Reviews and Problems with Samsung S7350 / Omnia PRO 4 / Ultra s
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Samsung Ultra S S7350 Review
15 May 2009
Conclusion: Now, it´s about time we passed a final verdict on the appealing Samsung Ultra S. It is functional indeed, software doesn´t crash or lags, phone performs admirably on the multimedia front and delivers great in-call quality. Now, we´re not being difficult, but there is a little something we don´t like.
Pros: Nice screen, Really loud sound during calls, DivX and Xvid support
Cons: Uncomfortable keypad, Lack of navigational software, Slider mechanism gives out rubbing noise while being opened or closed
A "truly feminine handset packed with contemporary chic features". Or a basic Samsung mobile phone with a coat of pink paint.
Good Gear Guide.au
1 June 2010
Summary: Take the Samsung UltraTouch, strip the touch screen and AMOLED display, splash it with a coat of pink paint and give some basic functions "feminine" names and you have the Samsung Ultra S. It isn’t a bad phone, but there is nothing exciting about it.
Pros: Nice design, good build quality, simple UI, 5-megapixel camera, GPS, HSDPA-capable, Fake Call is amusing
Cons: It's pink, keypad is flat and spongy, no Wi-Fi, no 3.5mm headphone jack, Mirror Mode is virtually useless
Conclusion: Being a business specific phone does not mean that the users will not enjoy some entertainment features on their device. Therefore, the mobile phone includes music player and video playback features so that the users can enjoy the spare time with better enjoyment. The music player of Samsung B7350 Omnia PRO 4 is capable of playing diverse music files such as MP3, WMA, WAV, and eAAC+.