Summary: A look at the Jack, Samsung's latest expedition into the business professional market for Windows Mobile smartphones. See how the Samsung Jack stands up against its competition such as the Blackberry Curve.
Conclusion: Samsung's shrewdly updated BlackJack (now simply the "Jack") builds on its predecessors' positive attributes. It's a compelling Windows Mobile smartphone, even if said OS needs a major renovation.
Pros: Excellent value. Near-perfect form factor. Comfortable keyboard. Includes 3G and Wi-Fi radios. Good voice quality and reception. Solid battery life.
Cons: Clunky OS. Poor Web browser. Proprietary headphone jack requires a dongle. You need to pull the battery to switch microSD cards.
Summary: Samsung has updated its popular line of with a new model, named Jack. The Samsung Jack retains many of the features found on earlier BlackJack smartphones, such as excellent e-mail handling and good call quality, and adds a few new features, too.
Conclusion: Surprise – Ozzy is right. As smartphones go, the Jack is a handy, fully-equipped and inexpensive Windows 6.1 option for technically-inexperienced and fiscally responsible buyers. This being the case, it makes a good fit for beginners who prefer to spend equal amounts of time working and playing.
Pros: Easy-to-navigate; Full array of email, text and IM options; excellent music and video playback options; WiFi; 3.2 MP camera
Cons: Dull style; not enough call volume; microSD card slot in battery compartment; variety of minor technical issues
Conclusion: El i637 es un teléfono apropiado para quienes disfrutan de los servicios de mensajería vía Internet. La cámara de3.2 megapixeles y el reproductor multimedia te permiten tomar y reproducir videos.
Pros: Cuenta con Bluetooth y Wi-Fi. Dispone de una cámara de 3.2 megapixeles. Es compatible con distintos mensajeros de Internet.
Cons: Este teléfono carece de puerto USB. La calidad de reproducción de video podría ser mejor.