Reviews and Problems with Samsung R630 / R631 / Messager Touch
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Sound quality 7
Battery performance 5
Build quality 4
Breaks quickly, good internet reception
twitoot, Phone Arena
12 April 2014
Excerpt: I no longer own this. I went through 2 phones, said fukit, got the Huawei Mercury. It went from OK to POOR quality everything. The keyboard was useful, the screen switched orientation for every program, but broke way way too quickly.
Summary: This phone was great for the first year of using it. After the year was up it started to get all glitchy and the screen started to not light up. Like it would go black or all white. The touch screen would still work and it is still working fine besides the screen messing up. I do admit to dropping it a few times and I do not really like how the battery always seems to pop out whenever you drop it.
Summary: This phone has fun features but it is very hard to see during the day. Its a user friendly phone and is easy to figure out without reading the book. The lock screen can be a bit of a pain when you are on an automated system. The one main thing I don't like is not having individual text tones.(my Moto had individual ring and text tones and thats what I miss the most.) One, can set up individual ring tones but the text is one sound for everyone.
Pros: Inexpensive, Durable, Realistic color, fun lil phone
Cons: Did not meet expectations, no individual text tone
Pros: -Music player was a definite plus. -Touch screen response is good. -Calls were audible. -Keyboard was easy to text with. -Easy to use -I dropped it MANY times in various places including cement steps & still had no problems, VERY durable! -SD ca
Cons: -Not fond of apps such as the facebook & twitter. -Unable to use Youtube on this phone -Internal memory without SD card is horrible.
Pros: Compact, quick touch scroll, decent battery life (when charged properly), solid slider, good for a basic, non-smart phone
Cons: For my 1st touch screen, I expected better responsiveness. Worst part about this phone is the alarm. I used the alarm daily before it would randomly not go off. I found when you receive a text, it blocks the alarm (and for other unknown reasons). Also,
Pros: Touch Screen, Slide-out Keyboard, 2MP Camera. Those three features are what make it decent. Quick touch response time, fast UI overall. Not as fingerprint-prone as some touchscreens.
Cons: The biggest con, no app support. Sure, it may say it does and has a few apps available(most are way overpriced), but you cannot even install Java apps(you can even install those on a Moto RAZR). Way too reflective of a surface, cant use in sunlight.