Excerpt: this phone has some good features, but I would like more, after all its $375... Pros- * really nice screen, good quality * good camera and camcorder * ringtones sounds nice Cons- * if you talk for more than like 5 minutes the phone gets really hot. * The service light on the front... its rainbow color... Samsung what were you thinking * The biggest problem... Battery life sucks really bad...
Excerpt: Pros: * Samsung menu system of which I'm a fan. * Build quality * Sound * Vertical Size - I don't like teeny tiny phones * Looks great, almost elegant * Big and heavy - Can be used as a club * Desktop charger with spare battery slot Cons: * Thick - folded it's a behemoth * Battery life is not as good as other Sammies I've had * Typical big, ugly Sprint antenna * Streaming TV sucks..
Excerpt: I got this phone as a refurbished phone, i previously had the sanyo 5500. This phone seemed big and awkward. In my area it cuts out alot, and drops calls a lot. The camera and video work good. It doesn't have speaker phone, or push to talk which is a disappointment. I also don't like how it doesn't have a web button that automatically connects you to the Internet. The media player is kinda cool but i never use it. And the sound (ringers) are pretty loud.
Excerpt: I bought the phone in Dec 12, 2004 it works well for many phone features, but multimedia and web do have problems for this phone. It is the second Samsung in three weeks and calls to tech support and visits to the store for diagnostics checks have all produced failed results. The first phone failed dramaticly and the second failed half the tests and it does not seem any better. Video clips start playing and they pause to reload many times or it creates errors.
Excerpt: Since I did a lot of research before buying this phone, I knew what to expect and this phone exceeds my expectations. I primarily wanted a big screen w/ high resolution (256K vs. most picture phones having 65K) and the 1.3 megapixel camera). Basic phone functions are great. I especially like the keypad feel and lights. I like the swivel lens that allows more versatility when taking pictures. If you're going to use your phone to go online, this is a great choice.
Excerpt: Other then the fact that my cell phone doesn't have speakerphone and you cannot use the camera with the phone closed it is great. There is nothig missing on this phone. Not to say that I'm not going to upgrade it sooner or later. RL isnt that important right not but when sprint and nextel get there stuff straight together then I will be getting a phone that will work with both. Great Phone. Little Pricy But Great Phone....
Excerpt: While this phone has lots of hi-tech operations, and works well, it lacks the most basic support of a phone - no software to link to a pc. Cannot even download your phone book to save it, so that when your phone blows out (like mine did) and you have to get a replacement, you get to start all over re-entering 180 phone numbers the old-fashioned one key at a time method.
Excerpt: I recently upgraded my phone and been searching for the right one. I started with the A680, then switched to VM 4050 for the clear screen and speakerphone, but then missed the A680 immediately. I decided I would want a something that will have the latest features since I do not switch phones every two years. Anyway, to make the long story short, I decided to get either the Sanyo MM7400 or the A700. The A700 is a good phone.