purchase of Samsung sgh-137 that you requested a rating
Beverly Partlow, Amazon
29 December 2013
Summary: I was actually looking for a Samsung sgh-237, blue, and when this popped I didn't realize it was a totally different phone - no camera, no display on the outside of the phone, displaying who was calling, so I am disappointed with my purchase.
Summary: This phone is a replacement for my original phone which is now somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean. The phone has all the basic operations that I need (I'm 73 years old). The only problem that I have found with this phone is that there are several places that we have traveled to, where there is no network. Since I only use the phone occasionally this is not a problem for me but if you needed a phone in an emergency, in one of these areas, you would be out of luck.
Excerpt: This is a good bang for the buck phone if you are a bit tight on money or don't require all the bells and whistles on a cellular phone. It has everything that you would need, including bluetooth connectivity, camera, instant messaging, calling of course, and email. The screen is decently large, not too large but you can certainly see everything important with ease. It fits comfortably in my hand and I have no issues or complaints with its size.
Excerpt: I LOVE iphones, always have, and I plan to get one, but I have had the Samsung A137 for a while, and it has been more than sufficient. It was a Christmas gift in my stocking last year, after I broke my previous phone; I thought it was a boring gift, because I don't get very excited about electronics, but it turned out to be quite an unexpected blessing. I think we get too dependent on our phones being toys, or wanting them to have every capability in the world.
Excerpt: I have used this cell phone for about 2 years. It has been very reliable and I have been pleased with this purchase. This phone does not have a qwerty keyboard, you need to use the number pad for texting. I do not text much and when I do it is a bit difficult, so if you are someone who does a lot of texting throughout the day you should consider a cell phone with a full keyboard.
Excerpt: When I went to get a cellphone, I decided I just wanted the barebones. No texting, photos or internet. In other words, the "cheapest" phone out there. My only requirement was a thin profile. As I researched, I found the Knack and it seemed just right. Nice size display and no frills. One thing concerned me about the reviews, however, and that was people were complaining about the "volume".
Simple yet advanced, feeling trendy without taking away too much
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Honestly there really is no need to over due this, the phone is easy to handle simple idea with great functions for those who want to start out slow and progress into avid cell phone users. I myself started out as just a call and anwser kind of person and I slowly started to enjoy using my phone for more than just well a phone. I put music on my phone to listen to when I was at work (when I could) and it played loudly as well, maybe too loud.
Excerpt: I liked this phone quite alot. It took a little time getting use to it. I bought it at a walmart. I enjoy that it is a flip phone. The battery does not last more than two days. I would recommend buying this phone from another location besides walmart. They make you have to either buy the phone in electronics, or buy the phone at a designated register at the front of the store. I would have to have games on the phone but it did not have any installed on it.