Summary: I was looking for a smartphone that could enable the use of communication and reading files in pdf, and surely the jack gives it on its Microsoft office. Above all the light weight is impressive, though on the contrary, it has no flash, so taking photos in poorly lit environment is very discouraging. if you need a light smartphone, go for it.
The Samsung Jack is a high-tech, easy to use phone!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am very picky when it comes to the electronics, particularly phones, that I use. When it was time for me to upgrade my phone, I had no idea what to get. The AT&T associates were very nice and picked out the perfect phone for me! The Samsung Jack is not too heavy, but has so many applications! It is the third version of the Samsung Blackjack and, in my opinion, is the best one yet.
Love the phone for business, but limited for apps.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Jack by Samsung is a great phone for work / Outlook / Calendar, but is limited when it comes to social media. I just had lunch with a colleague that raved about his Sprint Pre phone and the apps he had. If I had to do it again I would have tried to find a phone with the business functionality, but a better browser and apps capabilities.
Excerpt: Samsung Jack is the 3rd in the samsung Blackjack series of windows mobile smartphones. It has a faster processor, integrated wi-fi,3G, GPS, good call and sound quality, and a 3.2 MP camera.The Samsung Jack is a quad band phone, so it can be used with GSM networks world-wide. The phone comes with the latest Windows Mobile 6.1 (standard) OS, and offers decent battery life.It supports both POP3 and IMAP4 email protocols and data based services like SMS, MM, Yahoo/AOL/MSN...
Excerpt: First of all I have to say I had my original Black Jack by Samsung for 5 years and it was still working! So when I upgraded to another phone I was pretty must set on another Samsung and Jack was their newest model at the time. I have had my Samsung Jack for about one year and already had to get a replacement. I spent a long time trying to get Att to do something about the first Jack I received.
Excerpt: I bought this after my insurance went up for my Samsung Impression off of eBay. I had to purchase a data package for it since it's a smart phone, but had a choice between $15 or $25 plan. I choose the $15 one and it fits me fine since I check the internet a few times a day on my phone (if that). The phone is similar to a Blackberry minus the roller ball or track pad.