Excerpt: The Jack was/is the first smartphone for me to own; however, I've been a Palm user for years. I really LOVE the thing when it is working correctly; however, it freezes up and does random quirky things too often.
Excerpt: Before i got this phone i had the blackjack2. it was my first phone . but the jack is thebest i evered had. it is very good.and it does not matter if there is no flash. (it would be nice to have one though).
Excerpt: I love my first smartphone!! It does everything that you need in a phone plus more. I like how I can go on the internet anytime really fast because it's 3G unlike the blackberry 8900. My boyfriend has the blackberry 8900 and I have to say, the jack is much more useful!
Excerpt: I recently purchased the "Jack", I have had the original "Blackjack" since they were first introduced and thought it was a good time for an upgrade. I must say I am pleased with the new edition. Pros:the internet is much quicker with the HSDPA 3.6. and having extra RAM is also a plus.
Excerpt: this is an ok phone. it is an improvement over the blackjack lines. the build quality is not all that bad where it gets me is the locking at&t has done to it. can't use internet sharing, can't pair an external gps, can't do much "tweaking" to it using the registry.
Excerpt: Once I determined my need for a smartphone, the search was on. I've been with AT&T since the LAST time they were AT&T, so I figured I would stick with them and their offerings; once I decided I wanted wi-fi capability, that narrowed the choices even more. So...
Excerpt: The Samsung Jack is the replacement for the Samsung Blackjack. I have owned the Blackjack and the Blackjack 2. They are Windows Mobile phones all have 3G speeds and the new Jack also has wifi built in. The camera and video on the Jack is better than the Blackjack 2.
Excerpt: Finally the perfect Smartphone. I have tried them all, but this one is near perfect. Pros Great Key board, very easy to type on. Nice Camera WiFi Not a Touch Screen Lots of buttons Pretty Responsive Good Call Clarity Excellent size much like Nokia E71x Light - fits in your pocket Great professional...
Excerpt: I am coming from a Moto Q. I like Windows Mobile 6.1 specially for the way it handles syncing with Exchange and my Mac (using Missing Sync) I have tried an iPhone, didn't like several things about it. I tried a Nokia E71x, and didn't like several things about it.