to stay in one piece no matter how much mud, water and punishment you sling at...
Pros: Rugged chassis, waterproof, good voice calling
Cons: Clunky web browsing and social networking, bulky, small screen, lame camera
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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 bl.a. betyder at telefonen tåler støv og vand.