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Samsung Intrepid SPH-i350
Cell Phone Reviews by Cellphonedia
9 October 2010
Excerpt: The Samsung Intrepid SPH-i350 made its foray into the market as Sprint's first Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone. Intrepid is Samsung's follow up to the Samsung Ace. However, it is an upgraded version of its predeccesor having being blessed with a touchscreen, a larger QWERTY keypad, a great camera and Windows Mobile 6.5. The phone does well as a messaging device and can surely serve as an alternative to the Tour if one desires a touchscreen phone.
Pros: Large and bright touchscreen, Good battery life, Decent camera, TellMe works well
Cons: Keyboard is below average, Performance is average, Hard to grip
Conclusion: The Samsung Intrepid makes a decent business smartphone for anyone needing mobile access to Microsoft Outlook, Exchange, and Office. For anything more, there are far better choices on Sprint.
Pros: Crisp keyboard. Good battery life. Wi-Fi. Powerful speakerphone. True world phone.
Cons: Stock Windows Mobile 6.5 is fiddly and buggy. Poor Web browser. Clumsy music and video players. Must pull the battery to swap microSD cards. Ill-fitting battery cover.
Excerpt: The Samsung Intrepid SPH-i350 is a good value smartphone with great messaging and e-mail features at a price of just $150 with a two-year contract from Sprint. Here is the full review so you can find out more about this smartphone.
Excerpt: The Samsung Intrepid is a Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional smartphone with a QVGA touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard. It sports a BlackBerry-like form factor that's well suited to serious email and messaging on the go. The 2.5", 320 x 240 pixel touch screen is a bit small for the refreshed Windows Mobile 6.5 UI, but it's decently usable. The Intrepid is a practical business phone more than a sexy touch screen marvel. The Intrepid is a Sprint CDMA phone with EV-DO Rev.
Pros: Very good QWERTY keyboard, excellent MS Exchange support.
Summary: While not the flashiest smartphone on the block, the Samsung Intrepid offers Sprint customers an affordable and solid messaging world phone.
Pros: The Samsung Intrepid ships with Windows Mobile 6.5 and includes Microsoft's Tellme voice-activated service. The world phone features a touch screen, an easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard, and upgraded camera. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 3G are all onboard.
Cons: Keyboard feels a bit cheap. The smartphone has a lower resolution screen than competitors.
Conclusion: Most of the Samsung Intrepid’s flaws can be laid at the feet of the disappointing OS. On the hardware side, the Intrepid is actually a well-designed if utterly boring handset. But what’s the point? A similarly-priced BlackBerry, Palm Pré or HTC Hero will prove far superior (and Microsoft Exchange supported) touchscreen choices compared to any candy bar phone running Windows Mobile, regardless of version. As such, the Intrepid makes a surprisingly tough sell.
Pros: Wide QWERTY keyboard; long talk time; speedy Web browsing; above average 3.2MP camera; clear, loud conversations
Cons: Runs Windows Mobile 6.5; requires stylus for many operations; poor touchscreen experience; odd on-screen dialpad layout; unnecessary pop-up-screen QWERTY option
Samsung Galaxy Ace II – Excelente som e câmara fotográfica
1 June 2013
Summary: O Samsung Galaxy Ace II é um equipamento com boas características no geral. Tem um processador dual core, excelente câmara fotográfica e um design moderno e muito ergonómico. Pode encontrá-lo à venda por 229 euros.