Excerpt: Samsung E630. I have had this phone for 3 years before I changed it for a newer version. But I have never had any problems with this phone.Screen:The screen is small in comparison with more modern phones but at the time I bought it was pretty good. The resolution was very good. It even supported animated wallpapers. Camera:Picture quality was quite bad. The pictures were very small and full of big pixels. It had a flash thought. But it did not help the quality.
The Samsung Highnote-red is an excellent phone if you like music
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This phone is especially for a person who loves music-like myself. Also it's a good way to communicate with the email and i.m. So if you're looking for a good quality phone that plays music at the same time as you i.m., text, or email your family or friends, I would suggest to you the Samsung Highnote-red. Also, they have another color which is blue if you don't like red. In addition, it includes a massive storage for pictures.
Excerpt: The Samsung Highlight is a great introduction to the touch screen. The camera quality is not the best but the phone makes up for it in other areas. The phone automatically locks so you dont have to worry about unknowingly making calls while in your pocket or purse. One of the best features on the phone is the side bar on the home screen, for easier access to applications. The battery life is incredible!. I have NEVER had a dropped a call on this phone.
Excerpt: i've had this phone for 2years now which means its time for me to up- grade. this phone has litterly ben through hell and back... from dropping it on concrete to dropping it in water this phone is still in pretty good condition... the battery life use to be great but now since it has water damage and the fact it's old it kinda sucks...
Excerpt: I've had this phone for almost a year now and it's been great. my friends and i love walking around with the music blasting. i some reviews about having to pay to get music u already had on it? i have 475 songs on my memory card and they all play great and i didnt have to pay to get a sinlge one of them on. you jsut have to know how to transfer music from your computer to the folder on your phone.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for a couple of months now and it has survived being dropped on concrete, on gravel and getting submerged in water for about 20 seconds. Whoever the person that said you have to pay for the music is, that is untrue. you CAN pay to BUY music on the phone, but this phone comes with a micro card and reader. you plug it right into a USB drive, open the folder and can copy and pasty videos, music, pictures, ect on and off the phone.
Excerpt: My first phone. Great phone i thought. But then reality hit me in the face. THREE TIMES. I was at my buddy's place, and all of the sudden, service blacked out. Had to get a new one. I was at my buddy's place, and this kid, he was kinda weak, cracked the screen. That's right a weak kid cracked it with his pinky finger! And again last night, when my mom tossed my pants to me. My Samsung Highnote M630 was in my pants pocket. It hit the floor, and the screen cracked.
Sprint's user interface sucks for the music capabilities.
9 May 2009
Excerpt: I've had this device for a few months and i mostly use it for just multimedia purposes...... sprint's media player sucks when you use the full 16gb of memory that it says it can handle... this is bull. It takes forever to load all the music i stored into it. And the sprint 1-click gets severely annoying after a while. The camera was mediocre and the video capabilities suck because sometimes its a bit blocky....
Excerpt: I've had this phone for a week, it was an upgrade from a Sanyo Katana. I picked this phone because it had alot of features in a simple design, I'm not too keen on the qwerty. This phone is way better than my Katana in every way exept texting. The butons are a little small for me and I liked the Sanyos "add word" option in the T-9. Sanyo has the shortcut to add words in the autosuggest.