Excerpt: Sometimes you want a phone that’s just a phone, and sometimes, you want a phone that looks like it’s just a phone, but with some downright bizarre hidden features. There’s no touchscreen, a limited amount of storage, and some shoddy button placement, but this phone will fake call you so you can...
Summary: We were underwhelmed by the Lucido, which felt dated despite some cutting-edge features, including HSDPA and GPS. There's nothing really wrong with this phone, but there's nothing inspiring either, except for the lovely AMOLED screen.
Pros: Clear, vivid screen; GPS; fast Web browsing thanks to HSDPA; keyboard shortcuts on menu items; decent camera; memory card slot.
Cons: Ugly, confusing icons; poor video quality; insanely prolific beeping; no map app pre-installed.
Excerpt: Samsung has put out two midrange phones on the market this year, both aiming at customers looking for a stylish appearance at an affordable price. These are the Ultra B and the Ultra S , and we are about to review the first one.
Conclusion: Das sehr kontraststarke 2,2-Zoll kleine AMOLED ist eine Augenweide, ob es nun 262.00 oder doch 16.7 Millionen Farben darstellen kann, ist dabei zweitrangig. Die 5-Megapixel-Kamera macht in ihrer Klasse gute Fotos und braucht sich nicht hinter einem Nokia N95 zu verstecken.